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    I don't know how big your business is but honestly I'm guessing you weren't planning on spending money for someone to build it for you. I would suggest either creating a wordpress.com blog or a wordpress.org one. The wordpress.com will be more expensive if you want to expand your abilities but wordpress.org requires quite a bit of researching to install various plugins and such. Hope this helps


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    Templates are great for making websites will little knowledge on how to create one yourself. In fact, simplicity is often appreciated by customers and clients. It also depends how interactive you need the site to be. If a template meets your needs, then I would definitely try that route first.


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    You can try creating your own website first. If it does not work then hire somebody to design it.


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    The 5-minute DIY offer some convenient tools, but if you are starting a business or wish to sell products, then you really should consider finding a web development company to build it for you or at least a tech person to advise you on what options to choose.

    Good luck!


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    You can get nice templates at sites like TemplateKid.com , but if you are going to have tons of products, it's worth it to hire a developer


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    Web builders are basically a magic toolbox for non-web designers. What was once out of peopleís reach can now be grasped with just little effort. But there are things that web builders canít do that web designers can. The question now is, should you hire a web designer to make your website for you or just use a web builder and build it yourself?

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    I would suggest that you create a WordPress site using a reputable host. This is due to the large marketplace of plugins for wordpress and the ease of finding developers that could help you if you did need something minor. You will save a lot if you do as much as you can on your own before getting a developer. I've been building web sites since the late 90s and I've never seen a better platform.

    I have detailed information on how to do this on my site here: https://2dnerds.wordpress.com/2018/1...-without-code/


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    Planning for a Website? You can do it on your own by the help of Wordpress or WIX. They are easy to use and have a template that you can choose from. But if you have a budget for web design then you can hire Web Developer, you can have freelancer individuals for you for a specified time and date.


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    if you are planning this way, my suggestion would be hire a web designer.


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