MFS-24: A 10 Minute Quick Start Example

: Screen Capture and Audio Session

Duration: 10 Minute Screen Capture Session

I know that while I have over 100 domains registered and around 70 active sites not everyone is comfortable with the idea of getting their first web site up and running.
That’s the reason that I created my multimedia e-book "Build My First Web Site"!

From the feedback that I’ve received, the biggest reason most marketers don’t create a new site when they come up with a new business idea is fear or ignorance.

  • Fear that the whole process is just too technical for them.
  • Ignorance of the time that it actually takes to register a new domain and then create a web site.

Today I’m going to crush those two limiting beliefs!  Watch this short 10 minute screen capture video and learn how to:

  1. Register a brand new domain name.
  2. Configure FTP Accounts, Email Accounts, and Web Site for the new domain.
Get Setup In Under 10 Minutes

I don’t ever want to hear the "It’s too hard" or "It takes too long" excuse again.  If you have a business idea that meets your criteria for success, register the domain and build a site from a template.  When you upgrade your Web Marketing for Small Business membership, web hosting is free – you have access to the same control panel that I use in the video.

Even better upgrade your membership and watch the entire "Build My First Web Site" course.  It contains 29 videos that show you exactly how to buy a website template, upload it to the web server and then add the text and  "BUY NOW" buttons that you need to start selling online.  If you don’t want to become a member you can always download the PDF version.

There’s no reason that you can’t get started today.  My wife just finishing her fifth site by following the "Build My First Web Site" instructions – You can to!

By James

… the founder of as well as the author of the Blogging Secrets. James also runs a WordPress Marketing Integration Service that Provides Unlimited WordPress Marketing Support

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