Why build your own website?
Whether you’re running a business, starting a blog, or just need a portfolio site to showcase your work online, it’s time to stop putting it off - you need your own website. But hiring a professional developer can cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars, and doing it yourself sounds technical and complicated - especially if you’ve never done it before. Where do you even begin?
I have good news for you! Building a personal, customized website is easier than you might think. Thanks to user-friendly services like Bluehost, and free resources like Wordpress, you can have your website up and running in as little as 5 minutes. I’ve broken the whole process down into manageable steps to help you understand the basics of getting your site online.
Once you’ve mastered these basics, you can easily expand upon your knowledge using free plugins and premium themes to continuously improve your site day after day, and week after week, for years to come.
When you enroll in my 5 Minute Website course, I’ll show you how to:
My name is Griffin Stewart. I’ve been designing websites and running businesses online since 2007. I’m also a designer, photographer, and world traveler. I’ve helped well-known photographers and businesspeople such as Trey Ratcliff, Amanda Diaz, and Joel Grimes start their websites and establish themselves online - and I’ve worked with countless others across 5 continents to help them make their ideas a reality. I currently run 5DayDeal.com, a site responsible for millions of dollars in yearly online sales, and I built it all myself from the ground up using Wordpress - and now I want to do the same for you.
Getting your website up and running is only the first step in the process. In the premium version of the course, I’ll walk you through how to use Page Builder with a premium Wordpress theme from Elegant Themes to design and publish your first custom sales page. With the information contained in this lesson, you’ll learn everything you need to get your very first page published and on the web. Pretty neat, huh?