Advice required on creating a website

  geek84 06:08 AM 22 May 12
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A friend of mine and myself are thinking to creating a website to advertise our tuition services. We teach Maths and English up to GCSE level.

We have never created a website before and were hoping that someone would be kind enough to offer advice as to the content and colour scheme that we could have on our website. We would also need advice on how to register the website name, how to generate the maximum possible visitors to our site, together with aim of making our website appear towards the top of a ‘Google search’.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

  onthelimit1 13:28 PM 22 May 12

You could start with a free website design tool such as this one from Serif. Once designed, I believe it has to be hosted which costs x pounds per month (there are dozens around, but I haven't used one so can't comment).

  wiz-king 18:48 PM 22 May 12

Dont do it!

You would be better off starting with local free ads unless you intend to do this full time.

I had a couple of years teaching English for a South African university's Media Studies course via e-mail and it was hell. 2 bright and willing to learn students and 30 not to bright and a few who thought they new it all and would just submit plagiarised material copied from the BBC or CNN websites.

  Forum Editor 23:11 PM 23 May 12

Transferred to Webdesign from Absolute Beginners.

  michaeldj 13:20 PM 02 Jul 12

hey first of all that should be userfriendly... it donen't mean to think on search engine and all that but it should be liked by the visitor or user.

every main & important navigation on the top of the manu & that will helpful a lot... shoudl use great & catuchy color which reflacts on website as well attrects...

this might be useful to you...

Thank's

  Graham* 00:20 AM 08 Jul 12

Start off with Blogger click here If you wish to register a Domain name click here

You can point the Domain name to your Blogger site at first, or to another site later.

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