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How to set up a business website

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Step 7. You’ll need a good image for your business to draw the eyes of potential customers. MyBusiness Site offers a range of images, but we chose our own. Click on the section header and select ‘Own photo’, then browse to and add your image. You can change the image size and positioning in the Edit Image section.

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Step 8. You can change the website’s layout to suit your needs. ?Click the Layout button at the top right of the page to see a list of predefined templates you can use. You can tweak every placeholder box as you see fit, or you can simply use the template boxes provided. Find one you like and click Save.

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Step 9. Remember to preview your website regularly to see how things are shaping up. Click the Preview button to see how your current layout works online. Any changes that you’ve made ?can be rolled back if they didn’t turn out as you’d hoped. However, once you click ‘Apply changes’, there’s no going back.

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Step 10. A host of extras, including Flash movies, local weather reports, RSS feeds, a visitor counter and a guest book, can be added to a box by selecting it and choosing ‘Add new element’. It’s also possible to password-protect any page on your website that you ?want to restrict access to.

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