Should I Use WordPress or a Website Builder?
Websites are a must-have asset for any small business. They’re like a full-time employee for marketing, sales, and support who works 24/7/365 without taking any vacation time or sick days. But while that sounds great, there’s one little challenge that gets in the way: How do you actually build the website? The Journey is what everyday entrepreneurs, like you, need to follow in the pursuit of online success. In this video, Emma and Nealey break down just what you need to bring your business online. There are quite a few options to choose from, all with very different approaches. You could do it yourself with a website builder like GoDaddy’s own Website Builder. Or you could build a site with WordPress. Or you could hire someone else to build a site for you, like with our Website Design Service, or you could hire a local web professional in your area.
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TRAILER - The Journey, A GoDaddy Series
Created for everyday entrepreneurs and local heroes, The Journey walks you through the tips and tricks you need to help manage and grow your business.
A Beginners Guide to Branding Your Business
Defining your brand’s personality, conceptualizing your visuals (such as a logo), claiming social media handles and custom email addresses should be on your checklist. Branding can have a direct impact on success, both in the short- and long term.
How to Use Twitter for Your Online Business
Twitter can be a great marketing tool for businesses of every size because this social media platform is an easy and convenient way to stay on top of industry trends, connect with customers and prospects, and promote your brand.
I Registered My Domain, Now What?
If you have registered a domain name, you probably have some idea of what you want to achieve, but you might not know where to start.
How to Name a Business for Online Success
Ready to come up with a business name for your new venture, but not sure where to start? When it comes to business naming, you want something that will last, which is why the naming process is so critical.
How to Tell Your Story on Your Website in 3 Easy Steps
It has never been easier to start an online business to sell your products or services. With an ever-expanding audience of people who are coming to expect unique products, learning how to tell your story on your business website is vital