Calling myself a writer was a hurdle I overcame several years ago, when I realized “What have I been doing for ? many years but writing?” I have had several articles published in periodicals, and columns published in the newspaper. I have also worked as a secretary where I’ve drafted business letters, collection letters; my work is posted on several websites and blog sites, and just this year my first book was published.
Since early November, I started getting paid for writing blogs. At last I am what I say I am, a published freelance writer.
So what does all that mean? Everyone who has a service or a product to offer to the public needs a website. That includes me. Recently I discovered http://www.easywebsitebuilders.net/
For a place to start building a website, this is one of the best. With domain names to consider, then webhosting, it can be a daunting task for those of us who do little more than blog or Facebook. This site is actually a service for folks like you and I who need answers to our questions pronto. The guess work is taken away so you can easily see who is out there with software to help you get started, as well as what they offer in the way of hosting or purchasing domain names.
There are young people who are graduating from college with degrees in web design, and after it is all said and done, it sounds too expensive and complicated for my pea brain, so finding this site was a blessing to me. Having all the information at eye level gave me the ability to make a choice based on my budget and the ease of the user friendly software in building a wbsite.
Having a website is not enough, if no one knows where to find you.
I hope this helps.
The answer to your writing needs,