Some people want a more robust website and a person to create and manage it for them. The new form on our website should help these business owners find an option that can work for them.
Austin, TX (Vocus) October 5, 2010
For individuals and business owners looking to hire a professional to build a robust, custom website, ChooseWhat.com has posted a new online form that helps connect people to professional developers. On ChooseWhat.com’s How to Build a Website guide, users can quickly and easily fill out a form that matches them up with a professional website development service and lets them receive quotes from local web designers for custom web development work.
The form asks questions regarding the type of website design services desired by the user, the timeframe for starting the design work, the user’s location and additional requirements the user might have. After filling out the form, users will receive pertinent pricing information and details about the professional services that meet their specific needs.
The How to Build a Website guide on ChooseWhat.com helps people build a website using a top business website builder. Building a website can be a daunting process for those who have limited or no experience doing so. Site builders give people a great place to start building your website quickly and easily. The How to Build a Website guide teaches users how to utilize a site builder to create a professional and effective website for their businesses.
ChooseWhat’s How to Build a Website takes a user through the process of building a website with top site builders from 1&1 and Shopify. 1&1 helps can help users create an information website (or brochure site) for your business, while Shopify offers an ecommerce website builder for the people who want to sell their products and services through their website.
Site builders are relatively inexpensive (less than $10 per month) and produce professional websites in a short amount of time. These services also offer online hosting for pictures, videos and email, RSS functions, built-in analytics, product inventory management and secure checkout options. However, they aren’t the right option for everyone.
According to How to Build a Website developer Nick Middleton, “Some people want a more robust website and a person to create and manage it for them. The new form on our website should help these business owners find an option that can work for them.”