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Old 10th February 2012, 08:43 PM   #3
bluerain
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The thing to understand, and this applies to any aspect of your business, is:

If you can learn to do it WELL and save money, do it.

If you can't do it well, then you're going to hurt your business by doing so.


Websites and other advertising is at the top of the list of things this applies to. Your website is what potential customers/clients judge you by. When a possible client finds your site and takes a look, what they see there determines whether they will take the next step and contact you, or leave unimpressed and head to a competitor that looks professional.

If your site looks horrible, you're hurting your business - badly - and that can be the difference between success and failure. If your site looks like it was made in 1996, trust me, don't even put it up. Time and styles move fast on the internet.

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