- 7th December 2012
- Posted by: clivebarrett
- Category: The Leader Board
SETTING your business up online for the first time does not have to involve getting caught up in a web of uncertainty. Starting up a new website can hold many fears for many business owners – although that could now be a thing of the past.
Paying someone to do it has its drawbacks, such as changes you want to make taking a long time while they can also be costly. Help is at hand though thanks to a worldwide phenomenon through wix.com, which provides DIY platforms that enable users with no computer coding or design skills to set up their own site.
A choice of website templates are available or owners can design their own. The service is free, provided the wix brand stays in the domain name, although this can be removed for a minimal monthly outlay. Those who subscribe can then add an ‘eCommerce cart’ which allows visiting traffic to buy good s or services from the site, seen as an essential operating function these days if you want to beat off the competition.
There are already approaching 30 million users worldwide, including more than one million in the UK – so if you need a new site, help is a mere click of the mouse away. Get browsing now!