Posted by Kerrie Campbell, Mar 16 2012 1:00PM
Please do not use forums to advertise courses.
Web site advice needed
can anyone give me advice about setting up a website? Any ideas of who to use for best results?
Any advice very gratefully recieved
Mar 16 2012 2:16PM
I can recommend 1 and 1. I have used them before (not for complementary therapies website - but I don't think that should make a difference); they offer whole packages depending on what you need, including domain registration, an easy to use website builder, webmail, e-shop if needed and lots of other options. They also have a 24-hour telephone support line that I have heard very positive comments about recently (I never used it myself). I don't think they are the cheapest, not overly expensive either, but definitely good value for money. And a reputable company. Good luck!
Mar 16 2012 2:29PM
|Thanks so much Ewa,
will have a look at them.
Mar 18 2012 12:31PM
I'm using Health Hosts (they also run an alternative health forum called Healthy Pages) who are fairly cheap (about £30 - £50 plus VAT to set up) and costs about £10 a month to run. You have endless pages that you have complete control over and depending on the package a built in autoresponder newsletter. They have video tutorials and a fairly rapid help response.
Good luck with it all!
Mar 18 2012 6:31PM
that's really useful, will definately have a look.
Have you any idea about where their pages come in a google search? Not really sure what i'm talking about but people tell me that it's possible to have an effect on how high up your website comes in google search results.
Does you have any idea about this?
Thanks so much ! What would I do without you all?
Mar 19 2012 9:00PM
Not so sure about how good they are for that - to really optomise a site you have to do a lot of work yourself or get an expert in - sorry, marketing is such a huge amount of work these days!