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Gemma Rowlands

Gemma Rowlands

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I would also vote for WordPress - that's where I host my website and I can't fault it. Mine is free and I've never had a problem with it. My layout is easy to understand and all clients have managed to find me easily through it. You might want to pay for a domain but I have never bothered to do this - yet.
 
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eeyorebob

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Think it depends on how simple you want to be. Wordpress is the way to go for really simple to use, if you want something a bit more advanced then Joomla is the one to use.
 
Gemma Rowlands

Gemma Rowlands

New Member
Think it depends on how simple you want to be. Wordpress is the way to go for really simple to use, if you want something a bit more advanced then Joomla is the one to use.
Often, though, I do think simplicity is key. I have often given up trying to get in touch with potential business contacts because their websites are just so frustrating.
 

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