Better yet... what if you could do it in only one day, without having to learn how to code or piece all of the technology together?
After you set up your hosting account, I will install WordPress and set up the basic website so you don't have to worry about those technical details. Plus my team will "flip the switch" to point your domain name at your website when you are ready to go live.
We will spend 6 hours going through every step required to customize your website. You will learn how to add and manage all of your content, including your homepage, contact page, two "inner" pages, and blog posts. Plus you will have lifetime access to the recording from your live build day.
You will get one free month of access to the GYBO membership, where you will find courses and support on topics like website maintenance, SEO, social media, and more. If you choose to continue your membership after the first month, you will pay the regular monthly fee.
Yes! I’m going to do some of the technical work for you before you get started, but you will actually build your website in six hours. There is some prep work required before build day.
Yes! This is not a replay. I will join you live online to walk you through building your website.
You will need your domain name, branding (logo, colors, fonts, etc…), content, and web hosting. I’ll provide detailed instructions for each of these in the classroom you’ll be able to access after you register. After you get access, you will also need to select a template for your website at least 48 hours before class begins.
I will be doing some of the work for you, so you don’t get bogged down by technical details, and I need some time to do that.
Sure! You can check out the Small Business Website Packages that Pongos Interactive offers. Pongos is my web dev company, and we have been making websites for small business clients since 2008.
I’m Chrissy Rey. As a web developer with over 25 years of experience, I have helped thousands of entrepreneurs get their businesses online. In addition to building websites, I have spent most of my career teaching other people how to make their own.
When it comes to getting your business online, you usually have two choices: