I do believe that if you have the resources, it’s always best to hire professionals to do what they do best.
But I also know that many small businesses can’t always afford the designer price tag that it may take to build that high-end lead-generating website.
In that case, it probably makes more sense for you to DIY your website.
But as with all things, there is a right way and a wrong way to do it.
Through the years I’ve seen a lot of ways DIY sites fail.
In this episode, we’re uncovering the top reasons DIY websites fail, and how you can avoid these mistakes.
In the 14 years that we’ve been building websites, I’ve seen it all when it comes to DIY websites.
Today’s tools are making it easier and easier for people to create a website for themselves… and that’s great!
However, they all fall short of some very important aspects when it comes to building a profitable, lead-generating, website.
In fact, it’s really hard for these tools to totally address these items because, well, they are just tools.
It’s like if you had wood, a hammer and nails… those are the tools you’d need to build a house, but even if you had the blueprint, there’s still a lot more needed then the tools can provide alone.
Now, maybe that analogy is a bit extreme, but I think you get the idea.
- When you should consider DIYing your own website.
- The top 4 reasons DIY sites fail.
- How to avoid making these mistakes.