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Do you want a website? Well, it isn't that hard when you know what to look for and what to do. A website starts with getting a domain name. There are many choices to choose from here. I use Google Apps, which allows you to create a number of email addresses if you want many people to be a part of a site, and those people can make their own websites under the domain you choose. Other choices are GoDaddy, Enom, and many others that you can do a search on. Now that you've got your domain name, it's time to make the site. There are many ways to do this as well. You can make it yourself using software and some knowledge of HTML, or you can go the "easy" way and go with a platform that makes it for you. If you are looking for something where you don't need to host anything, you can go with WordPress.com, Blogger, Google Sites, and Tumblr. If you want to make your website anyway you want, and you don't mind paying extra for hosting fees, you can use WordPress.org, Drupal, MediaWiki, and other CMS platforms. Once you get a website maker or once you make it yourself, you need to put it online. Just follow the instructions made from your domain provider, and it should all work! Some domain providers come with ways to set up WordPress with a few clicks to make it easier for you! Congratulations, you now have a website!


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