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April 26th, 2009 No Comments

Websites for Dummies — SnapPages

Creating a website used to be a long, expensive, tedious process that you could only undertake with the help of an expert….until now!  If you don’t have website, you need one.  And no, FaceBook doesn’t count.  Sandy Sharma offers insight into one of the easiest ways to build a useful site that represents you. 

Download This:  SnapPages — By Sandy Sharma

What I personally like about SnapPages is, I can build my site on the go so long as I have access to the internet. I dont have to install any programs on my computer, worry about the latest version or learning multiple applications to develop my site. Simply logon to SnapPages, and everything is done under one roof. The user interface is super friendly and I can have my site up wiithout ever having to write one line of code.

Let me break it down for you:

DIY DESIGN: Creating and maintaining a website used to be a complex task, but using SnapPages online tools lets you create a professional site by simply drag and drop. The web page edit tools lets you perform complex tasks with a simple click of a button, and the built-in photo tools lets you add photos, and easily adjust, crop or zoom pictures. A built in calendar allows you to keep all your friends informed with the latest events. 
MAKE IT YOUR OWN: Don’t worry about cookie cutter type sites, each page is customizable by adding themes, changing colors and adding customizable logos to your page layouts for a unique looking site. Each theme is professionally designed, so you can create a favorable first impression. 
BANG FOR YOUR BUCK:  The personal account is completely free and includes a blog, and forum for your friends. But for less than $5/month with a free thirty day trial, you can add your own domain name, track and monitor traffic, as well as implement custom branding. Both accounts offer embedded video, billboards, online media storage, and free help either with the intuitive FAQ, or online support, should you have any questions setting up. 

THE EXPERTS AGREE: Tech Crunch says “[SnapPages is] a basic webpage designer Apple should envy.”