Build a New Website Guide

Step 5 – Launch Your Website

Now that your website is ready, launch your website! Tell people about your website, starting with your family and friends. However, how your website does with strangers is a true gauge of how your website is doing overall. Here are some ideas to promote your new website: Setup, at a minimum, a FaceBook profile for…

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Step 4.5 – Design Tips for Beaver Builder

Before launch, we have some effective design tips that we’ve used across over the years. We use a plugin called Beaver Builder to build nearly all of our websites. It makes websites easier to design and faster to bring a website to fruition.  You can visit them here. Here are some tips for Beaver Builder: Keep…

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Step 4 – Customize Your Website

In this section about Customizing your Website, we have videos to show you how to use your new WordPress website. We encourage you to explore and make changes yourself, but we’ll guide you through the basics. The first page you should come across when you log in is the Dashboard. We’ll go over the Dashboard…

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Step 3 – Install Your Website

Installing your website on AISO is easy: After you sign up and receive your welcome email, following your welcome email intructions, log into your controlmywebsite.com account: You can access your web-hosting service from the menu under ‘Services’ -> ‘My Services’: Before you can install your website, you need to make sure you either pointed your…

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Step 2 – Get a Sustainable Host

Finding a Sustainable web-host could be difficult. There are technically only a handful of web-hosts that are directly powered by sustainable energy on their property as opposed to having purchased Renewable Energy Certificates/Credits from Certificate Marketers. It may be hard to find the real sustainable gems from the pseudo ones. We took the hard work…

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Step 1 – Understanding Hosting

So, you decided to try to make a website from scratch. Excellent! It’s not overly obvious how to do it, but it is the lowest cost way to do it, and you get more of an understanding of how to maintain your website along with understanding a little about how it works. It may take…

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