August 19, 2022

Build a Simple and Effective Website in a Day | SBEP Marketing Class

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Have you ever wanted to learn how to create your own website in a day? This is a great class for you! We discuss the easiest way to get your business online by using "build-in-browser" website tools. We also go over purchasing your domain name and setting up a hosting account as well as several affordable website builders, including Squarespace, Weebly, Wix, Shopify, and Google Sites. All of these solutions will allow you to design and publish your website in a day!

00:00 – Welcome
01:09 – The Business Roadmap
02:35 – Class overview
03:18 – Why you need a website for your small business
10:48 – History of the web
15:08 – Steps to getting online
17:48 – Domain names
39:12 – Hosting accounts
49:26 – Web builders
49:44 – Squarespace
53:46 – Weebly
58:57 – Wix
1:01:52 – Shopify
1:04:43 – Google sites
1:06:42 – Action plan for launch
1:16:10 – Thank you

This video is from the Small Business Education Program. Visit our webpage for resources, upcoming classes, and more:

UNR Extension Presenter: Mike Bindrup

The Small Business Education Program is part of the University of Nevada Extension’s Community and Economic Development Team. The Small Business Education Program aims to instruct small business owners and entrepreneurs about fundamental business concepts while providing access and direction to informational resources. The program team is bilingual in English and Spanish and strives to deliver as much content as possible in both languages.

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