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Free Website Design

What are you really getting?

There seems to be a bonanza of free website offers out there at the moment. But, what are you really getting? Nobody believes that they can get a high quality website absolutely free. And, if you did, we all know there would be a catch. So what should you look for when you're offered free or very low cost web design?

1. Quality of design
Of course firstly you need to think about what type and the quality of design that you are going to get.

Will it just be a template with a few of your details jotted in? Or are you getting a complete design tailored to your needs?

2. SEO
Are the words right? Will it attract the attention of the search engines for he right keywords? Have they researched your industry and connected you to Google and the other search engines with keywords that will actually work?

3. What's the real cost?
It may be free upfront, but what are you going to pay over the long term? In life, you get what you pay for. I suggest looking for something that will be effective and professional and that cannot come at a really low price.

For business owners or individuals looking to get their web presence to where it ought to be, their are a myriad of choices. I suggest you look at the companies portfolio, prices and make a decision that is middle of the road. Of course I suggest us http://www.haydnsweb.com as we fit all those qualities, but please look around. And, don't be fooled by what might seem like a great deal upfront, but will cost you money and clients down the road. If it looks too good to be true, it probably is.

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I am a 33 year old Internet marketing professional with a specialty in assisting small businesses. I have over 10 years experience in Internet marketing and have worked in offline advertising and marketing as a writer and later an account manager working on some of the largest companies in the world.