How to Make a Website FAST and EASY [10 Steps to a 10K Site]

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In this article, I’m going to show you how to build a site that looks like this, that I charge clients up to $10,000 to make for them. If you follow the steps you’ll have your own site built in an afternoon, even if you’ve never done this before. 

My Experience building high quality business websites

Hi, I’m Evan. I handle all the backend media work here at WyseBox. We get a ton of emails asking about how we start and grow businesses, that’s why we decided to launch this website.

Showing you the tactics and strategies that no one’s talking about to learn new skills and make money online.

The world is turning upside down but right now my web design agency has never been busier. So I want to show you the exact same process I use to build 8-10K websites, so you can trust you’ll be getting the same results.

This website process will work for you whether you’re starting something new or redesigning a site you already have, no one is getting left out. We’re only going to be recommending Free or the cheapest tools that work, there won’t be any affiliate links here, just what works for my business, passed along to you.

How this website build process will work

Follow along as we go through the 10 steps, each one will have a prompt for you to do, and by the end, you’ll have your finished site ready to go. I’m going to be building a site for one of my financial advisor clients so you can see the plan in action. 

  • We start by setting up your website the right way, choosing a domain, hosting, content management tool
  • Then we import in a premade site that does most of the heavy lifting for you
  • After that we create a website blueprint that outlines everything we need to include on your site for it to be successful..
  • Then we choose colors & images, build the pages of the site, and make it work on mobile devices.
  • Finally, we launch the site to the world
  • I’ll then talk about some tips I’ve learnt after building 100+ sites that you can use to give your site that professional design polish. 

When you finish the steps, make sure to comment on the video with a link to your site. I’m going to be personally reviewing every single one posted in the comments over there and providing feedback and tips to improve, to make sure we’re all set up to succeed in this new word.

Alright, let’s jump right into it.

Step 1: Getting a Domain Name For Your Website

What is a domain name and why do you need it

Our first step is to get a domain name for your website. This is the address of your site, that normally ends in .com, that you type into the top of your browser to arrive at a website. Think of your domain name as the address of your home, it’s easy to remember and you can pass it along to the pizza delivery guy, so they can find you easily. 

How to think of a domain name and pick it

First, we want to think of some ideas for the domain name you want to use. This can be your business name, your idea, non-profit, your own name, it all depends on what your site is for! Think of some domain name variations and write them down. 

The financial advisor-client I’m building the site for is ClearTrail Financial so I’ll write down a few variations of their name as well. 

***Redesigning Your Old Site? Then you already have a domain name for your website, and you need to get the login details to continue. You can use https://whois.net/ to find out where you bought it.

Much like real addresses, domain names are unique so there are no duplicates. We need to check if the domain name you want is open to claim. To check availability, head to https://instantdomainsearch.com/ *not an affiliate link* to be sent to a page that will automatically check if a name is taken. 

What to do if your domain isn’t available

Try typing in the domain names and see which ones are available. I’m typing in Cleartrail.com and it’s taken. Most likely your top choice is taken and that’s ok. There are over 300 million domain names, so if yours is claimed we have some easy workarounds. 

First, try some of the different extension types available, there’s more than .com, you can use .co, .tech .web, as well as ones for the specific country you’re in, such as .ca or .uk.

***Pro-Tip: You don’t have to use .com anymore, there’s a ton of other extensions to use. Search through all the extensions, and you might find great domain other people won’t take

Second, try adding an extra word to your domain to make it more unique, this increases the chance it’s available. Instant Domain Search offers some alternatives for each so it’s easy to find. 

Since cleartrail.com is taken, I’m going to add Cleartrailfinancial.com to my search and look at that, it’s available! So we were able to find a great domain name. Try some variations on your domain names and find one that’s available, once you find one, write it down because we’re going to claim it in the next step. 

***To-Do: Find the domain name you want, and confirm it’s available

Step 2: Website Hosting

What is website hosting and why do you need it

When you type in a domain name into your browser and hit enter, it sends you to the website it’s assigned to. It pulls up a bunch of text, images, videos, graphics, and displays them on the page. These files are stored on a super-fast hosting server that is connected to your domain. Think of hosting like the plot of land your address is assigned to, we need to get hosting to have the base to build your website on. 

we Recommend BlueHost, here’s why we recommend them

Hosting is offered by a ton of different companies, but we want to keep things simple and just recommend Bluehost to signup. This is the only step that requires a purchase, and they are by far the most cost-effective platform, and make things extremely easy to get started, plus the domain is free when you set up with them.

***Pro-Tip: We have 0 affiliations with Bluehost and make no money off of them. They’re simply what I use to save money in my business, and I want you to do the same!

More important than ALL of that though, is that they have the best 24/7 technical support of any of the hosting providers online. They offer support via phone, live chat, or email, which means you basically have a full time IT person to help you deal with any site issues. 

***Pro-Tip: When I first started my company, I relied on their support team to handle any site issues I have, I’ll include a link to their tech support in the description.

How to Signup For Bluehost

Head to Bluehost.com and click “Get Started”, they will present you with a few different options, but really we only want to choose between the first two. Select Basic if you intend to only make one website, or Plus if you want to make a bunch of different websites. You can always come back and upgrade this later.

Next, add the domain name we found together and hit next. We want to set up your account, either by filling in the information or using a Google account. We want to select a package, they let you signup for 1-3 years, my recommendation is either 1 or 3 depending on how long you intend to have the site. (Make sure  to try and mouse off the page here so they offer you even better discounts.)

I’m going to choose 1 year to keep costs low.  They are going to offer you some package extras, I un-click all of these. The only one worth considering is domain privacy protection. If you don’t have it you might get a few spam emails, but that’s pretty much it. In the spirit of saving money for you guys, I’m not going to get it up but that’s up to you. Last part, add your payment details and hit submit. Once successful head to your email and verify your account. 

***Redesigning Your Site?: You already have hosting and need to get access to it before continuing,  use the link below to see where your hosting is and make sure you get access to it. Head to https://www.whoishostingthis.com/ to find out where your site is hosted.

Once you’ve verified your email and logged in you get to start the Bluehost onboarding process. First, add the name of your website, and a brief tagline of what your site is about. I’ll add my client’s details.

You can skip the other steps as we will be handling this ourselves, when you’re finished you’ll arrive at your Bluehost dashboard, which is your command center for managing your domain and hosting. You now own your address and plot of land, congratulations!

To see your new site, open up another tab and type in your address, you’ll see that it has an “under construction” page to keep it blocked until you’re ready to launch, sometimes the setup can be a little slow, so make sure it give it an hour or two to make sure it connects properly. Remember, Bluehost support is available 24/7 to handle anything in this process, lean on them heavily, trust me. 

***To-Do: Signup for hosting and domain name, and get to the Bluehost dashboard

Step 3: Choosing a Content Management System

What is a Content Management System, and why do you need it

Hosting acts as the storage server for all the different text, images, and videos for our site, but now we need to figure out how to move around those pieces of the puzzle to build your site. That’s what we use a Content Management System (CMS), to manage the content of the site. We got your plot of land and address setup, now it’s time to actually build a house on it! 

Why WordPress is the Logical Choice for this process

There’s different choices available, but we’re going to use WordPress to manage the content of our site. It’s the most popular website builder online because it’s simply so much better than the competition. 

Being 100% free, it has a ton of add-ons that give it infinitely more functionality than any other platform spamming you with advertisements. Check out this chart,  you can see the number of sites being built on WordPress vs. the other most popular builders on the market. It’s used by Star Wars, Playstation, Disney, and a ton of other massive companies. 

It’s the only platform I rely on to build $10,000+ websites for clients, and I pay nothing for it, and want you to keep your wallet full as well. Conclusion? It’s what we’re going to use for this site build. 

***Pro-Tip: Anyone who recommends Squarespace is getting paid to say it, check their link! If you want a site you can actually control, use WordPress. 

How to Get Access to WordPress, and Dashboard Walkthrough

Let’s go into WordPress so we can start building your site. Head back to the Bluehost dashboard and hit the button in the top right that says WordPress, this will take you directly to your website dashboard. 

***Redesigning Your Site? You need your hosting provider to set up WordPress, reach out to their support and they will walk you through it.

Now, this might seem like a lot, but it’s easy to learn. Running down the left side is a variety of options to change different parts of your website, I’ll highlight the important ones. Posts are where you can add or edit blog posts, media is where you store pictures and videos, Pages are where you can add a homepage, about us page, or contact page, Appearance is all about editing the visuals of your site like colour and font, plugins are software you can install into your site for added functionality, Users lets you add and remove who can edit your site. 

First off, we want to change your WordPress login details, this is a separate login you use just to get into WordPress. Head to users, click on your main user, scroll down to the password section, and add a new password. Now, with your password changed, you can easily get back into WordPress, simply by going to yourwebsite.com/wp-admin, this will take you directly to the dashboard, rather than going through BlueHost.

With that change made, let’s take a second to see how your site looks. Mouse over the top where it says your business name and select visit site. It will show you how your site looks behind the “under construction” page, only you can see what’s here until it’s ready to be unveiled to the world. It’s fairly simple, but remember by the end it’s going to look like this. 

To get back from here to the WordPress dashboard, click the Dashboard button on the top menu, this menu is only available to you and lets you edit your site while being on it. Or remember you can go to yourwebsite.com/wp-admin

***To-Do: Get access to WordPress and get set up correctly

Step 4: Import a Pre-Built Starter Site

What is a pre-built site and why do you need it?

Looking at that brand new site, it might be overwhelming to think you have to build the whole thing from scratch. Why re-invent the wheel when professional designers have already made beautiful sites we can use as a jumping-off point? We can use a free plugin that allows us to import in ready-made sites, which we can then customize to make 100% unique.

How to Download Astra Starter Sites Plugin and Import a Template

To install the template plugin, we need to go back to the WordPress dashboard (yourwebsite.com/wp-admin) and mouse over the “Plugins” option on the left menu. Click on Add New, and once there search Starter Templates and click Install Now, then Activate. Once installed, click “See Library” to view their library of designs to choose from.

***Pro-Tip: I use these pre-made sites to speed up my client website builds, no one site looks the same since we are going to change them to make them 100% unique!

First, we need to choose Elementor from the list of builders available. Elementor is the drag and drop tool we’re going to use to actually move around the different things on our website. Once selected, we are able to see the library of templates we can import in one click. We want to click the filter and sort by “Free” only so we know which ones we can use right away. Scroll through the list of options, you can click into any of them to see a preview.

Try scrolling through yourself and finding one that matches your goals, if you’re selling products choose an eCommerce, or If you want to create an eCommerce store, click the one with products on it. I’m going to choose a basic one for the ClearTrail Financial Website since it will be easy to edit into exactly what I need.  

***Redesigning Your Site? This import won’t overwrite your old site, just add new pages on top of it, nothing gets erased!

Don’t worry too much about the actual content of the site. We just want a nice looking base to get started. So once you’ve found your choice of template, simply click Import site and the plugin will start making all the necessary changes to make your site look exactly like this. Once finished, you’ll see a little celebration, and you’re able to click the link that sends you directly to the site.

Click through to view the site and check it out! Looks great. I’m not going to leave you with a template and abandon you like Wix, Squarespace, or other tutorials, let’s talk about turning this template into your own unique site.

***To-Do: Download the Starter Sites Plugin and Import in a Pre-made Site

Step 5: Creating a Website Blueprint

What is a Website Blueprint and Why Do You Need It

Before we can get to building your site, we first want to create a plan of attack. By making a blueprint first, we can organize what we actually want to have on our site. You wouldn’t build a house without a plan, so why do people try to do the same for websites? Creating this layout will make building your site 1000x easier. 

***Pro-Tip: The most common reason people don’t build themselves a new site is because they don’t plan and jump right into building. They get overwhelmed then hire me to do it 😉

The Pages Every Website Needs

To create our blueprint we need to figure out what pages we want to have on our site and the content that will go on each one. Let’s start by talking about the essential pages every site should have.

First is the homepage, which acts as the central hub of your website, and is the page most people will see. It needs a large hero image that quickly explains the purpose of the site with a large image, and further down needs to provide more details about what you do, why they should care, and what actions they can take. By the time someone reaches the bottom of the homepage, they should have a complete understanding of everything you’re about.

Next, you want to have an About Us page that offers some details as to who you are and how you can assist them. For most sites I build, this includes a picture of the team, or the office space, and some details explaining their background and experience, and how that directly helps clients reach their results. 

Finally, you should have a contact page that lets people reach out to talk to you. Not only should there be a form, but it also includes some details about what will happen after they reach out. Are they booking a meeting with you? Asking for a job? Signing up? Your Contact page needs to make sure they’re informed and confident in filling out your form.

***Want these blueprints done-for-you? Our Free course offers our full website blueprint all done for you so you can get right to building! Check the description. 

Depending on what type of site you’re making you’ll most likely need other pages to fill your needs. Why re-invent the wheel? Instead, try researching some of your competition and seeing what type of layouts that have of their site. What pages do they have that you want to include? Like the 3 above, make sure to note the purpose of the page and what should go on it, so you stay focused and know exactly what to include. For the site I’m building for my client, I looked around and noticed that many other financial advisor sites have a “testimonials page” where they list clients they’ve helped, and I’m going to add the same.

Adding The Pages To Your Site, Updating the Menu

When you have your list of pages you want to create, we can jump back into WordPress and add them. Head to your WordPress dashboard (your website /wp-admin) and click on pages on the left menu, this is where you can add or remove the pages on your site. To add a new page, simply click add page at the top and you can change the title and publish, we will be learning how to actually add all the content to the pages in a few steps. The template you imported already comes with a bunch of pre-made pages, so you’ll want to double-check if any of your pages have already been made, and remove any that you won’t be using on your site.

Next, we want to change the menu of our site so that all the proper navigation is at the top. To do this, head back to the WordPress dashboard, mouse over Appearance and click on Menu, from here you’re able to add your pages to the top navigation on your website. Click on View All, select the pages you want to include and hit “add to menu”, from there you’re able to drag and drop the pages in whatever order you’d like. Once finalized, click on “Save Menu” and check out the site to see the new layout.

***Redesigning Your Site? You can use parts of your old site for this, keep sections that are still relevant and leave the rest! 

With that your website layout is ready, we are almost ready to start building! We first need to plan out our graphic design so everything looks professional. 

***To-Do: Create your Website Blueprint, and plan out everything before building!

Step 6: Design Plan

What are Design Rules and Why Do You Need Them:

Now before we start building, we want to make some key design decisions about your site. Choosing the right fonts, colours, and images beforehand will help your website look extremely cohesive. This is the one key factor that will make your site either look amateur or professionally made. The best part is you don’t have to be Picasso to pick out the perfect arrangement, we can use best practices to make the choices for us!

Choosing Colors & Fonts For Your Site, Then Updating Them on WordPress

First, you want to decide on the colors you’ll use on your site. Colours carry with them certain meanings and emotions that people will automatically make when looking at your brand. Using a brand colour wheel we can see the shades of colours and the emotion they try to communicate. Find one that connects with your vision and find the hex code of the shade you like by typing it into Google, this is the code you’ll put on your site to get the exact shade of your main colour!

You can also add this hex code to Canva’s colour wheel to see some complementary colours, always pick the main colour and work outward from there. For this financial advisor, I want to use dark purple as it communicates creativity and wisdom, which helps show that they will use their wisdom to invest for you. 

***Pro-Tip: In a recent study, 85% of shoppers base part of their purchasing decision based on the colour of the product, choosing the right one is key!

***Redesigning Your Site? Already have a brand logo and colours? You can use those for this part!

Next, we want to pick a headline and paragraph font for our site. Navigate to Googles Fonts page, and sort by popularity to start looking through fonts. Click into one you like and see how it looks with some of the text from your site. The best part is that they include common font pairings so you can find ones that a ton of other web designers are using.

Choose your headline font and body text font. For this brand I want to communicate a professional style, so we’re going to use this header, and match it with the most common paragraph pairing below. 

***We have pre-made colour schemes and common font pairings we use at our agency in our Free Course, check it out!

Next, we want to plug these fonts and colours into the website so they become automatic on the site. To do that, we need to go back to your WordPress Admin panel (/wp-admin) and click on Appearance-> Customize. This takes us to a panel that lets you change the design principles of the site.

First, head into Global, and change the base colors to what you want for the site (Make Theme colour your primary, and change the text colors to dark. Next, head back to Typography and change your Heading and Base Typography to match the fonts you chose. Now anything new you create will use these fonts and colours as default.

Lastly, we want to add a logo to the site. The last thing, if you click on the pencil next to the template logo on the site you’ll be able to swap out the logo with your own. Don’t have one?

***Our Free Course outlines how you can make your own logo for free, which  I charge clients $1000-$3000USD to do!

What Images You Can Include on Your Site and Where to Get Them

The last part of our design plan is figuring out what pictures you want to include on your site. Obviously, taking all the pictures yourself is a big task, and it’s illegal to just start swiping images off of Google, we need to figure out where to get images, and which ones to use on your site.

***Pro-Tip: Choosing the right images will speak louder than words, visitors will feel what you want them to feel with the right pictures!

There are 3 main types of photos you want to find for your site, that will be focused, and get people feeling the way you want them to.

First, finding happy people that match who your customers are, which gives them someone to empathize with.

Second, are related photos, these might show the outcome of your service, or a metaphor you’re trying to communicate.

Finally, you can use wallpaper images, these are more general and intended to cover large amounts of space or break up large chunks of white. 

When it comes to finding images to use, there are two main resources I go to. Unsplash, and Pexels. Unsplash provides a huge library of free-use stock photos designed to be used on your site. Professional photographers put their images up here so they are extremely high quality, and use professional filters. Pexels does the same with free videos to use on your site.

***Pro-Tip: Avoid bland stock photos here! They can do more harm than good, and make your site look generic. 

Decide on your colors, fonts, and find some good starter images for your site, and move on to the next section, let’s get building!

***To-Do: Choose your website colors, fonts, and find pictures to use on your site 

Step 7: Building Your Site


We’re going to be going in and building out each page using a drag-and-drop builder called Elementor that allows you to visually edit everything, and with our plan, all we have to do is follow the blueprint! 

To start building using Elementor, you first need to pick the page you want to build on. Head back to the WordPress dashboard and click on pages, click on the homepage you want to edit and Select Edit with Elementor which will open up the editing tab.

On the left, you will see the Elementor editor panel, with everything required to build your site, on the right you’ll see your actual website, but now you’re able to drag and drop around everything on the page. No changes are published until you hit Update at the bottom, so don’t worry about messing up the live version. 

sections, columns, and elements. the 3 essential parts of your site

Building on Elementor is broken down into 3 steps. First are the Elements of the page, these are text, images, videos, buttons and more. You can add new ones from the tab here, and to edit ones on your page, you can just mouse over them and click edit. The general tab allows you to edit the contents of the element, and the Style tab lets you change how it looks, and the advance tab lets you add spacing around the element. 

Each element is dropped into a specific column on the page, these are vertical columns where elements stack on top of each other. To edit a column, simply mouse over it and select it to edit it. You can change how much space a column takes up, as well as the colour of the background, and add or remove the padding.

Finally, each column is placed inside a specific section, these sections stack on top of each other to create a webpage. To edit a section, simply mouse over the top and select it, from here you can change its height, as well as its background image or colour. Sections are broken up by columns, and within each column are the Elements, this grid layout keeps things consistent, and allows you to build a great site. Try messing around with the pre-built assets on the site.

***Pro-Tip: Using Elementor I can 100% customize the site to whatever my client needs, Squarespace you’re stuck on their fancy templates and can’t fine-tune things like this.

Importing In More Templates, Modifying Them to Match Your Brand

Now that you know how to use Elementor, this is where your pre-made site comes in handy. You can use the sections built for you rather than doing everything from scratch, but to make sure it’s unique we need to match it to your design rules! Edit the text, and make sure to set them to default so they use the fonts you pre-chose. Also, make sure to edit the colours of buttons or underlines so that they match the brand colour. Swap out the picture and voila! A much more unique version of the same site. 

You’re not only limited to the pre-made site templates either. When you mouse over a section and select the plus, you’re able to select the folder to see a list of pre-made templates Elementor provides for free, use the drop-down menu to sort by the section you want to use, you can select one and add it in, and modify it the same way, swap out colours, fonts, and images to make it wholly your own.

Similarly, you can select the A to see a list of Astra pre-made templates at your disposal. Between these two, and your pre-made site, you have more than enough templates to fully build out every section of your site, never having to build one from scratch! 

***Pro-Tip: I almost exclusively use templates like these to build client sites! The outcome is always professional and you don’t have to build anything from scratch. 

Quickly Outline Building The Sections and Tweaking It 

From here you have to the tools to build out your blueprint, go step by step and build out the different sections of each page until everything looks right. Here’s a timelapse of me building the site for the financial advisor, simply using templates to match my blueprint and adding in everything to make it look right.

Sticking with templates ensures everything is professionally designed, and matching your design rules ensures they’re consistent! Once I finish the page, I update it, and move on to the next one, ensuring all my pages are built properly. 

***Get the full video of me live-building the site inside our Free Course, follow along as I build this 10k website step by step!

Go through and build the site yourself, using Elementor and the templates available, get it ready to go so we can get them ready to launch! 

***To-Do: Turn your blueprint into reality! Build your site using elementor by importing in templates and modifying them to work perfectly. 

Step 8: Phone Optimization

Why Phone Optimization is Important, how easy it is to do

With the build process done you are probably ready to launch your site to the world right? Well, there’s 1 more critical step we need to do before that, it’s to make sure the site looks great on phones. Now more than ever, people are using mobile devices to visit websites, and while your site might look great on your computer, changing the resolution size can break it, and make it look unprofessional. 

All the templates we used are designed to work on any device, so you’re already 90% of the way there, but there might be some tweaks you want to make so it’s perfect. The good news is Elementor makes it easy to edit our mobile view to make your website look perfect on any screen. 

***Pro-Tip: The most common way I find client clients are searching up their site and seeing if it works on phones. If it doesn’t, I send them an email and start work later that week! 

Go Through First and Take Notes, Then Edit on Elementor and Make it Perfect

First, we want to go through our pages and note any issues they have when viewing on different resolutions. Open up your homepage, and try shrinking the page view to half size, then as thin as you can get it. Scroll through, and note any usability issues, such as text that’s too big or small, or strange padding around certain sections. With your list of tweaks, we can hop back into Elementor to start making the changes.

When you head to the Elementor editing section for your page, all you have to do is click on the screen at the bottom to change the type of resolution your editing. There are 3 modes here, desktop, tablet, and phone, any change you make in these settings only affects how they look on those devices, so you can custom-tailor each one to look perfect. 

For example, we can change the size of the text on phones, center things as well. This section is loading in way too thin so we can select it, and change the padding so that it looks much better. Remember to change the padding you can select any section, column, or element, then head to the advance tab to change how much space is around it on a specific device. 

Check out your site again on different sizes after the changes have been made. Now that you’re confident it works on any device, it’s time to get the site launched!

***To-Do: Find any mobile visibility issues and fix them on Elementor to Get Your Site Perfect 

Step 9: Launching Your Site

What is Launching Your Site and How Does it Work?

With your site finished, and phone-friendly, it’s time to launch it to the world! We want to do this the right way, so you can launch with 0 headaches and confidently start sending people to your new site. 

Review Everything and Make Sure It’s Good to Go

First, you want to do a final review of the site and make sure it’s good to go. Look for spelling errors or any issues with the site you can quickly fix. We also want to delete any pages or posts that you aren’t using for the final site. 

***Any doubts about your website at this point? Make sure to check out the free course that covers all these steps in more detail, so you are confident and ready to launch.

Remove Under Construction, Wait for Caching

The next step is to remove the Under Construction overlay on the site. Head back to your WordPress dashboard and hit Settings, scroll down to the bottom and you’re able to toggle OFF your Bluehost coming soon page.

Hit Save Changes and your site is now live! If you refresh your site the Under Construction overlay is gone, and people who put in your domain can now see your site! Give it an hour or two before you start sending it to friends, as sometimes the site is cached and they will still see the under-construction page. 

***Pro-Tip: This is normally when I collect the check for the project, a site normally takes a week or so to build and the client is fully paid a few days afterwards 🙂 

Just like that, your site is launched to the world! Congratulations on building it yourself, saving time and money, and building a site that’s set up to succeed. Now, let’s talk about the aspects of website building that most people get wrong, it’s an easy tweak that can massively increase the success of your site. 

***To-Do: Launch your site to the world, ensure it caches properly and has the green lock

Step 10: The Most Important Part of Your Site (that Most People Get Wrong)


The most important part of determining the success of the site is the content that goes on it. If you gave me a bunch of websites side by side, I can easily pinpoint which one will be the most successful by the quality of the content written. 

Fact: Your site is designed for users to take a specific action. The factor that will determine whether or not they do it is the content on the site. 

This is what makes a website worth 10,000. We’re not just building a pretty site like Squarespace and Wix flaunt. We want to build a website that gets real results. Clients rely on me to create websites that will help them achieve their goals. I’m not in the business of giving them a simple facelift, this isn’t a beauty salon! 

You need strong attention-grabbing headings, content that focuses on the reader’s pain-points, and so much more that we can’t cover in one simple blog post, that’s why we created our free course that outlines this all in more detail.

The course explains everything in detail!

If you want this entire website build process done for you, then you should get our free course that shortens the process. 

You might have launched your site and feel like it needs that extra kick to be successful, or you might be stuck on a step and need a deeper look than what a blog post can provide. Then you need to get our free-course, it providers everything in this blog post in more detail, it’s a no-brainer.

We include checklists for every section, and pre-made website blueprints so the entire website is done-for-you. I also include some easy tricks I’ve learnt after building 100+ websites to make your site stand out with that premium designer polish. You basically get a 10K website done for you! 

Just head to our site and signup for free access to the course forever. No gimmicks, no affiliate links, just all the tools you need to build a great website. 

All the features you get in the free course:

  • Done for you website wireframe for the layout of your site
  • Plugin content so it writes 10k content itself
  • Colour and Font Design pallets for free
  • How to create a 3K Logo for free
  • A loom video from me assessing your site and offering suggestions to improve

The free course has no affiliate links, I only recommend what I actually use in my business, and give you the exact documents I use at my agency so you have all the tools to create a site yourself. 

Learning this skill can be essential to your success

This skill is extremely essential nowadays. People are getting further apart and everyone is waiting for things to get back to “normal”. Right now you can learn the skill to make an amazing website and adapt instead of waiting on the sidelines. My business has never been busier, and I think everyone deserves to be able to adapt in these crazy times. 

Even if you don’t have a reason to build the site, why not just learn the skill? If you’re at home with nothing to do, this is the easiest way to learn web design without getting overwhelmed. If not for you, you can offer it to someone else, or keep this skill in your back pocket. Head to the link below or our site and get into the free course for an expanded version of this blog post with all of our pre-made site documents. 

Wrapping it all up

Recap What you’ve Learnt

Alright, let’s recap what you just learnt. We went through the steps to get your site set up and launched to the world. 

It all started with setting up your domain and hosting, getting access to WordPress and figuring out how it works, then planning out our full blueprint of the website before we built. We made some decisions about the design rules of the site, then actually built it. Finally, we prepared the site to work on phones, then launched it to the world! Just like that, a brand new site.

You have all the skills to maintain the site as well, making changes when you need them, or adding new pages as your site expands. Now let’s talk about how to get your site reviewed by me.

How To Get Your Site Reviewed By Me

I normally offer paid reviews of websites for clients, but to make sure you guys have a successful launch I’m going to be auditing everyone’s sites so we’re all set up to succeed.

Post the URL to your site in the comments of the video. I don’t care if you built it using our method or not, I’ll respond to what I think of your design, content, and any tweaks you could make that could have a huge impact. 

If you go through and complete the free course I will actually provide you with a full Loom video breaking it down visually, so it’s worth it to go through the course as well. Make sure to let us know what topics regarding the online business you want us to cover in future blog posts and videos, thanks so much for reading. 

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