We can help you decide which tool is the right one for you. Try some of these on for size, then contact us to discuss your selection and how we can help you create content, modify and maintain your site. DIY Website Guide
Templates have a real designer feel, but it may take a little while to get used to it for building a site. Not too difficult to optimize it for search engines.
Weebly (get 10% off)
One of the easiest ways to create a website, great features, lots of storage, multimedia and more. Even for the free version. Pro is cheap too. This site is built on it. Fairly easy to optimize it for search engines.
Very popular for building sites, with lots of great templates. Allows for a high degree of functionality, but you may need some help setting it up. It's got a bit of a learning curve.
Specialty Website Builders
For designers, illustrators and other creatives.
Flash-based animation and a very flexible builder tool. If you're a creative business, like a band, designer or artist, this one's for you.
A photographer friend of mine loves this tool.
Also for photographers.
For restaurants of course. Here's info on creating a mobile website for your restaurant.
This free tool provides everything from themes to third party plugins.
One of the easiest to implement and fully robust ecommerce solutions available. There's still a learning curve, but it can be worth it. If you need help setting it up, let us know.
Always hear good things about this ecommerce builder. Excellent customer support too.
If you need something simple for selling your creative works, like a book for example, try this solution for physical and digital goods.