As we talked about last week, there are a lot of myths out there about building a website — from the price to the timeline to the level of skill you need.
The answers to people’s questions about website creation vary greatly though, depending on the route you take to build it. Many people still go with the old standard method of working with various professionals. Increasingly, however, individuals and small businesses are striking out on their own and using DIY website builders (like…say…Webs SiteBuilder).
The infographic below aims to clear up any confusion and clarify the differences between hiring professionals to create a website, and making a go of it on your own.
Have you tried either method before? We’d love to hear about it in the comments below!
From our How To Make a Website Series:
How A Blog Can Make Your Small Business Website a Success
Five Commandments For A Great Contact Page
How To Make A Great Website Homepage
Dos and Don’ts of User-Friendly Website Navigation
How To Make A Website: Breaking Down The Pieces
Prepare Yourself: What You Need to Start a Website
Checklist: 10 Steps to a Successful Business Website in 2013
Building a Website: Do It Yourself or Hire A Pro?