How to make a website

As a fellow meat shop business owner, making a website for your business can sound like a really daunting task.

From meat to a machine, that's a really big leap for people like us.

However, in today's day and age, there are really many options for creating a simple website for your business without the hefty fees that web designers charge.

Today I am going to show you how easy it is to make a website by yourself in literally an hour or two using WordPress.

The reason to make a website by yourself

The main issue I had when starting a website is looking for designers that understood what I wanted in a site.

I wanted something really simple but I would receive exorbitant quotes from web agencies just to make a simple website.

It is also really tough finding a freelancer to make a website these days so I got my hands dirty to make one by myself.

How to make a website quickly

Well, it's really simple, there are just 3 steps.

  1. Purchasing a domain name
  2. Buy your hosting
  3. Setup WordPress and a site builder

And the rest is just dragging and dropping which you can get used to in a few minutes.

Initially, it was really hard trying to grasp the commands on the site builder but just like honing your meat cutting skills, it takes a while to get the "feel" of making your website.

Now I am not promising any fancy web design a really simple one just like this site that I built.

I simply followed this video embedded below and also this guide on how to make a website.

Credits: How to make a website in just 10 minutes

Is it really that simple to make a website?


Go ahead and try it, you will be surprised at how easy it is these days to create your own website without any programming knowledge.

This is a continuation of the running a business series from my previous post on setting up a payroll software for your business.

About the Author
Hi, my name is Antonio Ricci.

I am passionate about butchery and my mission is to help others fall in love with the art form through education.

If you are visiting my shop, feel free to ask me any questions :)