If you want to start your own website godaddy.com is the usual vehicle. However the way it works is you are given tools, and go to work.......by yourself. Now, if you are pretty good at reading, following instructions this will work for you, for a simple website. It worked for me. But as the site grew I would run into glitches, and was running on a limited budget. Initially godaddy.com does give you the opportunity to hire one of their people to design your site. I went on my own, because I was short on cash. So, when I started running into problems I needed answers, and the regrets set in that I hadn't hired them from the beginning. I fixed the problem eventually, but by that time the site was getting popular with a small amount of folk it was aimed at. I needed help. I had to eventually engage godaddy.com in helping me. So, unless you are well versed in data processing, programming, etc. it is a good thing to hire godaddy.com from the beginning. Price wise godaddy.com was reasonable especially if you ae doing it yourself. But if you can afford it, probably work with a web designer of theirs. is the better option. Also by now, there are more web designers out there then when I was creating my website. Other considerations might be the degree of difficulty, knowledge of the site you are creating. I'm sure godaddy.com has personnel to handle most of these situations, but there are specialist type designers out there now. The point being it is on the shopper to decide who is best qualified to design their site. Godaddy.com can handle most situations, price is/was reasonable, but this is a different type of purchase. If you're buying an automobile, for example, you more, or less know what you want, and need. Web design shopping you also may know what you want, but you may not know what you need. So it would be wise to know as much as possible what are the intricacies of your site's needs. Be open minded, and godaddy.com is the most well known site designer, but is it right for you? In most cases it will be, but there are exceptions. Do your homework, ask questions, then do it. Good luck........
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