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12+ Best Online Website Builders to Create New Face for Authentic Web Presence

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If you want to create a good website, but you don’t have any knowledge in HTML or CSS, then keep reading this post, because we’ll tell you about some of the best tools you can use to build a good-looking and functional website. Website builders have been around for many years, but they have really gained popularity in the past couple of years – nowadays these website builders come pre-loaded with tons of rich features, pre-made templates and many other things that turn website creation in an easy, fast and enjoyable job.

Each one of these website builders has its advantages and disadvantages, but you can rest assured that the tools listed below are the best you can find! Some of them are free while others are paid, so it is up to you to decide whether you want a completely free website or if you are ready to spend some money in order to use a more advanced website builder to create a quality website instantly. Here are 13 of the best website builders at the moment: Read More

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5 Really Annoying Blogging Mistakes That Will Make Your Blog Annoying To Visit

Blog MistakeOne of my biggest pet peeves when reading really good material is to read that content on a website that gives me a headache to navigate or view.

While there are many website design mistakes a blogger can makes I have compiled a list of 5 mistakes that can kill a blog before it even gets started.

1. Strange Fonts For Content Sections

While using a unique font to create your websites logo or perhaps even sidebar titles might give your blog a fresh feel that’s where unique fonts should end.  When it comes to fonts bloggers should incorporate georgia, times new roman, times or serif fonts into their content. If you view HuffingtonPost, New York Times and various other content based sites you will quickly realize that they use those standard fonts because they are easily recognizable and therefore easy to read. If you choose to use a custom font for your content I suggest polling your friends and family members to see if they find the custom font easy to read. Read More

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