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how do i create a website to sell my document?

Barking_AppsBarking_Apps Posts: 182Member
i have a few things on the market place now...

and i have just started to make more packs and templates. I want to make a website to sell these things....

where can i start

BarkingApps :o3

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  • thelogobarthelogobar Posts: 93Member
    Wordpress is the one for me, great way to make professional looking websites and plenty of support out there.
  • EatingMyHatEatingMyHat Posts: 1,246Member
    I put mine on the marketplace and use tinypay as a personal 'shop'. It is not really a website of my own, but fit my needs.
  • jckmcgrawjckmcgraw Posts: 647Member
    I think that weebly can meet the needs of many even though it might not look as amazing. For example, my website is very simple and just includes some basic social networking links, a blog, or "updates" page, contact, and beta test page. Three pages with a decent template looks simple but relatively elegant. Just my 2 cents.

    Don't get me wrong though, Wordpress is still a good choice. :)

    Regards,
    Jack McGraw
  • bjandthekatzbjandthekatz Orlando, FlPosts: 1,375Member
    Go to PayPal and make account (if don't already have one)
    Click merchant tab and select Create payment button (still in PayPal)
    Type in all of that and then go to webs.com (or any website your choice/some down below)
    Then make account And site
    Go to add new module and click HTML
    insert Paypal codes and done.

    Alternatively you could use
    iWeb (and Dropbox)
    Webstarts.com
    Enjin.com
    Wordpress.com

    PM ME IF YOU NEED ANY HELP AND I WILL BE HAPPY TO MAKE A TUTORIAL.
  • anithmukanithmuk Posts: 235Member
    Wordpress is probably the best option out there, there's a lot of content and support to work with, but it's easy to get started and set up something simple and professional looking.
    For my site at http://www.binaryrevolver.com/ I used Square Space, which was is fairly easy to set up and maintain.
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