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Vince I did mine by myself for $50 to start and they charged $10 a month to host it on GO Daddy.com I think it came out pretty good but took me probaly 40 total hours to make it but you could do a one page site in a day if you get the hang of it.....http://PlumbingParamedics.com
You can lose with me, but you can't win without me!.... PPI
Godaddy and Yahoo seem to get a lot of praise for their ease of use. Design of a website is a tricky thing. It's one thing to get the hosting and your domain name. It's quite another to come up with a good design.
Keep it clean, make your menus the same from page to page. Don't get caught up in all the blinky light flash add-ons, they only take up bandwidth and make your site look too busy. You want people to pay attention to the content, not the blinky lights! Some flash animation is good, just don't overdo it.
My site is designed around my customers, many of whom are on dial-up. I've made it VERY simple so there's not a lot of download the customer has to wait for.
I put it all back together better than before. There\'s lots of leftover parts.