How to build your business website (Part 1)

Denise Aday owner Aday VA Solutions

(Editor’s Note: When Denise Aday,
Plano, TX, was laid off in Spring of 2006, she turned to what she knew best. Helping others. In August of last year, Denise launched Aday VA Solutions, a virtual assistant business offering outsourcing of a variety of tasks ranging from administrative and word pressing services to marketing assistance for businesses via the Internet. Drawing from previous work experience, Denise decided to design her own website for her business with what she says were mixed results. Here, in an e-mail interview with Bootstrap Design, is what she learned in the process.
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BD: When you began to design your site how exactly did you go about it? Did you write out all the HTML code yourself or did you use design software to help out?

Denise: I used Microsoft FrontPage 2003, mostly in the design view, but tweaking the html to get things just right.

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