Easy Website and Blog


Here’s easy step by step instructions on how to have your own website and blog that is interactive with social media features, plus automatically works great on mobile devices.   All you need is this step-by-step info from Sentweb to do everything yourself for your web presence.

With over 20 years of web experience, we now feel the average person can now do everything themselves!

Sentweb also provides a topic library of separate, smaller instruction pages to cover step-by-step unbiased, specific help and tips for Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, selling from your website, and everything else you may need.

Why use this information?

The internet has changed drastically in the last 12 months, and there is a lot of older advice out there that does not cover today’s needs.   A website and blog need to be visible to traditional computers, tablets, and smart phones, but without having to maintain separate websites.  We have found our recommendations take the least labor to get represented the most.  Our recommendations allow all your web presences to be connected using a time saving structure. We have experience helping beginners and medium skilled people, so we know what you need.

SentwebRealistic Costs:  We have to recommend where to get your three main products,  so our instructions match exactly.  We make these recommendations based on cost, features, and support.  The startup money required is $44, which covers three months hosting, one domain registration, and a professional responsive theme that makes it work automatically for mobile visitors.  In other words, it is $1.99 for the domain registration, a three months website hosting minimum at $3.99 per month, and a one-time $30 cost for a professional Word Press theme that does all the mobile conversion work for you.  After three months, it will cost you $3.99 per month for hosting.  After twelve months, there is an annual domain registration renewal of $10.  In other words for the long haul, a $4 per month expense for a hosting account and an annual $10 per year expense for a domain registration.  That’s it!














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