Need Help With SBI (SiteBuildIt) To Create A Website

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Hi everyone,

I wish to take this opportunity to enquire if anybody can help me create/develop an art based website using all the tools provided via SBI package.

I have created word copy content of the entire website -- and all I require is help uploading the material using SBI features.

I would preferably like to have this created asap by someone who is proficient (SBI'ers) and has all-round knowledge of SBI website creation - -that would be a bonus

I would appreciate you feedback -- and I can provide further details once you PM me.

I look forward to your replies.

Thanks and God Bless.

#internet marketing #create #sbi #sitebuildit #website
  • Profile picture of the author Bill Brickman
    Is there a reason you are not using SBI's support help and discussion forums to ask this question?

    • Profile picture of the author Paresh J
      Hi there Bill,

      Thanks for your reply -- this is a good question, the fact is that I happen to be dyslesxic Bill, and it's something that has affected me adversely particularly when it comes to creating something using technology

      I understand that SBI has number of wonderful features but, as explained above it's not something that I am comfortable with. I bought the package, with help of a friend who was going to help me develop the site, but unfortunately he was involved in an accident.

      Thanks again for your reply -- God Bless,


  • Profile picture of the author YiKeS
    G`day Paresh,

    I`d recommend getting help from SBI itself if possible ... or
    learn fast ... lol ... I thought they would help out like that.

    Sorry I can`t help as I don`t use it but I do have a friend
    who does and he says it is well worth it and creates an
    awesome income ... mind you he`s an absolute SEO freak
    into silo sites and rank`s first page against millions.

    HOLY CR*P!!

    He`s #1 for his main keyword in the SERP`s against 534 000 000

    No that ain`t no typo ... was only 122 000 000 last time I
    looked ... LOL ... and indented result to boot ... gonna go
    read his SEO book again!!

    Christopher J.

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