Can you recommend simple website builders for affiliate mktg?

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I want to make simple websites for affiliate marketing.
I just want to create nice simple sites with no fancy bells and whistles.

I am sure there is such a product around. I don't want a high
learning curve such as Wordpress with plugins, themes etc.



Thanks

Peter Rose
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  • Profile picture of the author Monetize
    Originally Posted by Peter Rose View Post

    I want to make simple websites for affiliate marketing.
    I just want to create nice simple sites with no fancy bells and whistles.

    I am sure there is such a product around. I don't want a high
    learning curve such as Wordpress with plugins, themes etc.

    WordPress isn't really that difficult.

    You can teach yourself with a good book
    or manual and by watching tutorials.

    If you are focused you can learn the basics
    in less than a week and then you learn by
    doing.

    You can also hire a freelancer to setup a
    WordPress for you, I have had this done
    and it isn't that expensive.

    And you can keep your WordPress simple.

    You can also setup simple HTML sites, I
    do this as well. It's my preference because
    I can setup a twenty-page site in a couple
    of hours if I have all my content developed
    already.

    But I have been doing HTML for over twenty
    years so I don't know how long it would take
    a newbie to learn everything about setting
    up websites. There's a few more things to
    know than just HTML.

    Don't look for excuses not to get started by
    bemoaning WordPress. And don't waste
    your time trying to re-invent the wheel,
    looking for other systems because it only
    prevents you from getting started.

    Figure out which affiliate products you
    want to promote and get busy setting
    something up.
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  • Profile picture of the author jmalic
    Wordpress would be a good choice. It is very user-friendly compared to most CMS. I don't think there is a more better CMS than Wordpress when it comes to user interface.
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  • Profile picture of the author Serene Carmen
    Hi Peter

    WordPress is the best option in terms of flexibility and functionality. If you want to skip the learning curve you can hire a developer.
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  • WordPress is still the best easy website builder you can make use of.
    But you can also try out Wix or Squarespace. They are also cool website and page builders that have easy simple templates.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joshua Romo
    I recommend using wordpress or elementor. Elementor has a drag and drop functionality that makes it super simple to put content where you want.
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  • Profile picture of the author angrybudcom
    "Easy builder" is "a free cheese in a mouse trap", brother. An academic interest, nothing else worthy.

    WP is a pretty balanced one. Don't be scared to spend a time on it, will repay a triple price, and you can still survive "without technical knowledge". I would not call it a "builder" as it is a negative aspect for me.

    Easy start is not yet in one-click. Higher learning curve is not yet a Quantum Physics, yun'no. Find someone for a quick conversation, a pro will teach you and change your opinion within few hours, that is what wordpress offers.
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