Need Help! What is the all around Best Website Builder for Marketing?

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I am looking to purchase a website builder for affiliate marketing. I do not have hardly any coding knowledge. I am looking for a program that will do an all around job. Please help me, with useful knowledgeable answers, especially if you are putting sites on page 1 of search engines. Your help is appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author SuperSite.me
    Originally Posted by fresh marketer View Post

    I am looking to purchase a website builder for affiliate marketing. I do not have hardly any coding knowledge. I am looking for a program that will do an all around job. Please help me, with useful knowledgeable answers, especially if you are putting sites on page 1 of search engines. Your help is appreciated.

    If you're on reseller account with cPanel/WHM and can create separate FTP accounts, try SiteReptile.com, it's sitebuilder for webhosts, but it should be good for your needs
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    • Profile picture of the author jmoney84
      I'd also recommend Wordpress. I was able to get my site up with absolutely no coding at all. There is also a ton of support for Wordpress and an unlimited number of templates to choose from.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    There are good services like the Plug-In Profit Site that offer a FREE website setup, all you have to do is obtain a domain name, hosting service and provide the best affiliate programs online.
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  • Profile picture of the author vanhoogy
    I'm loving Wordpress, so easy, so interesting and so many plugins that will help you move your biz big time... it's given us a third site to boost our biz.
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  • Profile picture of the author Loren Woirhaye
    XSitePro is another option. It has a lot of SEO features built
    in and is in many ways easier to learn than WordPress. Also
    more secure. Sites tend to rank well.

    Wordpress is excellent for blogs and other sites you'd want
    to update a lot. XSP is great for set-and-forget sites. I use
    both.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Klein
    I also strongly recommend WordPress but regardless of the tool, there is no magic button that you're going to press that will build AND market an affiliate site for you.
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