Would anyone be interested in me posting a web design how-to on Hubpages?
It would just be a boringly simple sales page designed in PhotoShop CS5, then coded for the web.
Why wouldn't you just use WordPress? What's the point in hand coding?
Just curious - it just seems WordPress is so much faster it makes all of that obsolete.
In any event - YES. Post the page! It would be interesting to learn.
Yeah, Wordpress is great, but if you've ever sold your own product online, you probably found that a sales page is pretty effective.
By sales page, I just mean one of those pages you see almost every product on Clickbank using. There are salespage themes for Wordpress, but they're kind of expensive.
This would just be a quick, painless HTML markup, with no bells and whistles.
Absolutely you should make a hub about web design. It's a big market right now and I could see there being a lot of interest in it.
You really should create a hub of webdesign. This is a big market and now has a lot of attention, it can be seen.
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