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The Best And Easiest Way To Create A Website For Your Photo Business (It’s not what you think!)

I want to talk to you guys about the best and easiest way to create a website and it is not what you’re thinking.

Because here’s the thing. I’m not some guru educator who is sponsored by a bunch of brands, who is getting paid a lot of money to talk about certain website brands, which I can’t say, but you know what I’m talking about, right? You have to pay this huge monthly fee to have this website and it’s ridiculous. Okay, a little thing they haven’t told you, you can get a website for literally like $60 a year. Not $30 a month, not $40 a month, not $20 a month. $60 a year. A year, you guys.

Here’s how you do it. Go to GoDaddy or any kind of website host and buy a URL. Just kidding, but just buy a URL. You want to buy hosting, too, through GoDaddy or whatever. I’m not sponsored by them. Any kind of website hosting platform. You want to get the URL and the hosting, which is about $60 a year. Then you can load WordPress onto that for free.

From there, you can use Beaver Builder. Yes, silly name. But it is an awesome plugin. I believe they have a free version and then a paid version. It’s a drag-and-drop builder for your website. It is literally the easiest thing, the simplest, the most affordable. I use it on all of my websites. You can go to if you want to check out what it looks like. It’s so cool. The possibilities are endless. There’s no limits or anything like that.

That is literally it. That is how you create a website easily and affordably.

I hope you guys like this. If you did, comment a thumbs up or some kind of cool emoji, and let me know that you like this, and tag your friends below so they can stop wasting money on super expensive, monthly recurring websites.

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Molly Keyser

Boudoir photographer and business coach, I am dedicated to changing the world with the power of a camera. Originally from Wisconsin, I'm now in Texas, but I help photographers around the world learn how to go full-time with boudoir photography.