Create Websites Fast: How (& Why) You Ought To Do It

If anything, you should aim to create websites fast. Like in an hour or so. Because you have absolutely no time to lose. 

Trying to choose which platform to search a website on, trying to figure out the logo, trying to work with databases, and any of that nitty-gritty pertaining to technical aspects of setting up a website takes all the time away that you’d use for pure hustle. 

Getting traffic. Generating leads. Getting your first few customers — these are the only types of results you ought to focus on whether you are just starting out or whether you are a major brand. 

How and Why Create Websites Fast 

Stop trying to get everything perfect. You won’t get that right away. Start with WordPress, start with Webflow, start with Strikingly, Start with Simvoly

Start with any of these no-code builders for websites if you have to. 

The key is this: start. 

If you were to argue with me that you’d need everything polished, world-class, and perfect before you launch, I’d ask you this: What was the ROI on all of that nonsense you just believed?

What do you get from this overarching, all-gripping need for perfection?

Exactly how much revenue can you attribute to a wasted 7-to180 day delay (and all the man-hours spent on this nitty-gritty?

The answer: nothing. Zilch. Nada.

So, don’t pretend otherwise.

Only marketing, promotions, and branding (fine-tuned and tweaked over a period of time) will get you results.

WordPress Website Setup Options 

With Namecheap EasyWP, a few clicks is all you need to get your website up and running. WPEngine has ready-made site installs you could get access to, along with premium StudioPress Themes

If you pick Divi (from Elegant Themes), you can not only set up a website but also use any of their hundreds of templates to get going now. 

Or pick GeneratePress, Astra, or even some of those WordPress themes you get when you install WordPress. With Crocoblock, you can have complete turnkey websites for various types of businesses as well.

eCommerce Store Setup Options 

You should have a complete, functional website (or eCommerce store) setup and running in the time it takes for you to read this blog post. 


Anything else you tell yourself or convince yourself of is going to cost you time. Creating an eCommerce is a no-brainer with options such as Shopify

There’s no need to compare Shopify with other platforms. It’s the single best way to get started with eCommerce since it gives you hosting, awesome Shopify themes, unlimited bandwidth, customizable checkout, Shopify POS,  marketing tools, automation tools, store automation, and so much more. 

If, for some reason, you don’t want to use Shopify, you still have options: platforms such as Payhip also allow you to sell physical products. Or, you could use Strikingly, Simvoly, Wix, and several others. 

Really, there’s no dearth of options for eCommerce platforms. 

Online Courses, Digital Products, Personal Brand 

If you wanted to create a website for personal branding, to sell Digital products, to sell membership sites, to sell online courses, you could take any of the above options and run with it. 

Or you could go with ready-made options such as Podia, Payhip, and Thinkific which are purpose-built for exactly these purposes such as personal branding, selling online courses and so on. 

Now, depending on what you’d like to do, you run with one of these options and hit the road running. 

All of the time you’d save is to be used for the back-breaking, strenuous, long-term work involved with digital marketing. 

How much time are you throwing away in the name of creating websites? Do you agree with the need to create websites fast?

Tell me all about it on Twitter, LinkedIn, or my LinkedIn Brand page.

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