How To Build Your Own Web Page

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Know Your Goal


Your goal should be to create such a positive experience for your visitors that they will eventually take action on any product or service you are recommending. They aren't going to do anything on your site if you don't engage and interact with them in a quality way.

​You will NOT appeal to them and just as important you will NOT appeal to Google. Your site will never be a success. 

Where to Start?


My goal here is just to provide you with a quick and short explanation of how I build my web pages.

I am going to assume that you already know and have a good idea what you want to say on your page or post. This is about building your page and how I go about doing it and what has helped me to do it quickly and efficiently. When it comes to inserting and writing my content, I will have my framework already built. A framework that makes sense and is easy to set up. I follow these same steps every time I want to publish a post. I start at the bottom of the page and build it up with all my heading titles inserted before anything else. This is how I build a web page.

Relevant Feature Image


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The first thing I insert on my page is a relevant image for the subject I'm going to be talking about. I haven't written my article yet but when I do it's ready to go on my pre-built page. I find an image that suits the subject. This is the first thing I do. Now, The excitement is starting to build as I've pasted in my picture. Check out the one I chose for this page. It suits it don't you think? OK what 's the next thing I do?

My Email Capture


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I scroll down to the bottom of the page and insert my email capture block next. I use a fixed box. No sliders, no spinning boxes. I just use a fixed email opt-in. It has been suggested that this is more effective for capturing email subscribers. Think of the last time that you signed up to an email list that sprung up out of nowhere while you were reading the content. For me, the answer is never. So, inserting my email opt-in is the second thing I do and I leave it at the bottom of everything I publish.

Author Box


Right above the email opt-in, I insert my little story of who I am and what the site is about. This is the third item I insert on the framework.

CTA - Call To Action


Right above the author box is where I next insert my call to action. This is where you do your selling. Anything you want to draw your readers to and get them to take action on any offer you have. It's different for everybody but this is where you want your readers to take action on something. I insert it here and before I write any content so I don't forget. I also insert my links, save them and then preview that they work.

Last Words


Right above my call to action is where I insert my last heading title. You can use things like 'My Final Take', 'My Final Recommendation' or 'My Final Opinion' etc...

I usually have a pre-built explanation that I just paste into this area. I can then change the product name and the subject of what I'm talking about in my closing comments. I have this saved in Google Docs so I just grab it when ready.

Insert Content


The last thing left to do is go over to Google Docs, grab my content and insert it into the main body of the framework I just created. That's it. That's how I build all my web pages every time without fail. I follow this formula.

Why This Way?

I really suffer with writer's block. Setting up my web page this way allows me to get started and also affords me that level of comfort that I'm working on something and getting something done. I have tried to just start off writing and get stuck.

If I build out the framework of my page first, starting with a title, then an image, I just seems to come together for me. I have no idea if this will work for you or help you, it's just what has helped me and how I do it. ​

  • decide on page title
  • insert relevant image
  • insert email opt-in
  • insert author box
  • insert call to action
  • insert final thoughts template
  • Insert main body content (last)​

All that's left is to check everything over and when ready publish your page/post.

Final Thoughts 


If you want to take your online learning to a different level then all you really lack is a starting point and some training. I would add good training. The place I recommend you go for that training is an online learning school called Wealthy Affiliate. It will teach you all you need to know about building websites, web pages, providing you with niche ideas and how to monetize your website. It's where I got started two years ago and have no plans on ever leaving because the learning never stops.
You can read more about how I did it here.

If you have any questions, comments or feedback for me just drop them in the box below. Thanks for stopping by and reading my article on 'How To Build a Web Page-Here's How I do It'.

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 Hi there, my name is Peter, it's so great to meet you. I started this website back in 2015 to help educate and inform people on the many ways to make money online. There are so many scams out there that need to be revealed. I also explore ways on how we can turn our time into dollars working from home.

I hope you find some of the tips and suggestions that I've experienced helpful on your own online journey.

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