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Build A Website In Less Than 5 Minutes – And Make Money Doing It

Back in the day (by which I mean, like, less then a decade ago) building a website was something that required specialized skills and hours of work. If you wanted to create an online business – or even just a personal site – you had to know how to do everything from designing to coding.

 

 

The world wide web has advanced exponentially since that time and these days you can get a website up in less time than it takes to go grocery shopping. If you have an idea but have been unsure about how to make it happen, check out EZ Site, a new platform that helps you create your own website in minutes.

 

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Is it really that EZ?

EZ Site lets you pick a template and plug in all of the “extras” – blog, forum, classifieds, shopping cart, unlimited pages, and a photo gallery – in less than five minutes, according to their homepage. They also give you your own domain name – minus the .hostwebsite or “powered by …” that you’ll find on other website builders – for only $10 per month.

 

Considering the fact that most domain names cost more than $10 and EZ Site provides you with your own domain, the price is impressively low.

 

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Make money with referrals.

If that $10 a month is too high for you… Well, let’s be real: If $10 a month is too high that you’re not in a good place to be running a business online. But if you just like making a little extra money, EZ Site offers a referral program of a recurring $5 per month per person referred. That means you get $5 every single month that they’re subscribed, which could easily cover the cost of your own website and put a little extra money in your pocket.

 

If you’ve been sitting on a great idea for a website for awhile now but just haven’t quite found the time to do it, give EZ Site a shot and if you don’t like it, they offer a 30 day full refund.

 

Photo Credits

EZ Site | Lucho Molina

Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for KillerStartups.com. A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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