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As a professional or entrepreneur it is crucial to meet, if not exceed, expectations. Websites are expected for businesses and products, and having a personal website maximizes individual branding and professionalism. Even if you are in the grassroots of an entrepreneurial endeavor, an online presence establishes your idea as something tangible. Don’t leave your potential partners, investors, and ultimately customers searching for something that isn’t there.

The problem with websites is they can be costly and time-consuming. That’s where RapidWeaver 5 comes in; a user friendly web developing tool. The days of tacky amateur developed sites are long gone. RapidWeaver let’s users with basic computer competency create surprisingly powerful and professional websites on a comprehensive point and click platform.

Luckily, simple and efficient websites are the status quo. This is great news for the majority of us who are not code and design savvy. RapidWeaver allows you to simply edit and update content on a variety of crisp and attractive website themes. The platform also allows users to easily incorporate 3rd party themes and plugins to allow for more individualistic designs. Themes can be quickly changed without affecting your content, eliminating drastic revamps for a fresh new design.

The real value of this tool is it’s ability to incorporate advanced features that add professionalism to a rather basic website. For instance, you can add a contact form page that is commonly found on established company websites. This way you can appear to be too busy and in demand to just be throwing out your direct email contact. You can also integrate advanced metrics like Google Analytics or GoSquared LiveStats to track and maximize traffic.

RapidWeaver 5 is an excellent tool to brand yourself, business, or product. Show your competency and professionalism from the get-go and learn basic coding and design is the process. Check it out here.

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