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Freelance Web Designing

By darobey ·
I've been designing websites for myself and friends for a while, now I'm getting requests to do it for small businesses and churches. What is the process to get started? I mean, the people I've designed for usually have their own web page somewhere. I was told that I should contact a local webhosting company and ask them if I can by some space on their server. Will I be able to administer 3 or more sites from that standpoint? Should I have the client register their own domain, subscribe to a web host and then give me their account info? How can I do this seamlessly?


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by vuongp In reply to Freelance Web Designing

Local (I assumed small-reach) clients often fallen into two catergories: they either have a set of demands they know where to get or they are novice. You ask them first on the issue: what do they want you to do. Design a web is simply that, if they want you to reseach a host for them, that's something else.

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