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Build Your Own Sites WIth RapidWeaver 8, Now 90% Off ($50)

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If you run an online business, an e-commerce store, or need to showcase a portfolio online, you’ll need to build a website. However, if you don’t have a scrap of coding knowledge, building a website from scratch is next to impossible. Luckily, this Complete RapidWeaver 8 Bundle makes it easy to create a polished, functional, and attractive website for just $49.99.

This bundle features RapidWeaver 8, a MacOS app that allows you to create custom websites, as well as four courses on how to get the most out of your new website. What makes RapidWeaver 8 so attractive is that it allows you to build your own website without needing to be a master coder. With its streamlined interface, you can choose over 50 built-in themes or countless more user-submitted themes. RapidWeaver 8 gives you unparalleled control over your website, including Social Graph and Twitter integration as well as over 1,500 add-ons.

Now that your website is all set up, you can optimize it with help from the included courses. For example, if you plan on using your website as a blog, RapidWeaver Online Blogging will show you how to leverage Total CMS so that you and your clients can publish their content. Alternatively, RapidWeaver SEO will introduce you to best practices to help your website gain more traffic.

Building a website may sound daunting, but the Complete RapidWeaver 8 Bundle makes it easy for just $49.99, or 90% off.

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