About 12 years ago, I registered my first domain name, purchased a hosting account, and created a basic website showcasing my graphic design work. I used GoDaddy for the domain and hosting, and continued to use them for several sites for many years. Their ads were everywhere and everyone always thought of them as the go-to people for domains and hosting. I just thought they were the best out there and there was no point in looking elsewhere.
Let’s face it, strip clubs house some of the easiest women out there. I’m not knockin their career choice at all because we all know their main target audience is more than willing to make it rain on a daily basis. These girls will do whatever it takes to get that dollar, and in some cases, I mean anything. Now it’s been a long time since I’ve been to one of these fine establishments, and this is because #1. I’m the kind of guy that stays clear of these joints when I have a girlfriend and #2. I can’t bring myself to spend that kind of money. True, I’d probably go if my girlfriend was down and it happened like once a year at most so I could afford it, but it’s not my standard date night venue.
Now when I talk about easy, I mean the amount of effort is extremely low, the skill level can almost be beginner, and the time requirement is equivalent to a night out with the guys. Likewise, your girlfriend and wallet will probably be happier after you create a badass website versus coming home with a three digit bar tab receipt and Destiny’s number written on your hand in lipstick. I’m sure of that. So this post will show you how to create your own website and a step by step process that you can easily follow. And please, come back and refer to it anytime. Feel free to print it out and tape it to the wall near your desk. It’s that epic!