The best website builder of 2013

The best website builder of 2013 is by far WebPaper; capable of outputting pages in just seconds with optimization search engine meta tags and easy to use mobile features for making changes on the go.

WebPaper is an ever evolving system accommodating its users and specializing it simplicity and usability. With WebPaper you will find yourself opening opportunities to making money and expanding your out reach on the internet without having to rely on anyone but yourself.

Key Features WebPaper offers

  • Rapid Development of pages
  • Full freedom to customize every aspect of your website
  • No programming experience needed
  • Search Engine Optimization features
  • Built in Applications (Slide Shows, Submission Forms, Image Galleries, Image Pop-ups, Google Maps, Youtube Videos, Facebook Like buttons, Shopping Cart and more!)
  • Easy to use and learn
  • Mobile friendly building; On the go and need to make a change? Ipad and Iphone friendly editors, all you need is internet and a device to view the website through a browser and you are good to go!
  • Graphic Designers have full freedom to make fully customized templates without boundaries.
  • 100% free up to 3 pages! No credit card needed.
  • Advertisement free for 30 days ($1.00 a month to remove ads)
  • No contracts, no long term commitments, pay as you go.

As you can see WebPaper features a load of features and perks. You can build a website for just about anything, from making a website about you new born child to a birthday party to a new business you might be starting. Reach out to billions of people and get business!

 

Get started now! Click here to go to WebPaper

 

Google Plus One Code


In this tutorial I will show you how to add the Google Plus One Button to your website, it’s going to be added to the apps folder very soon, but for now you must do it the manual way.

To get started open up you need to add the meta code to your head tags you can do that by clicking edit on the page you wish to add it to.  Once in the editor click on this icon:  this is the page properties icon.

Once it pops up, look at the bottom of the pop up where it says: Additional head tags: 

and paste this code:

<script type=”text/javascript”>
(function() {
var po = document.createElement(‘script’); po.type = ‘text/javascript’; po.async = true;
po.src = ‘https://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js’;
var s = document.getElementsByTagName(‘script’)[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(po, s);
})();
</script>

Now what you want to do is add a text box, and replace the “new” text with this:

<g:plusone annotation=”inline” width=”400″></g:plusone>

Now where ever that text box is, is where your Google plus one button will appear.

HINT: I adjust the font size so the text box is rather small, I suggest making the text font 8px.

How to add Google Analytics to your website

Your first step is to make sure you have a Gmail account, if so then all you need to do is go to Google.com/analytics .  Once you get there just sign up using your existing Google account, look for the admin button on the top right and click it.

And then click on new account to add your first website, it looks like this:

Once you click New Account, you will enter in the information for the website.  Such as a Account Title, this can be something like “Your Website”  and then it will ask you for the website URL.  With a drop down for “http://” or “https://”, if you have SSL you select the “https://” if you do not know what this is then you most likely have “http://”.  Next to that you just enter in  YourWebsite.com, the www is really not needed and you may see an example below:

Once you are done, you will be provided a tracking code as you see below:

Now do keep in mind this code is to be placed in the head of your website, when using WebPaper you just go to the editor and click the Page Properties icon with the red bar under it as you see below:

And a pop-up will appear, just paste the code you copied from the Analytics page into the bottom box that says Addition head tags:

Once your done hit ok, and then click the floppy disck icon on the top right to save.  Or you can hold CTRL and hit S to save as well :)

How to build a website

When building a website, the first thing to think of is an idea.  Most of the times you already know your idea so that should be quite easy, then you want to think of a title for your website.  Now the title can be very important so there are some great FREE tools that you can use to help you choose the right title.  Google provides some great tools like Google Insights or Google Adwords Keyword Tool, both of these tools can help you see the popularity of they keywords you might be looking into. Google Insights will show you the past popularity and future predictions of the keywords you search, along with giving you a few other related keywords. Google Adwords Keyword Tool also shows you the popularity of a keyword, along with other related keywords.  But it will also show you how dense the market is  this comes in use when you are trying to think of other ideas or names.  If your fighting against more people then your fighting an uphill battle but it can still be done.  For the easier path you want a market that is less dense so you can dominate it and then go after more markets once you have succeeded in the first one.

Now that you have your title picked out, we can move onto how to build your website.  There are many Content Management Systems (CMS) to choose from, some people who want a blog choose something like Blogger or WordPress as they are 100% Free but do keep in mind with free solutions some limitations do apply.  Now if you want full control over all your pages to drag anything anywhere and add videos to any place on your website then I would highly suggest WebPaper, they do offer a free solution with 3 pages and 2MB of storage for uploading of images and much much more.  But also if you want you can sign up and get much more access and applications to add to your website.  The great thing about WebPaper is it’s drag and drop simplicity that no one else can compare to.

Now you might want to consider Search Engine Optimization (SEO), this is how search engines will find you.  Although search engines scan the web looking for new websites all the time, it really helps if you have the right information in the right places so the search engines know just what your website is about.  This is so they list you in the type of market or results you want to be listed in, so your traffic is full of people looking for just what you offer.  Now Search Engine Optimization consists of a lot of things, but I will cover a few crucial ones now.  Keyword Density is the amount of times you use a target keyword in your content, from my understanding and past work you want to try and keep it at 8% – 10% this means for every 100 words use the keyword no more than 8 to 10 times.  If you exceed that then search engines will consider you a robot or spam and possibly sand box or black list your domain/website.  Now meta tags such as title, description and keywords are also a MUST!  and just F.Y.I. WebPaper lets you set them right as you start building your website, so it’s very easy and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Friendly.

Now do watch out because you might be saying oh I know some website builder that works to, well don’t just try any website builder.  As some build the websites in FLASH, and the bad part about FLASH is search engines don’t understand it.  Not to mention it wont work on cell phones or mobile devices, and as iPad’s and Smart Phones become more and more popular.  You will lose out on a huge and very fast growing market, so just keep that in mind.

WebPaper also offers tons of free website templates to help you get started quite fast, all you have to do is adjust the pictures with your own, and maybe add or adjust some text and your done!

Now it is up to you to share your website with friends and family, and ask them to share it with their friends and family.  Soon you will see the traffic grow as your site takes listing on Google in a few days as well.  From then on it’s just about keeping up with the posting and addition of content to your website.

Best of Luck ! and feel free to check out more blog posts on our Blog for more website building and marketing information.

Website Building Tutorials (1)

We have started a series of tutorials that will walk you through the full steps of building a full scale website.  These tutorials might be more useful to some visitors interested in learning just how WebPaper can help them build a full scale website.

More videos will be added very soon, showing more advanced website building tips using WebPaper and the website building tools it offers.  If you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to check out our new developer community at http://WebPaper.me.

Website Developer Community

WebPaper just released our Website Developer Community http://WebPaper.me , this website community will talk about features, ideas, websites and much more about WebPaper.  We encourage anyone who is looking to build a website, or better their existing website to please check out our developer community.  We have also added more video tutorials on how to build a website, and how to use WebPaper‘s powerful website builder.

Feel free to share feedback and suggestions as well, it helps us understand what users want and if there are any issues with using WebPaper as of right now.  We will do our best to add or fix any suggestions or feedback users might provide on WebPaper‘s powerful website builder.

For more tutorials and information on WebPaper please check out our blog at http://blog.WebPaper.co

Paid Website Builder

WebPaper offers paid users the most flexibility that far surpasses the competition.  Most paid website builders offer a flash website that is not visible to mobile devices such as iPhones, iPads and other popular smart phones.  Along with missing the fast growing mobile market, even search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Bing and Ask all skip right over your website as if it never existed.

Our paid website builder offers wither our Plus Membership with 15 Website Pages with 15MB of storage.  Plus Memberships are for you to use as you wish, such as three 5 Website page websites, one 15 Page Website or even fifteen 1 page websites if you wanted.  Our Website Builder even works on mobile devices so users may update prices, content, news, and more even on the go!

WebPaper Paid Website Builder is by far the best online paid website builder, offering users the best options to install quick apps with no programming knowledge at all.

The Best Paid Website Builder package we offer by far is our Ultra Membership with 25 Website Pages and 50MB of storage.  Along with that our Ultra package offers a 75% discount on all Premium Templates in our WebPaper Website Template Store.

Both paid website builder memberships come with full 24/7 Live Support*  Please review our terms of use, along with our Blog and Development Community.

To get started just login to your WebPaper account, click on the green account button, and choose your membership package.

Image library

The Image Library has been released! This feature will have a great impact on the quality of websites being built by non-graphic designers. Also improving the productivity output and increasing visual appeal overall. We believe this new feature will be a great asset to the ease and simplicity of WebPaper’s platform.

The Image Library features many different types of images ranging from business professional to standard icons. This Library will grow considerably overtime with user submitted images, filtered to give you only the top quality images to work with.

Simply type in what your looking for, find it and then click on your selection. Once selected your image will be brought to your canvas area.

To access the Image Library click on Adding Images ”Image Library” button within the prompt box. You will then be able to search for your specified criteria.

Image Library

Why Flash Websites Suck

Flash SucksFirst off lets just say Flash at times can be useful, but for something large scale and as technology progresses it deems to be more and more useless.  HTML5 is said to be the next solution, but until it’s accepted by all browsers that would not be suggested for use.

html5 is better than flash

Just some fun facts, Co-founder, Chairman and CEO,Apple Inc., Co-founder and CEO,Pixar, Co-founder and CEO, NeXT Inc. Steve Jobs even made 6 great points on why Adobe Flash was not going to proceed into the future:

Steve Jobs

  • Flash is a closed, Adobe-controlled system.
  • H.264 is a “more modern format” for Web video
  • Flash would make iPhones, iPods, and iPads less reliable.
  • H.264 video consumes about half as much battery as Flash video.
  • Flash was not designed for touch interfaces.
  • Flash is cross-platform and not Apple optimized.

Steve Jobs concludes his letter by saying:

“Flash was created during the PC era — for PCs and mice. Flash is a successful business for Adobe, and we can understand why they want to push it beyond PCs. But the mobile era is about low power devices, touch interfaces and open Web standards — all areas where Flash falls short…New open standards created in the mobile era, such as HTML 5, will win on mobile devices (and PCs too). Perhaps Adobe should focus more on creating great HTML 5 tools for the future, and less on criticizing Apple for leaving the past behind.”
But lets just tell you a few really good reasons of our own, here in 2012 that we have found.  And we are sure as time progresses this list will grow more and more:
  • Search Engines do not understand flash content, therefor your site content is over looked.. Hurting your organic ranking and SEO and not allowing you to optimize it.
  • Does not work on mobile devices, does not look like this will change.. and with iPads and smart phones growing in sales.  This marketing is surely growing, and growing fast.
  • Longer loading time, might lose up to 20% of visitors due to this alone.
  • Bandwidth hog, Flash uses tons of server bandwidth .. and as you grow that starts to cost quite a bit of money.  Even with unlimited hosting, they server can only handle so much.
  • You cant bookmark a page, such as if you are inside a store on a very cool product you like.  If you wanted to bookmark or save that page, or even email it to a friend… you couldn’t due to flash being all inside one page… so you must start at the intro every time…
  • There is 100% nothing Flash can do, that HTML5 or Javascript cant produce better.
Fuck Flash

Also lets keep in mind the remarks from Adobe it’s self:

From the Adobe announcement ZDNet published:

Our future work with Flash on mobile devices will be focused on enabling Flash developers to package native apps with Adobe AIR for all the major app stores. We will no longer adapt Flash Player for mobile devices to new browser, OS version or device configurations.