Your aim is to build a good first draft of your website and then hone, refine and build and improve upon that over time.
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Write a good first draft
So aim to write a good first draft of the text for each web page. Then move on to writing content for the next page.
Start by setting up your website and then get a bit of practice using WordPress.
Then let it sink in
When you learn any new skill you need to allow some time for all of this new knowledge and information to soak into your brain. And there’s no better way to make that happen than to regularly use WordPress and your website.
Come back and make improvements over time
Once your site is up and running you will be constantly looking for ways to improve the words, images, and navigation that makes up your site.
Paralysis by analysis
If you dare not upload any content until it’s perfect, you’ll get bogged down worrying over unimportant minor details. And writing even a few short paragraphs will be almost impossible.
Imagine you’re telling a good friend about your business. Use short, simple, words. Make your message as easy to understand as you can. And don’t exaggerate or promise more than you can deliver.