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      Who to hire for Web Site Design

      Which route would you take in hiring someone to design your web site? An established firm, or a private individual. Or would you even try it yourself?
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      It depends on the type of website you need to setup, and on how much you are willing to spend.

      The most expensive option is to have one specialist for each main task (one web designer, one html coder, one programmer, one copywriter etc). You may need more than one specialist for each task, if the task is particularly demanding. The types of specialists you will need, and how many of each specialist, will depend on the type and scale of your project.

      If you are simply interested in developing an eCommerce store, then use Zen Cart/Magento + find a service provider through Elance.com to customise your site. Or, if you prefer to use a managed solution, you could try something like BigCommerce.com
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