Statistics indicate that roughly 550,000 websites are created around the world each and every day. While some of them go abandoned just days - that's if they don't go abandoned immediately - after they're incorporated, most are given up within a few months' or years' time.
The most common reason why the half-million new websites created on a daily basis don't make it very far is that most people simply don't have good web development and design skills. But why is web development so difficult to learn? If so many people are interested in creating their own websites, why don't they pick up the necessary skills?
Most people across the United States work full-time. Many others work part-time. Some people - mainly children, adolescents, and senior citizens - don't work for various reasons including being disabled, having serious blemishes on their criminal records, and being supported by a spouse or significant other that generates enough income for the two of them, though the list goes on and on.
This goes without saying - for clarity's sake, we'll say it anyway - people who are interested in making their own websites typically only have the long-term drive to persevere with their projects if they're hard workers. In other words - this is a real-world example, too; it's not a fake or exaggerated example - the vast majority of people who will end up persevering and making something good out of the aforementioned website projects are the people who spend time learning about web development and discussing such things with their friends and significant others until their ears fall off!
Don't skirt around and try a million templates
As a small-time web developer, you don't have enough time to play around with a new template each and every time you create a website. Plus, your clients won't be able to readily tell that the template you use for each client is the same as one another - if you do it right, that is.
Pick up more than websites
Tons of web designers and developers only want to build websites. Web developers and designers are inherently good at graphic design and likely to be skilled at marketing. Don't be afraid to pick up jobs like creating flyers and shirts for events.
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