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Created on October 21st, 2010

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joined Aug 2010
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Oct 21st 2010 at 14:44 PM
Looking for a great site that is free to build a web page or a full website. Then try That is where I have been doing all my pages I have put on this site. Best of luck.

Mitch Hutton
joined Jul 2010
location Oklahoma , U.S.A.
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Oct 23rd 2010 at 15:59 PM
Another great place is . Yola has a great support team and tons of great templates .

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Rammesh Perumal
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Oct 23rd 2010 at 18:57 PM
Hi guys! from my personal experience, if you are creating a website for long term business please make sure create in your own hosting account. There are a lot of possibility your hard work go missing on free website programs. Have great weekend guys!

joined Jul 2010
location Texas
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Oct 23rd 2010 at 20:23 PM
I tend to agree with Rammesh about the long term business.

Free site are alright if you don't mind their ads being on your site. Some will only let you have a certain number of pages.

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Scott Miller
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Oct 25th 2010 at 11:53 AM
You can get useable hosting of your own for under $100/yr from many different services. Doing this opens up many avenues to earn more income than using the free sites. It's best to find hosting in the country you're in, so that uploading or working on your sites is faster. Many hosting services offer some form of drag-n-drop sitebuilder similar to what the free services offer to make building your own site simple. Some hosting companies, such as the one I use allow you to refer new accounts for referal fees - mine actually pays more for getting them a new member than my annual hosting costs me.

Once you have your hosting account and domain name, you'll also have email addresses that use your domain name, making you look more professional and helping with branding.

Phyllis McClintock
joined Jul 2010
location Clinton Township, MI
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Oct 25th 2010 at 14:44 PM
I started building a portfolio on a couple of months ago and found them easy to use and you have a lot of choices for graphics, etc. You can also purchase a domain name through them and personalize your sites.

As for my business websites I use a paid hosting service. I feel my accounts are safer with them. I'm not saying the free ones don't have security but when my business is involved, I just feel more secure and it really does look and feel more professional.

My web host isn't one of the huge sites and I have a good relationship with one of the partners. He's fantastic, always responds to me quickly and at times has given me help/advice, the rates are reasonable and he does offer commissions for referrals.

My vote goes for a paid service for your business. I think you're better off all the way around.

Melissa Van Eyk
joined Sep 2010
location Fort Erie, ON Canada
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Oct 25th 2010 at 19:20 PM
Hi Phyllis,

Yes, I agree that a paid service is better and generally comes with good support/customer service. Better quality tools as well.

I have my blogs hosted...makes a big difference. I don't know about you guys, but I was told that Host Gator was the cheapest. I shopped around and found a different company that offered more bang for your buck. So I went with them.

@Phyllis, what does your hosting come with? I mean like auto-responder, url rotator, domains, unlimited email, SEO tools, TE's, unlimited bandwidth...that kind of thing.

I always find it interesting to see who offers what and which services are reliable.

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Tony Denson
joined Jul 2010
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Oct 26th 2010 at 19:09 PM
It is good to see we all grow and learn what is best for our business. Yep I have a blogger blog The last post on it says I moves on to a hosted blog. That one I use for two reasons: to have a place to host my articles and to learn about affiliate marketing.

Moved on to affiliate marketing and the wisdom there is that you need your won website with "capture pages" with autoresponders. Thinking maverick I did not go with Aweber but a private label of it and it worked well.

Learning from my great grandfather I have become like the hardware suppliers for the Gold Rush. Not everybody struck gold but everybody wanted a shovel or some other tool to work their dream.

We all grow. We all learn that it is more than just putting up a free blog and writing about what we love. Growing is winning.

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Oct 27th 2010 at 4:50 AM
Everyone what am i doing wrong my last two pictures are not showing up( WOMAN IN A GREEN COAT AND SPEAK TO ME).Any help would be appreciated.Please keep it simple as i am not as young and bright as i used to be.Ok so i never was bright ,but i was young once.
kind regards Peter

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Oct 27th 2010 at 7:07 AM
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