Have you tried Freewebs?

Discussion in 'Web Design and Hosting' started by mountainmom5, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    I just built a site this morning with freewebs and I loved it!

    I went with the premium version where you pay , like $14 something for a year, but that's less than $2 a month!

    I don't like ads on my websites and with the free version you have to deal with ads popping all over the place -[​IMG]

    Just thought I'd share that!
    Viola
    http://www.freewebs.com/coastal-wealthbuilders
     
  2. happywife

    happywife Gold Member

    Hi Viola,

    I started to build a site with Freewebs, oh, about 6 months ago, maybe. I must admit I didn't get very far. I wasn't sure I could reproduce the kind of results I have had with SBI without all their tools and behind the scenes work on my behalf.

    Chicken, I suppose. If I only had 2 of me, I might try out these other things. [​IMG] I don't want to put heaps of work into building something and finding out afterward that it was virtually a waste of time. I have so much on my plate just trying to keep up with the sites I do know are effective! Ugh! I should be doing that now. [​IMG]

    Anyway, I hope that works for you. You are a braver woman than I am. [​IMG] All the best.
     
  3. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    I know what you are talking about!

    I like to use the freewebs for my network marketing info and keep the SBI for information and resources ...

    But I admit , I do get carried away at times[​IMG]

    Thanks for the reminder[​IMG]

    Viola
     
  4. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    It always better to get your own domain name and use free hosting.
     
  5. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    pcwork,
    I tried that but then I had ads and pop-ups all over my site...
    I must not have known what I was doing[​IMG]

    That's why I paid the couple bucks a month...
     
  6. montanaboy

    montanaboy New Member

    Quoting: mountainmom5I like to use the freewebs for my network marketing info

    I just build one this last week,and thats what I like using mine for too. Although I went with one that is about $50 per year,and I like it. Very easy to use and build.
     
  7. FreeCashMan

    FreeCashMan Well-Known Member

    Freewebs is cool. However for a serious online business person you don't want a free website like freewebs. Especially if you have a site with picture and video, etc showing a bunch of money being made. It can give a negative perception. However free websites do work for the right purpose or program. Have your own website and domain is the way to go, if one is serious. There are just somethings one has to pay for if they are going to have an online business or program.
     
  8. montanaboy

    montanaboy New Member

    Quoting: FreeCashManFreewebs is cool. However for a serious online business person you don't want a free website like freewebs. Especially if you have a site with picture and video, etc showing a bunch of money being made. It can give a negative perception. However free websites do work for the right purpose or program. Have your own website and domain is the way to go, if one is serious. There are just somethings one has to pay for if they are going to have an online business or program.

    Just couldn't help myself to respond to your advise. just noticed you had quite a bit of free yourself.[​IMG]
     
  9. FreeCashMan

    FreeCashMan Well-Known Member

    True. I have a program that makes People $100s immediately, then $1000s with no out of pocket cost to get started.

    But I don't have a free website with displaying a long list of money being made and videos etc. connected to a free website I promote. That's the difference. A free website for a free opportunity that makes people $100-$1000s without spending such to do it, is quite plausible.
     
  10. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    Quoting: mountainmom5pcwork,
    I tried that but then I had ads and pop-ups all over my site...
    I must not have known what I was doing

    That's why I paid the couple bucks a month...

    There are a few free hosting services which do not serve ads, but it is always better to get your own domain name
     

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