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Table of Contents Preface Chapter # 1: Why You Need To Have a Website Everyone is Online Cheap Advertising Let Your Skills Be Discovered Make Money Share Valuable Tips to Change the World Share Your Life Chapter # 2: Pros and Cons of Free Websites Pros of Free Websites Free Domain Name Free Storage Free Website Builder Monetization Cons of Free Websites Unattractive Domain Names Limited Storage Space You Can Lose Your Website No Additional Features Lack of Trust Ads on Your Website Chapter # 3: Free Website Providers Compared Weebly Drag and Drop Website Builder Easy to Use Difficult to Migrate Unattractive Themes Jimdo Easy to Use A Selection of Themes Ads with Free Plan WordPress Lots of themes to choose from Versatile and Customizable Has a Learning Curve You Pay for Advanced Features Wix Customizable Easy to Use Ads on the Free Plan Blogger Easy to Get Started Does Not Contain a Lot of Templates Make Money Chapter # 4: Signing up for a Website Easy to remember It must be short Must be meaningful Avoid hyphens and numbers Chapter # 5: Tips for Creating Great Content Have an attractive heading Add Value Update Regularly Make it Engaging Content should be scannable Make sure your content is accurate Chapter # 6: Introduction to SEO The Importance of SEO It improves your rankings Cost effective Improves your website's friendliness How to Do Basic SEO Use Keywords Strategically Add keywords to images Have inbound links Link to external websites Update Regularly Make it easy to navigate Don't buy links Chapter # 7: How to Promote Your Website Guest blogging Social Media Use Forums Tell it to friends Share free stuff Conclusion References Author Bio Publisher Preface Decades ago, it was only big companies that could afford to have websites. Fast forward to today, and an average Joe can have one running in minutes. There are now a lot of companies providing website services, driving costs down on the part of consumers. Making it even better, some of these companies are generous enough to let you have a website without paying anything. However, it's not everyone who knows how to get a free website. Besides, having a lot of companies that provide the same thing can leave you confused and not knowing which one to choose. Actually, if you are not careful, you can end up paying a high price for something that was advertised as free. This book will act as your guide to getting a free website. But, as you may know, free usually comes at a cost. So, we will look at the pros and cons of going down this road. I will then show you how easy it can be to set up a free website. But, since a website will do nothing on its own, I will also give you tips on how you can increase traffic with great content, SEO, and other methods. I'm sure you will find this book useful,so without wasting any more time, let's get started, because a free website awaits you.
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Build a Website for Free Build yourself a state-of-the-art website.It’s incredibly easy... and it won’t cost you a dime! You need a website. But you don’t need the hassles that usually go with building one, or the expense of hiring someone else to do it. Here’s your solution: Build a Website for Free! You’ll learn how you can use new Web 2.0 technologies to create a site that’s impressive and effective. And here’s the best part: You’ll do it all with software and tools that won’t cost you a dime! • Plan, organize, and design a site that really works, using tools you can find for free • Discover the simple secrets of writing pages people want to read • Use video on your site—and get someone else to pay for hosting it • Add an easy-to-update blog and start building your own web community • Quickly and easily handle “nuts and bolts” tasks, from getting your site name to uploading your content • Get your site picked up by Google, Yahoo!, and other search engines • Adapt your site for easy viewing on cell phones Mark Bell is a Ph.D. student in the Indiana University Telecommunications department. He studies virtual worlds and mediated trust with the Synthetic Worlds Initiative and has spent 15 years in the computer industry. Mark created his first website in 1992, ran a web design company in the ‘90s, and consults on several academic web projects. CATEGORY: Internet/Web