Why Create a Free Website?

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August 14, 2013

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There are as many different reasons to create a free website as there are different kinds of people. No matter who you are or what you do, you can benefit from starting a website! People create websites for any number of things these days, whether it’s to promote a business, spread the word about a cause, or secure a job. Below, we’ll take a look at six reasons to create a free website of your own.
 

1. Give a Website as a Gift

 
Creating a free website for someone is a unique, thoughtful, and inexpensive gift that gives that special someone in your life infinite possibilities. Your recipient can use their new website for anything they want – starting a blog, sharing their passions and hobbies with the world, or even making money online. Many people who want their own website never take that first step to create one because they get overwhelmed, thinking that creating a website is a complicated, time-consuming process. When you create a free website to give as a gift, though, you remove that barrier to website ownership and make it easy for your recipient to establish a professional online presence.
 

2. Secure Your Name

 
Another compelling reason to create a free website is to secure your name, or the names of your loved ones, brand, or products. Part of creating a free website involves choosing a domain name for your website, and these days it’s especially important to secure your own name (and any other important names) before someone else does (for example: www.Your-Name.com). By securing your own name, you ensure that you stay in control of your reputation online. Besides securing your own name as a domain name, many people also secure the names of their family members, products, business, and so on.
 

3. Impress Potential Employers

 
It’s no secret that employers look up job candidates online these days. If you have social media profiles like Facebook and Twitter, that’s great, but these don’t really give you a professional appearance. Nothing creates a professional online presence better than your own personal website. In fact, many employers actually expect you to have your own website these days. Creating a free website to promote yourself, your resume, and your portfolio will go a long way towards helping you land the job of your dreams. Starting your own website is the ultimate way to market yourself.
 

4. Promote Your Business

 
If you own a business, it’s absolutely critical that you create a free website to promote it. The majority of consumers look up businesses online before they buy from them, and you need to make sure they find a clean, professional business website when consumers search for you. Chances are good that your competitors all have websites, and if you want to stay relevant and attract customers, you need a website too. Even if you can’t actually sell your products or services online, consumers still expect to see a basic informational website that tells them more about your business. If consumers can’t find a website for your business, they’ll be less likely to trust you or view you as a credible company.
 

5. Share What You’re Passionate About

 
One of the best things about creating your own website is that you can use it to broadcast your message to the world. Whatever you’re passionate about – a hobby, a cause, an event – a website gives you the freedom to speak your mind and share your passions with other like-minded individuals across the globe. With a free website of your own, you can join the global community and make your voice heard.
 

6. Commemorate a Special Occasion

 
Creating a free website is a great way to commemorate a special occasion! These day’s people create websites to celebrate all kinds of important events, like weddings, anniversaries, the birth of a child, a graduation… the list goes on and on. Starting a website is the perfect way to commemorate a special occasion and share the memories for a long time to come.

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