How to Build a Free Website for Your Business

by Redeeming Riches on May 14, 2012

If you do business in the electronic world of today, then you definitely know the importance of having a working website online. What many business owners do not know is that even if they do not have a budget for web design or maintenance, they can still create an effective and professional web presence for absolutely no money.

Below is a quick overview of a few of the ways that business owners can begin creating their presence online without having to spend any money at all.


Blogger is the free blogging tool that comes from Google. It is perhaps the easiest blogging tool to use and to monetize, because it is connected directly to the largest online advertiser in the market. However, it does have a few drawbacks and a few less advantages than the other two solutions that will be presented in this article.

Blogger is usually used for a beginning website. It is also one of the quickest kinds of websites to set up, as it is mostly plug-and-play. If you’re looking to get up a quick and dirty website, Blogger is the free service for you.


Perhaps the most comprehensive blogging service online would be WordPress. WordPress actually has a few advantages over Blogger, the most important of these being the ease of connecting the website to search engines. One would think that Blogger would be easiest to connect the search engines, but WordPress is actually one step ahead because it embeds the proper code as soon as a post is published.

WordPress is also one of the easier plug-and-play medians to use. Although it is easy to use, it is also one of the most comprehensive, allowing you to add many third-party applications quite easily through a simple drag and click mechanism.


This blogging tool is most effective if you’re in the UK and want to build a business website. Perhaps the best blogging tool when it comes to connecting with potential customers in that country, WebEden provides many of the easy plug and play options of WordPress and Blogger. However, the user interface is set up for an English audience, which definitely helps if you are trying to solidify your presence inside of that country.

How’s that for a quick overview of ways you can build a website for free!

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