How To Create A Free Website On Your Own Within A Day.

Looking to create a website for free, but don’t know where to start? Congratulations! You’ve come to the right place. In this article you’ll find everything you need to easily build a website at free of cost.

Online website builders are probably the best option for those who have no programming knowledge, but want to get full control over the process of website creation. Site builders are easy-to-use, fast and affordable. These web services let you focus on what really matters – your product/business, doing all the heavy lifting for you.

Using a website builder is as simple as creating a social media account – just sign up, upload your content and start sharing.


Most site builders use a ‘freemium’ (free+premium) business model, which means you can sign up and use a basic feature set free. Is it enough to build a decent website? Well, it depends on a site builder and what you mean by ‘a decent website’. In most cases, free users can’t use custom domains, add more than 5 or so pages, enable eCommerce and remove adverts that the builder places an all free websites.

To get rid of the ads, connect a custom domain and unlock more features, users have to upgrade their accounts.

In other words, technically, you can design and publish your website without spending a cent, but in reality, this website will either display a noticeable advert or will be placed on a subdomain.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to create your own website for free:

  • Ask yourself what kind of website you want to have:

 The needs of your website will dictate what kind of hosting service you should be looking for. If you intend to do business through your website, you’ll need to make sure that the host supports online stores. If you want to create a wiki, there are a variety of free wiki hosts that specialize in creating and maintaining wikis. If you want a blog, blogging sites can get you set up in just a few minutes.

  • . Find a free online website-building service:

There are a lot of options out there; some great, some poor, some cheap, some expensive; so it’s worth spending some time comparing features. Most offer limited services for free sites and typically place advertisements on your site. Your website will most likely also be a subdomain of the host site instead of its own site (e.g. instead of Some of the more popular free hosting sites include:

  • WordPress
  • Snaplitics
  • Wix
  • Weebly

WordPress is an online, open source website creation tool written in PHP. But in non-technical speak it is probably the easiest and most powerful blogging and website content management system (CMS) in existence today.

The first thing you need to do is create an account with WordPress. It’s free and only takes a few minutes. All you really need is an email address, and you are ready to go.

Go to the WordPress home page and click on the “Get Started” button. Here you can set up your free account and choose a name for your website. You will be sent an email with a link that activates your WordPress account. Now you are ready to build your page.

Whenever you log into WordPress, you will automatically be brought to your Dashboard. This is the place where you create new web pages, choose themes, add new features, and do everything else you need to build and maintain your website pages.

Snaplitics is another stunning example of a free website builder. It is relatively new in the market but it is worth using. It has some nice features to focus on. It lets you create a masterpiece with interchangable components and boundless design control. It provides ongoing and tangible support and consultations and helps customers with promoting and advertising. However if you have an unique idea Snaplitics will bring it to life.

  • WIX:
  • Wix is a great option for anyone looking for a freebie. This website builder has an impressive collection of modern templates in over 70 industry categories, what makes the site builder especially popular with creative professionals.

The free version of Wix lets you build a good-looking website on a Wix-branded subdomain. With a free package you can use almost all functional of Wix website builder.

  •   WEEBLY:

Weebly  is one of the easiest site builders out there. Just like with Wix and uCoz, you can create your site with Weebly without entering your payment information and keep your account on a free plan as long as you wish.

The strongest side of Weebly, in my opinion, is its customer-oriented philosophy. Many of the updates they make are inspired by feedback they get from customers. You may want to check out real Weebly-powered websites.

Compare service features:

Each host will offer different services at the free level. Most hosts have a limit on how much data you can upload for your webpage, and this is typically very limited. This means that if you intend to have a media-rich site with images and video, you may not be able to effectively use a free site.

Choose a theme that suits you or your business. Browse through the available pre-made themes (sometimes called ‘templates’ or ‘styles’); you can use the software’s own available themes, as well as browse theme-selling marketplace websites like Theme Forrest.

  • Fill Up The Website:

Now comes the most important part of the lot. After you are done with the layout of the website, fill up the website with quality content that drives traffic. Consistency is the key here . Make sure you use unique text and images to make it attractive and interesting.

  •  Publish Your Website:

Once you are happy with the layout and content of your site, it’s time to open up for business! If you have a blog or announcement area, it’s a good idea to create a welcome/introduction post, explaining the purpose of the site and introducing yourself. This will help make readers feel more welcome when they visit the site, and give them a quick breakdown of what the site is for.

Hope this article helped you know it better about creating a website free of cost. All you have to do now is follow the instructions step by step and land a great website. Cheers.

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