How to Make a Website for Free


Summary of “How to Make a Website for Free”

If you have questions about web hosting and don’t know who to ask, let me introduce you to Paul Steinbrueck.  He is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com and has created a series of helpful videos to answer common web hosting questions.  Be sure to check out the series at OurChurch.Com! In this video Paul answers a question we’ve all wondered, “How do I make a website for free?”.

So, is it even possible to make a website for free?

The answer is YES!

There are companies out there that provide free sites.  OurChurch.Com is one of those companies! At OurChurch.Com we believe that everyone should be able to have a website, regardless of their financial situation.  To find more information on our free option, click here to view our website hosting options.  You will see our free package option listed.  Our free site does have ads, which your visitors will see. The ads pay for the site and access to our easy-to-use online web builder.  This allows you to have a website at no cost to you!  We also have affordable options for websites that do not have ads on them.  You probably spend more on coffee in a week (or even a day) then it would cost for an ad-free website.

So, how do you make a website for free?

Head over to OurChurch.Com’s hosting packages page and you can be on your way to a new or updated website for your organization, today!  You can watch informative videos on common web hosting questions as well as many other helpful videos.  You can also explore the options available for creating a site, which includes web building, web hosting and custom web design.  And don’t forget there is even a FREE option available!  OurChurch.Com has something for every budget and can help you meet your missions and goals online.

Please click the link below and begin building your new site, today!

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Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, elder of, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck and add him to your circles at Google+ as .

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