If you want to have a real business or personal presence these days, then you pretty much have to have a Web site. It's not just a cool thing to do anymore - it's necessary. To be honest, if I'm trying to find information about a company and they don't have a Web site, then I'm done with them. Granted, that hardly ever happens anymore, but there are still some people out there that don't understand how this crazed online world works. After all, not everyone is into figuring out HTML and learning how to create a Web site. Because of that, it's nice that services like Freewebs are still around.
Freewebs enables you to create a free Web site quickly and easily without needing to know anything about the complexities of Web design and programming. A few years ago, there used to be a lot more services like this around, but it seems like many of them have faded away and innumerable blog creation tools have taken their place. Yes, blogs are important, and Freewebs will allow you to create them, but Web sites are still important, too. There are hundreds of available templates to work with, and you can include photos, videos, and even some widgets, so your sites will feel familiar to what you see on the Internet today.
by Brandon Watts on August 27, 2007 at 12:47 pm
Original Article URL: http://www.lockergnome.com/nexus/windows/2007/08/27/freewebs/