Where Can I Find a Simple & Free Website Solution That is Easy to Use?

From the Q&A files: We get lots of questions and the simplest way to answer sometimes is in the form of a blog post. This way when someone else has the same question, we can just send them a link to save time.

Question: I have a question that I hope has an easy answer.  My husband and I are a part of a small church plant and we are big enough now to where we need a website.  I am heading it up but have never created one.  I need something preferably free, ad-free, and easy to set up and maintain.  I don’t know if that’s possible, but I figured you would at least be able to point me in the right direction and maybe give a recommendation.

Answer: My recommendations would be Weebly or Wix. Both are pretty simple to use and Weebly seems to be ad free, while Wix has a small fee for having ads not appear on your site.

We don’t setup these type of websites, but if you need support, we have a company that we can refer you to, so just contact us for assistance.

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Anthony Kirlew is the Chief Marketing Officer at Infinion Marketing. He has nearly two decades of experience in the field of digital marketing. He launched his first SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Firm in 1999, and has worked with some of the largest brands online including The Knot and iUniverse.com. His resume includes founding several online businesses, as well as leading business development efforts for the Search Marketing Division of Web.com. He is a frequent guest blogger, speaker and author on topics related to Digital Marketing, social media, and website best practices.
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One Response
  1. Ronee says:

    I’d like to comment on this. My husband and I have used Weebly many times in the last two months, and we have had better than exceptional results with it. I would also like to recommend Google Blogger.
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