The best place to build a photography website?

May 9, 2007 10:03am CST
I want to build a site but I don’t have a big budget. I would need an easy to use provider, possibly with a site builder so I wouldn’t have to mess around with HTML. I’ll also need somewhere that will provide hosting. Any ideas? I’ve looked at Clikpic but it looks a little expensive for what it is. £95 for three years then another £6 for a .co.uk for two years. Let me know what you think. Thank you!
4 responses
20 Jun 07
Have you found somewhere? If you are reading this and you haven't, I would gladly help you :) If you want to make it "professional" and see rewards which could cover other areas and help. (which I would do for free) I am a web designer/web master and there's nothing more that I enjoy online than helping friends. (seriously) Just reply here or message me if you are interested. I'll point you to a few good hosts.. I'll help you set things up if you'd like that and most would be offering this :) I will though, ~Joey
@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
9 May 07
Take a look at this site www.freewebs.com/anettehu If you like it. I have just started with mine with freeweb, the program was easy to use. No difficulties at al.
@palina77 (1178)
• United States
9 May 07
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@tiffthone (193)
• United States
9 May 07
It might sound silly, but if you want a lot of publicity, and a free site, myspace.com is the way to go. One of my friends has a photography site on there... its www.myspace.com/anastasiaphotography if you want to check it out.