Looking For Very Liberal Free Webhost!

Australia
February 22, 2007 7:41am CST
Okay... So I have designed some photoshop brushes that I'd like to give away, but I want to place a Paypal donation button and one or two of my affiliate program links. (Some people do nice things for really good free stuff.) But I can't find a free website that allows it! I've found a couple that would let me have my paypal link but they all say "No Referral Programs." blah blah blah. I'd think a "business" free webhost would? Oh and I will show off my photoshop brushes as soon as I get the site up!
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@MsRetro (249)
• United States
22 Feb 07
I agree with oldbuddy about finding a low-cost host instead of free & making it pay for itself. I use dreamhost.com. It's a little pricey for what you are doing ($9.95/mo) but, I have a huge amount of storage and transfer available, unlimited domain hosting, and unlimited free subdomains. They also have a ton of free plug-ins like WordPress and phpBB boards.
@inked4life (4226)
• United States
22 Feb 07
How about setting up a free blog from http://www.blogger.com I use them for my site and have all kinds of links up there and have also had Paypal buttons there too. It free also. I would definitely be interested in your brushes as I do website design.
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• Australia
22 Feb 07
I couldn't host .abr files from blogger could I? (or zip if need be). Or is there a good place for that sort of hosting?
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• United States
22 Feb 07
Not sure about the .abr files but I'm sure you could zip them and put them up. Another alternative may be to just put up a screenshot of the brushes and have people request them by e-mail if they are interested.
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• United States
26 Feb 07
Glad to see that you got your site up. I agree with some of the others, you get what you pay for. Most of your hosts have alot of extra features and add-ons for your website. I use 1&1.com, good luck with your site.
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