New website

james_rasel - Mar 13, 2009 at 08:56 AM
peisenmann Posts 6 Registration date Saturday March 21, 2009 Status Member Last seen March 21, 2009 - Mar 21, 2009 at 08:37 PM
I want open personal website for my company name.

please advise me ,how to get it?


2 responses

darkshadow3 Posts 2 Registration date Thursday March 12, 2009 Status Member Last seen March 13, 2009
Mar 13, 2009 at 10:52 PM
try ....u can make a free website there'
peisenmann Posts 6 Registration date Saturday March 21, 2009 Status Member Last seen March 21, 2009
Mar 21, 2009 at 08:37 PM
It depends on the level of professionalism you want and the amount you're willing to spend. Obviously, the better you want it to be, the more it'll cost.

As the previous user noted, there are free do-it-yourself solutions like If you're a really small business, this is probably a great choice for now. You won't be able to enhance your site with custom server-side programming, like PHP, ASP, or Python, but if all you want is a place to put pictures, phone numbers, email addresses, and paragraphs of text (i.e. static content), then that's the solution for you. If you'd like to provide dynamic content like forums, blogs, and the like, you'll need a paid-for solution.

If you decide on a free solution, I'd also suggest

If you decide on a paid-for solution, you have to decide if you want to make it yourself, or if you're going to pay someone. Paying a professional can cost from $500 to $2500+ depending on how nice and fancy the site will be. If you can afford it, this will pretty much always be your best option.

If you decide to make it yourself, you'll need hosting and a domain. Hosting is server hard-drive space for your site to live (Can even be an always on computer at your house if you know what you're doing and / or ask a new question about this) and a domain is like

Hosting varies widely in price. You can host a site at for a few dollars a year on their pay as you go service if you have lower requirements and are willing to figure out their interface. You can also pay from $65 to nearly $3,000 a year to a major hosting company like which offers greater customer support and 1-click addons like MediaWiki.

Domains vary in price by registrar (company you pay to get it for you) and gTLD (.com, .net, .ca, .org, etc). First, check for the name you want, probably If that is not taken, you'll need to use a registrar (probably the same one you do your hosting with) to buy it. .com domains run from $7 to $13 a year. Any more than that is probably a rip-off.

Even if you decided on, I'd suggest purchasing the domain name you want and having it point to your site. It has a much more professional look to it.