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I have my own domain name and I just want to host a simple brochure-style website for my business. Nothing fancy, not even a blog. I don't want to pay any more for a web host, is there something free and reliable I can use?

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asked Jun 08 '11 at 20:48

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I would use Wordpress.com or Blogger.com. Sure, they are blogging platforms however, you can make it look just like a Brochure-style website.

It will be stable, free and get the job done.

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answered Jun 12 '11 at 01:45

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Try http://www.000webhost.com/

I have several sites running on them. 100% free, no ads.

Includes PHP, Mysql, Apache, FTP access and 1.5 GB of web space per domain.
You can use your own domain or one of their crummy subdomains.

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answered Jun 13 '11 at 09:23

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Interesting. I've heard of them but read bad reviews re: customer support. But if you like it, it's probably worth a shot.

(Jun 13 '11 at 11:51) groovinJackman groovinJackman's gravatar image
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Heh, well as far as support is concerned -you get what you pay for...

(Jun 13 '11 at 13:13) grooveDexter grooveDexter's gravatar image

You could always use Dropbox. Just put it in your public folder and then forward your domain to the public link. I did it with [mr-shirts.com][1] ... don't ask why i bought that domain

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answered Jun 09 '11 at 20:07

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That's pretty sick!

(Jun 12 '11 at 01:45) ShockerSH ShockerSH's gravatar image

not too shabby. what all can it run?

(Jun 13 '11 at 13:14) grooveDexter grooveDexter's gravatar image

barely anything. no server-side scripts, no databases, no apache stuff (url rewrites, .htaccess). Basically, just HTML, javascript, and anything client side.

(Jun 13 '11 at 21:00) groovinJackman groovinJackman's gravatar image
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