How to create a free website?
When you browse the websites of companies, blogs, and everyone in between, you might think, “I’d love to build my own, but I don’t have the technical knowledge or budget.” Well, you’re in luck, Because creating your own website for free is actually very easy! Start by spending some time choosing the right free website builder for your needs, then move on to the fun part: building your website and publishing it online for everyone to see.
Choose a host
Make a “must have” list for your website.
What website do you want to create? Want to promote your small business? Do you want to sell products directly from the website? Or do you just want to share your thoughts and feelings with the world? What level of design control do you want? Is it important to you whether your website contains ads? Is it important to easily find your website in search engines? 
Search for “free website builders” for the easiest option to create.
To create a truly free website quickly and easily, use online website builders such as Wix, Weebly, Strikingly, SimpleSite, Webnode, Site123, Jimdo, and more. For help with all the website builder options available, narrow your search to “Best Free Website Builders of 2021 (or the Year) and check out reviews from reputable third-party sources.
It’s worth doing your homework here rather than blindly choosing one of these website building options, as quality, functionality, and other factors vary. 
For example, ZDNet has a good review of Free Website Builder 2021. TechRadar’s 2021 review is another great pick, and there are others.
You can further refine your search based on the type of website you want to build. For example, search for “best free website builders for small businesses in 2022.”
Choose a website builder based on feature comparison.
For example, many reviews you see may say Wix is number one, but it’s not necessarily the best choice for you. Each website builder has its own strengths and weaknesses – some are better for business websites, some are better for technical beginners, some offer more design flexibility, etc. Consider the following factors based on your specific needs:
How easy is it to get started?
Is the website development process simple and intuitive?
How many ads will the website builder place on my website?
How much storage will I get for free (250MB, 500MB, etc.)?
Can I sell products on my website? If yes, how much and how much?
What does a domain name look like? How do I personalize my domain name?
Does the website builder offer search engine optimization (SEO) tools?
Will my site be secured with SSL so that my site’s visitors are not warned that this could be a security risk?
Every website builder wants you to go from a free customer to a paying customer. They want you to see how easy it is to create your own website, but also feel the need to switch to one of the paid options to take full advantage of each feature. If you’re on a tight budget, limited time, or just need a basic website, the free option might be right for you.
- More storage space.
- More design templates.
- Domain names are more personalized.
- Reduce advertising on your website.
- Increase sales opportunities on your website.
- Improved customer support.
- Additional SEO tools and support.