Build a Completely Free Site - Whatís on the Page?
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Youíve signed up, youíve got a free Web site thatís all your own. SoÖnow what? Until youíve got something to put on your site, you actually donít have one.
Itís called content, and it just means all that stuff on your site. Maybe you want to have a blog, a few articles, some images. All that sounds great! But now, you have to find a way to go about getting it -- without actually paying for it.
Donít have a lot of money or time? You can get the content you need without shelling out too much of either. While you can always exercise the option of creating your own content (just sit down at the keyboard and start plugging away), there are other ways to obtain what you need to create an interesting Web site.
There are many sites (such as The Free Dictionary, http://www.thefreedictionary.com/lookup.htm, pictured above) which offer content free of charge. Thatís right; you get a cut-and-paste code or download a file, and youíve suddenly got Web-friendly content that instantly helps fill up your pages. RSS Feeder (http://rssfeedreader.com/) provides easy-to-use news feeders that help your traffic stay in touch with the world, while other content-providing sites offer entire articles and blog posts for you to use free of charge. When thereís free content out there, you donít have to go to the time and trouble of creating your own. You also wonít have to hire (and pay) writers to create that content for you.
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