What are some good sites that provide free or very affordable web site templates?
I am looking for a good site that can provide a good website software for free or cheap.
Do you have any recommendations?
You might check out templatemonster. They have a variety of categories to choose from with various price ranges. You'd still need to find a company to host like GoDaddy, 1&1, or whomever .
I just saw on Google another site called freewebsitetemplates. However I'm not familiar with them. Some companies will offer to "give you a free site" but they want you to them the hosting business.
I hope this doesn't throw a monkey wrench into your works, but it's something to consider.
I learned over 10 years ago that the best and cheapest way to build a website is by using WordPress. Get an inexpensive hosting plan from HostGator.com, Bluehost.com, Hostmonster.com, or any other service that can host a WordPress installation. Stay away from GoDaddy, though.
WordPress has 1000's of templates (called "Themes"), from very simple to complex, and they're all FREE. The WordPress platform allows complete interchangeability (change/add/remove themes and features as you wish. They make for beautiful blogs, or you can build a static website with any number of pages if you like.
Good luck whatever you decide!
Check out Yola.com. They have free and paid options. I used to use them and found them excellent.
I think that if you try adsense you will find your answer.
"best temlate wodpress for adsense" google it choose your template you will find cost 35$ or more so try now to google the name of your template ending by free i mean you will have free template than try to have host from godaddy that will cost 13$ using copon and you will have free domane and enjoy
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