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One of the many ways of building a website it using a content management system. Drupal is an amazing and free content management system (CMS).
But off course it quite depends upon your requirements. If you simply want to put together some articles and photos, video etc. and any kind of more complicated operations like user account creation, user profile management etc. are superfluous to your requirement than a CMS would be an overkill.
Simply create a blog - many blogging service providers including Google Blogger and Wordpress allow you to use your own domain name. That is you can purchase a domain e.g. spirderhunter.com, create a blogspot account and point the domain to your blogspot account.
If you mean building a website that you fully own, you need to do the following.
> Buy a domain (e.g. yoursite.com)
> Rent a web server storage to host your files online.
> Build it using a web software such as Wordpress, Joomla, and the likes.
> Then you can start filling it with content.
I wrote a hub about it here, http://themarker.hubpages.com/hub/The-P … -a-Website
I hope this helps!
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