How is yolasite as a free websitehost?

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  1. nayaz1625 profile image71
    nayaz1625posted 7 years ago

    How is yolasite as a free websitehost?

    Is is worthwile doing a free website on yolasite. Does yolasite have a good pagerank. I have already sites with weebly and they are doing fine but weebly limits me to only 2 free websites whereas yolasite allows me to have upto 5 free websites. Does anyone have a website on yolasite? If yes, how is the site doing?

  2. nightnight profile image64
    nightnightposted 7 years ago

    I dont know whether yola is a that good. However I would really recommend that you establish your own website without these website builders.

    For a number of reasons....

    -Its cheaper
    -And you can build a more successful website without having the .weebly ending which makes it look more established
    -you wont get those generic templates that they offer

    Wordpress is a great platform to do this with.

    Hope this helped

    (If you dont want to do this cant you create a new email and do it with weebly again?)

    1. nayaz1625 profile image71
      nayaz1625posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks a lot nightnight. I prefer not to cheat on weebly by using a different identity, they have already offered me so much for free. I agree with you that a paid hosting makes ones site look more established. I'll try to learn how to use wordpress.

  3. flash167 profile image93
    flash167posted 7 years ago

    I actually liked Yola however eventually I ended up getting paid hosting.  The builder that they use is very easy for the beginner and you end up with a nice looking website however the builder was not powerful enough for my needs.

    I also found that you could not get ranked well using the free product.

    I would recommend getting your own hosting through one of the larger well known companies.

    Eventually my needs even out grew that and I now use reseller hosting and offer free hosting for a year for my clients that I build their site for or for those clients that I teach to build their own website.

    1. nayaz1625 profile image71
      nayaz1625posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks a lot flash167. I think I'll definitely have to shift to a paid service sooner or later as you suggest. By the way, you seem to be expert in website building. Me, I need the drag and drop menus to be able to make my website. I have to learn.

    2. flash167 profile image93
      flash167posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Unfortunately drag and drop options usually create code bloat.  If you are looking for an easy to use option without having to learn a lot of coding, I would recommend trying WordPress.  WordPress is easy and there are lots of plug-ins.

    3. nayaz1625 profile image71
      nayaz1625posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I'll definitely try wordpress flash167


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