Can someone explain me how to create my own webpage without having to spend any money?
I am not earning yet, so your support is appreciated.
The net is too complicated and needs money for most of the search areas.
I use google blogger. It's free and I've found I can do most anything I want as far as a web page goes.
Macromedia Dreamweaver is fairly easy to pick up if you can get a copy of that somewhere
There are lots of ways to do a free webpage.
Take some time and google it and follow some trails.
Youtube has some videos on the subject too.
Research and learn!
Try starting off by using Wordpress, its free and very portable and easy to use
Some places you might want to check out are: Blogger.com, Wetpaint.com, and tumblr.com. These are all FREE web 2.0 based properties.
Don't start with a free wordpress.com account as you can't put ads on them!
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