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20 000 MB Bandwidth
2 MySQL Databases
5 E-mail Accounts
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Free Website Builder
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Free 1 GB Storage
5 GB Bandwidth
1 Domain Hosting
3 Subdomains
1 Email(IMAP, POP3), Webmail
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Free Search Engine Optimization
Unlimited Bandwidth
Drag-and-Drop builder
Display Weebly Ads
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2 add-on domains
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250MB Disk Space
6GB Monthly Traffic
3 E-mail Accounts
10MB MySQL Storage
1 MySQL v.5 Databases
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Free 250GB bandwidth
No Subdomains
1 FTP account
1 Email account
1 MySQL database
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Free 5 GB Space
20 GB Bandwidth
1 FTP Account
3 MySQL Databases
1 Addon Domain
1 Parked Domain
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Free 1000 MB Disk Space
5000 MB Monthly Traffic
Free Domain Hosting
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What is Free Hosting?


A free website hosting is a free non-paid web hosting service, usually supports forced ads on subscriber's website for earning revenue. Free web-hosting that does not make use of advertising also exists; these often come with some limits on usage. Free web hosts will usually provide a subdomain (yoursite.example.com) or a directory (www.example.com/~yourname). In contrast, paid web hosts will usually provide a second-level domain along with the hosting (www.yourname.com). Many free hosts do allow use of separately-purchased domains. Rarely, a free host may also operate as a domain name registrar. Many host provide template builders to make website creation easier. There are also some free domain companies which may provide free third level domain names free with DNS and other facilities.

Some of such popular free web hosts (also called blog hosts) include Blogger and Wordpress. When websites are created with these free website hosting services, the websites get such names as yoursite.blogspot.com and yoursite.wordpress.com. However, most of the free hosting providers are not considered to be reliable.

Pros and Cons of Free Hosting


Looking at free web hosting plans, you may be wondering what the catch is. It's true that they're not for everyone. Here are a few of the pros and cons:

Pros:

Anyone can start a website at no cost.
You can try out a web host before you choose a host to commit to.
Most web hosts with free hosting make it very easy to upgrade to a paid hosting plan if your site's traffic grows beyond the free hosting limits.

Cons:

Loading speeds can be very slow, and uptime is often unreliable.
Even if the hosting is free, you may have to buy your own domain name, whereas many paid hosting plans include domains for free.
Customer support can be very basic or even non-existent.

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