How To Make Simple Website For You or Your Business For Free

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How To Make Simple Website For You or Your Business For Free

There are hundreds of simple website builders which are available for anyone and everyone to use. But Sidengo seems to be the best I've come across so far. And you don't need any web development skills whatsoever to make one.

With Sidengo you can make a simple looking website for yourself or your business. If you just want a simple website which gives people basic information, like "about us", "contact us" and links to your social media profiles, this is the way to go.

It is super simple to set up and all you need is email address and a name for your site to get started.

Once you're ready to go, you will be given the homepage with a toolbar like object, through which you can customize the homepage. You can add custom backgrounds, custom pages, custom logo, custom slogan...etc. There is quite a bit of customization, but it's been kept real basic so that people with no web development skills whatsoever can handle it.

If you run a business, the contact page will be vital to how people find you. With Sidengo, you can add many different bits of information to the contact page, for example - email, website, address and phone number. It will then use Google Maps to conveniently place your business on a map so people can easily find you.

However, it doesn't just stop there. You can have a custom domain pointing to the page, for free. This is a feature which other website builders charge for, Sidengo is the first I've seen to let you do this for free. You can also add Sidengo widgets to other sites and Facebook. You can customize the favicon and the app icon, when someone saves it as a bookmark on to their phone. And yes, the sites are mobile friendly, so they'll look just as good on your phone.

Make a simple website for you or your business

If you're looking to create a real simple website, Sidengo is the way to go. It's completely free and offers features which many others don't.

You can check out my example here - UltraLinx's Sidengo page