Despite the name of this article, free websites absolutely have their place. Hobby bloggers and even some professionals looking to create digital portfolios can make excellent use of these platforms. However, if you want a site that can grow alongside your business or brand, opting for the quick and cheap solution can lead to bad results. In this article, we’ll explain the drawbacks of free websites and why you might want to avoid them.
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