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|No||Can I use a free website?
In the case of a free website, you don't get much. Sure you may get a website but would you really want to tie your business, non-profit or personal site to some extension of an existing domain? The answer is NO.
Typically, if you use a free website, your domain is a link from an established domain. For example, a free website's url (www.wix.com/byteitcomputing/example01) is an extension of an existing domain. Free websites are nice for practice but not as a substitute for your own personal domain and email.
|Yes||Do I need a local business website?
If you feel your business has reached its potential and does not need additional customers then you don't need a website. However, if you specialize in a service or product, you need a website. Also, if you have special sales and/or varied store hours, you need a website. If the location of your business is difficult to find, you need a website. You can post all or some of the products and/or services offered. Remember, a website is open 24/7.
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|Yes||Do I need a local non-profit website?
As a non-profit organization you probably have a monthly or weekly newsletter. Newsletters can be posted on a website to help cut down your cost of printing, distributing and increase accuracy. A newsletter usually contains a calendar of events which can be updated with more ease on a website. Post news immediately on your website with fewer delays than standard printing.
|Yes||Do I need an individual website?
As an artist (musician, amateur photographer, actor/actress etc.) you may want to showcase or sell your craft on a website. A website allows you to post pictures, music and/or video for all to view 24/7. If you need to schedule events, provide a link on your website to indicate your future concert dates, gallery openings etc.
|Yes||Can't I just use a free social networking
Sure, you can use a free social networking site in conjunction with your own site. However, if you have your own website you can do what you want, when you want with limited restrictions from your hosting company. No one can tell you what you can and can't do or say. When you set up a social networking site on someone else's space, they can dictate content and disappear overnight. With your own domain and website you have the freedom to post pretty much anything--just so long as you pay your domain related bills.
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