How to create a FREE website for your freelance business

Posted on: September 3rd, 2010

If you are new to freelancing and don’t yet have a website, head on over to Once you’re there, you can create a website that’s absolutely FREE.

GBBO is a joint initiative by Google, Enterprise UK, BT, e-skills UK and other partners to help small businesses (that includes freelancers) create their first website. They are offering:

  • A free address
  • A free customisable website
  • Free unlimited website updates
  • Easy-to-set-up business email

They have set a target of helping 100,000 UK organisations get their first website for free by the end of 2010.

  • And, if you’ve already got a website, GBBO can still help, as their self help tool will give you all kinds of  ideas to enhance your online marketing.


I found out about this yesterday afternoon when I was reading PCG’s latest e-newsletter. In case you haven’t come across this organisation, PCG is the not-for-profit industry association that looks after the interests of freelancers, consultants and contractors in the UK.

According to its website, “PCG exists to serve the needs of its membership, which has grown steadily over the years to encompass circa 20,000 people at the beginning of 2010″.

I’m not a member, as you have to pay £120 a year, but I do read its regular e-newsletter and I also receive its quarterly magazine in the post, called Freelance Matters. You can sign up to Freelance Matters for free. As freelance resources go, it’s definitely worth checking out.

Here’s that link to a free website once again:

5 Responses to “How to create a FREE website for your freelance business”

  1. Thomas Smallwood
    September 13th, 2010

    Very good post keep up the good work.

    To Your Success;
    Thomas Smallwood

  2. Sarah
    September 19th, 2010

    Excellent info. Freelance Matters is looking good.

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