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  1. DavidL

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    I am looking for a web hosting site that is...

    1. FREE of charge (or nearly so).
    2. Will allow you to post a video or pdf file describing a product for sale on a different site but NOT theirs.
    3. Will allow you to post a link on the site where the product is for sale to their site.
    4. Clicking on the link takes anyone directly to the video, pdf, etc. without requiring the person to pay, register, or jump through any "hoops" to access it.

    Is this a dream, or does such a site exist?
     
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    Check these

    1. Biz.nf (PHP, MySQL, WordPress, Joomla, Free .co.nf domain, No ads)
    2. Free Hosting EU (Blog / Site builder, No ads, Free .eu.pn domain)
    3. Wix.com (Easy Website builder: html5, Flash, mobile, blogs, etc.)
    4. AwardSpace.net (PHP, MySQL, Email Sending, No Ads, Free subdomain)
    5. Biz.ly (Website & Blog builder, Photo album, Free .biz.ly domain)
    6. ByetHost.com (PHP, MySQL, PHPbb, SMF, Wiki, Free subdomain)
    7. Host-ed.net (PHP, MySQL, 1-click Scripts, No Ads, Free subdomain)
    8. x10Hosting.com (Support cPanel, PHP, FTP, No ads, Free subdomain)
    9. Yola.com (Visual website builder, add videos, photos, shopping cart)
    10. Webs.com (Easy site builder, blog, forms, polls, Free subdomain)
     
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    I've personally used x10hosting, its a simple free host which will cover you for your simple needs.
     
  4. This is exceptionally easy to do, however it's a "get what you pay for".

    The more traffic you get, the most money it will cost. However, a simple store front shouldn't be hard.

    When you start adding ecommerce (take payments etc), you automatically jump in cost, unless you do it via paypal.
     

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