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Web Hosting Options

Web Hosting Options

This list includes suggestions to get you started as you search for web hosting services. It isn't comprehensive, and offerings may have changed since details were collected. Please contact the vendors for current details and pricing.


NameDescriptionOptionsPricingPricing page
SquareSpaceSquarespace is a way to build websites. For an annual or monthly subscription, we provide access to a set of templates and tools you can use to design your own site—no coding or web development experience required.Starting with Squarespace FAQ$18 annually; $26 month-to-month.
WeeblyWeebly is a website for building websites. The online platform strips away the need for manual coding and replaces the process with an intuitive drag-and-drop interface.$12-$25/month when paid annually
WixOur powerful technology makes it easy for everyone to get online with a stunning, professional and functional web presence. No creative limits, no coding -- just complete freedom to express yourself and manage your business online.$14-$29/month – the commercial entity that provides the WordPress software as a service which is ready to use, out of the box. So, instead of installing it yourself on your own site, sign up at and start blogging. No downloading, no installing — it’s all turnkey. And, all backups, security updates and upgrades are handled for you by$8-$25/month, billed annually
GoDaddyYou don’t need to know how to code to make your own website. Tools like GoCentral Website Builder let you customize your own site with simple swipe-to-style design tools, while Managed WordPress gives you the power to create a more advanced site.$9.99-$14.99/month, billed annually
ACS NetworkHost your site on the ACS Network platform.Blog posts, forums, groups, ACS ID integrated loginNo chargeContact
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The SquareSpace price quote sounds too good to be true.   Unfortunately, it is.   It should say "$12 per month billed annually, or $16 month to month"

Google links to prices by other companies as low as "$20". I assume that the qualifier "per month" is missing.