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22 Jun, 9 tweets, 3 min read
7 Resources to host your Website for free.

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1️⃣ Netlify

Netlify is an intuitive Git-based workflow and powerful serverless platform to build, deploy, and collaborate on web apps. Considered as one of the easiest way to host your website.
2️⃣ GitHub

GitHub, Inc. is a provider of Internet hosting for software development and version control using Git. It is a platform where over 65 million developers shape the future of software, together​.
3️⃣ Heroku

Heroku enables developers to build, run, and operate applications entirely in the cloud.

Whether you're building a simple prototype or a business-critical product, Heroku's fully-managed platform gives you the simplest path to delivering apps quickly.
4️⃣ Firebase

Firebase is a platform developed by Google for creating mobile and web applications. Firebase Hosting provides fast and secure hosting for your web app.
5️⃣ InfinityFree

InfinityFree is a free hosting initiative that offers users an autoinstaller with more than 400 different applications, including WordPress.

Completely free website hosting with unlimited disk space and bandwidth.
6️⃣ AwardSpace

AwardSpace offers a variety of hosting services. It’s best known for its free plan, which includes: One website +Three subdomains + 1 GB disk space + 5 GB bandwidth + MySQL database.
7️⃣ ByetHost

ByetHost is an iFastNet company providing a variety of web hosting services. Its free plan features: Subdomain included +
5 GB disk space + Unlimited bandwidth.
Mostly hosting is paid, but there are many free website hosting alternatives, that can serve your purpose. Here I've listed some of them. If you found it useful make sure you retweet the first one. It would mean a lot to me. 😊

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