Free single-page websites for people who just need to post text and links on the internet, quickly and easily.

You have something you want to put online. Your résumé, your bio and socials, or a list of useful resources. It doesn’t have to be fancy: just published, findable, and shareable.

You look at a few website-builders and quickly realize that building a website takes time — an entire weekend at least — to make design decisions and fuss with technical settings. So you get overwhelmed and quit, or you barely get started. 

All you want is a simple, minimal web presence so you can make connections, get hired, or just share something useful with the world.

Meet Soul Sites.

A Soul Site is the easiest way to get your info on the web: just type a few sentences, add links, save, and you’re done. You don’t even need a computer; you can launch and edit a Soul Site with your phone, for free.

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Not ready yet, but have a question or a suggestion? Email us.

Examples of Soul Sites.

Bridget Willard is a social media manager, trainer, and copywriter specializing in WordPress products & services.

Arielle Alipio is a bookkeeper who helps young startups get their accounting and expenses organized from the get-go.

H.S. Cross is a novelist and the author of Grievous and Wilberforce.

Ginger Soul is the redhead-owned, Toronto-based web studio that created Soul Sites (and Downbeat).

Your Stuff: Account.

Company: About, Policies.

Guides We Like: How to Launch an Hourly Billing Business, The Freelance Life.

Tools We Use: Domains, Project Management, Development, Hosting.

Keep in touch: Email, Twitter.