Soul Sites are minimal, single-page websites for people who don’t have time to do the whole site-building thing.

Write. Launch. Done.

You’ve got valuable/interesting information to share with the world: whether that’s your résumé, a menu of your products/services, a list of helpful resources on a topic you care about, your latest bright idea, etc. A website is the perfect vehicle to showcase it.

A Soul Site is a single-page website that displays text and links, neatly organized into sections. Soul Sites are super-fast, uncluttered, and refreshingly easy to create and edit, even with your phone.

“Ok now that took no time at all” – Kathleen C.

“So fast, it’s actually kind of disorienting.” – Sarah C.

“It was interesting to see how much I wanted to be distracted from copywriting by design. The limitations helped me get it done faster.” – H.S. Cross


Whether you’re a seasoned professional, a recent graduate looking for work, or just getting started with a side project, a Soul Site will help you clearly define your offerings and make them public.

Sarah Charrouf is a copywriter, digital marketer, and SEO expert.

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

Kathleen Celmins is a web designer and strategist that can help you get more out of your marketing.

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).

Affordable Pricing

A Soul Site costs $1 USD to try for 30 days, then renews monthly at $6 USD.

This price includes:

  • high-speed, dedicated web hosting (Soul Sites usually load in about a second or less),
  • free, privacy-focused analytics (powered by Fathom) so you can see how many looks you’re getting without annoying your visitors with a ‘cookie popup,’
  • 1 free custom domain hookup (you gotta buy it first), and
  • hours of valuable time that you won’t spend trying to learn how to build a website from scratch.

Ready to go? Create your site.

(Or email us with any questions.)

Your Stuff: account.

Company: about, policies.

Guides We Like: The Freelance Life, Inventing on Principle.

Tools We Use: domains, project management, development, hosting.

Keep in touch: email, twitter.