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.
Not ready yet, but have a question or a suggestion? Email us.
Examples of Soul Sites.
Valentina Sadovski is a soloist and piano teacher in Toronto.
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.
Guides We Like: How to Launch an Hourly Billing Business, The Freelance Life.
Tools We Use: Domains, Project Management, Development, Hosting.