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i want to launch(publish) my site on the internet? so some one can tell me about free hosting?

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That's a really broad question. Try to be more specific. –  marcvangend Oct 23 '10 at 20:40
    
I agree, more info needed. Is it PHP, .NET, straight HTML, or something else? –  BenV Oct 23 '10 at 22:12
    
What kind of content are you planning to have? Text, images, and video, or is it some kind of application? –  nthonygreen Oct 24 '10 at 0:13
    
Windows Azure also has 10 free sites per region currently. –  David d C e Freitas Apr 17 '13 at 8:02

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One Amazon EC2 instance is now free for 12 months: http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/netsys/article.phpr/3909631/Amazon-To-Offer-a-Year-of-Free-EC2-Apps-Use.htm

So that is not free for ever, but very good free hosting for a year (if you know - or want to learn - how to manage your own server).

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If your needs are basic, Weebly might work. A few others that come to mind, but have more limited features for free service are DevHub, Unbounce, and Orbs.

(Sorry I can't add links, I don't have the reputation for it yet.)

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buy a domain from godaddy.com u get a host for free (very simple one though)

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