Because this website deals with the topic of Christianity, it can be presumed that there are at least a few Christians on here and, assuming even more, they know a missionary. I as a teenager have made a website that creates blogs for missionaries for free (yeah I know it sounds spammy) I am having a hard time getting it off the ground, and I was wondering if I could answer my own question of "Where can I as a missionary get a website?" with my answer of "You can get one here!" and have my website.

This does have to do with Christianity because it deals with a Christian principle/command, the Great Commission.


No, certainly not, because that question would be off-topic. It is about building websites and is a product recommendation type question, which other sites have found problematic, so I doubt this site would go for them.

Perhaps you can build a community ad: Community Promotion Ads - 2015

I actually just looked at your site only a few minutes ago. I would like to vote for your community ad, if you make one, but I didn't see a portfolio. Essentially, there's nothing there to show that you know how to make a blog site. If there was some proof that you know how to make a blog and make it look good, I would upvote your community ad.

  • oh, ok. Thanks for the info! and that website is an example of what I can do. It's a modified blog. – Jeremy H Apr 2 '15 at 19:08
  • @mastermissions.com Well, it is nice. But you need a portfolio (i.e. at least a handful of sites that you made, even if they are not for real clients). You can put them in a /portfolio/ folder so you don't have to buy and maintain a bunch of domains. Also, you need to fill matermissions.com with more content. I know you just started, but this is what will lead you to success. Also, you might get some real clients by asking around at your local churches. Free is a very attractive price, but people tend to recall that old axiom: You get what you pay for. – fгedsbend Apr 2 '15 at 19:13
  • ok. I will make a portfolio. – Jeremy H Apr 2 '15 at 19:18

From the help center:

Avoid overt self-promotion.

The community tends to vote down overt self-promotion and flag it as spam. Post good, relevant answers, and if some (but not all) happen to be about your product or website, that’s okay. However, you must disclose your affiliation in your answers.

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In addition, I don't think the question you are proposing is a good fit for this site. Question that ask how to do something "as a Christian" aren't the same as asking about Christianity in it's various forms.

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