- If you are starting a free website with iPage as your host– this means that you are not paying iPage for the website that you are building in partnership with them.
- If you park your site– this scenario comes in handy especially if you still do not have anything to put in your site. You can then “park” the domain that you have in the admin panel settings. By doing this, it will allow iPage to put in ads to your page.
- For parts of your website that is still empty, it may show an error page if it doesn’t have anything to cover it up. It may prompt guests that the page is still being constructed. Ads will be useful to replace those parts so that even if you still don’t have anything to put in, something will come up on the eyes of the visitors.
- By covering up the areas in which you still don’t have anything to put on, it will not alert people to errors on your page and would not end up thinking that your domain does not really exist.
These come in the form of clickable ads or pop-ups. Web developers usually go for these free websites if they are still experimenting on their page and are still not sure if they would keep their site for good. If you are sure that you would want to build and expand your site and your site contents, it would be best to start on paid plans. The good thing with iPage is that these come in very affordable prices. If you would go for these paid package plans, it will be certain that there will be no ads, in any form, that will be posted on your page.
You will have the full authority on your page and it will look as professional as you would want it to appear. This will also allow you to really own your page since there will be no other items, ads, or other unwanted hassles that will intervene in the screen of your page except for the things that you would only want to appear. You can set your page to its full potential and can also enjoy a lot more advance features if you would choose to go for paid plans.