Putting freeware on the web?

  Taurus 23:07 19 Aug 10
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I'm not sure if this is an appropriate forum for my question, but here goes; I have created a simple but effective small business accounts spreadsheet in Excel that has been successfully used for my daughter's floristry business and I would like to offer it to anyone who would like to use it, but I have no idea how to make it available on the web without creating my own website. I would be grateful if anyone could advise me of a site that would host the software on my behalf, or any other suggestions that you feel may be useful.
Many thanks.

  DieSse 23:35 19 Aug 10

My suggestion would be to approach web sites that florists go to, there you'll tap into the biggest audience. Maybe try and find one that sends out newsletters.

If you google for - lists of uk florists - that will get you started.

If you try and set up a website to do that, you'll spend a fair bit of time even finding a way of persuading florists to even find your site.

As another approach, find a florists magazine and get them to do an article about you and what you have to offer. In this case google for - floristry trade magazines - or similar.

  DieSse 23:38 19 Aug 10

PS - to actually make it available with little effort on your part, try submitting it to a reputable freeware site, or specialist free excel spreadsheet site - then any publicity you generate simply has to go to the link you provide.

You can find both quite easily by googling.

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