I posted an answer to a similar question asked last year here at IDEAFIT:
I used Sitecube in the past because it was “flash” capable, domain registerable and I was able to set up a store front to sell merchandise.
That said…if these features are not important to you, then I would use IDEAFIT as your website.
Its functional and easy to navigate
You can make changes without any fees
You can send a monthly newsletter to your clients
Upload Clients Success Stories
Link to your Twitter
Link to your Facebook
Post and answer questions
Upload your monthly schedule, classes and events in your calendar
Post all your locations/addresses where you teach and add a map
List all your certifications, rates and accomplishments
Start a blog
Receive Reviews and Comments from your clients
Monitor your sites “hits”…visits
Whew…did I leave out anything?
I shut down my website at the beginning of the year becasue of IDEAFIT.
I have had greater success and more site hits than my other personal website by using IDEAFIT.
Wishing You Great Success!
I agree with Karin. The cheapest way to design a web site is to do it yourself. There are many online wed design sites which you can use to build yours. At the moment I am building me second site and I use Moonfruit (www.moonfruit.com) and for the domain and hosting I use Godaddy. Currently I am using my profile here in IDEA for clients to see and to do networking.
Good luck with your search!
I did my own web site, and it really was not all that difficult. I ended up paying $70 for the program WebPlus, and the domain and hosting costs were about $100 with Godaddy. If you are looking for a cheap designer, you may just as well do it yourself. And you can then update to your heart’s content and have even mastered an additional skill.
Alternatively, I would also suggest that you make good use of the profile here in IDEA FitnessConnect where you can put a lot of information about you. That can be seen by many, and it does not cost you anything at all.
Wish you good luck.