This is the age of information. Families often feel the need for putting up their views, thoughts, write-ups, and photographs on the internet for others to view. This has led to the growth of a new breed of sites called family websites.
If you have just returned from that trip from Egypt or have signed-up for a cookery course, if you want to share your experiences with friends and family members, what better way than to put all your experiences and photographs on your family website. People sitting in the comfort of their homes can view and read all about your experiences.
If you are a sports fan or a movie buff, you can create your own online community, where people of similar tastes come together virtually. Sharing of experiences and ideas goes a long way in reducing much of the conflicts and tensions we face today. If you have some interesting anecdotes to share or if you simply feel like putting down your opinion about that old furniture in your house or the latest space rocket launched by man, you can do so on your family website.
People spend a great deal of time in browsing through blogs and family sites. People are always willing to offer help in crisis situations and the advice flows liberally on any matter under the sun. You can also proffer your advice and lend a helping hand. As your site becomes popular you can branch into exciting endeavors such as creating online polls or reviewing movies, games and so on.
The opportunities are endless. A good family website can not only be an avenue for people to exchange ideas and views, it can be an idea or an inspiration for many others to follow suit. If the popularity soars, one can be sure that some online company or the other would be sure to associate themselves with the site and that is the time to generate revenue too.