Before anything, you will need a domain name for your project and a place to host it – a web host.
There are a few options available for you, both free and paid. Depending on what you want to do, how big and important your project is going to be, or whether is going to be a testing / fun project, you should choose the option that suits you best.
Here is the list of tutorials available – free and paid:
This is the cheapest method to start your faucet and it also has pretty high chances of succeeding. As I've mentioned in a former post, most advertising networks won't accept your faucet if you have a free domain name (like a .TK), but you can use a free webhost service such as the one provided by 000webhost. Buying a domain The first thing you need to do is choose a domain. Have a look at this tld-list, pick a TLD and select the cheapest registrar for that domain. For example, let's say you want to buy a .PRO domain. Sort ...Read More
Registering a domain and getting a paid web hosting plan has become so easy that a tutorial isn't required. However, we are going to talk about prices. Keep in mind: You won't need high server resources for running a faucet so choosing the cheapest hosting plan is enough. When installing the faucet script, you will need to create a new database so make sure you save the dashboard (cpanel) address, username and password, provided by the hosting company. Most hosting plans are billed yearly, so even if it seems to be cheap (around $3 per month), keep in mind that ...Read More
Using a free domain name and free web hosting isn't something I would recommend unless you're really new at this and you want to experiment first with a faucet site before actually putting money in it. Using free services isn't recommended because: Many ad networks don't accept free domain names If you go for a free hosting plan, expect service interruptions, delay in site response, limited resources, etc Overall, if you're willing to accept a mediocre service, let's continue. OPTION 1: Free domain name from Freenom and free web hosting from 000Webhost A TLD stands of Top Level Domain and ...Read More