Billed as "your personal website and contact hub," DooID provides both free and paid plans for putting your information online.
The free version is limited (fewer themes and options), but the paid version costs only $36 per year, which is still significantly less expensive than hiring a Web designer. You have to fill out a lot of information, but don't worry: You can pick and choose which details are publicly available. The service then creates a guest password that you can share with anyone you want to give access to your private information.
The interface is clean and easy to figure out, although it's a little slow to load the various editing elements. It connects to well over 50 services, pulling together your various online identities. You can choose among several free themes, and customize the backgrounds and colors.
Once you've set up your website the way you like, DooID will promote it via Facebook, Gmail, Hotmail, LinkedIn, or Twitter. DooID also provides quick options for setting up an email signature or submitting your new URL to search engines to index, plus HTML code so that you can link back to your website in comments on forums or blogs.
DooID creates a mobile-friendly version of your website, too, complete with a QR code; people can then scan the code and visit your site on their smartphone.
If you want something a little more substantial than an online business card, DooID fits the bill while still providing a downloadable vCard. Folks who need flexibility to select the information to be shared will also like this service.