We are a non-denomination publication work. I have been on GoDaddy for years. Our publication is printed bi-monthly. I place each issue online using MyDrive/Chrome link. It is available to the public for anyone to read. I have 8 years of files on our website now. I am wondering if this is the best way for us to continue. Right now I am having problems with my PDF files. I was using Adobe Acrobat Reader. I would prefer not to pay them a monthly fee. Finances are limited. I use the cute-PDF program and then compile the 12 pages each issue on My Drive then link it to the website. Any ideas. I would appreciate it very much. Our website is 7thtrumpetpublication.com.
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Is your concern creating the PDFs for free? Or having them off or on your website?
There are several free programs that create PDFs. My word processing program which is free, OpenOffice, includes the option to "Save as PDF" with security options too.
W+M allows you to upload PDFs to your website so the files are stored there instead of off-site. Not sure if having 8 years of copies is of value -- only you know that for sure.
Maybe if you can explain in more detail exactly what your concern is? I'm happy to help! 😉
Your existing workflow of uploading the files to a file sharing service and then creating links gives you the most flexibility to organize the links on your site.