And it's easy and costs nothing. All you need is a digital camera. Take a look at www.weebly.com, and learn how to build a website for free.
Here are some more great pottery-related websites:
Myrna Schkolne's www.mystaffordshirefigures.com is a fabulous reference site, with well-researched information and professional quality photos of early Staffordshire figures. Even if figures aren't your thing, you'll find it fascinating. And where else are you going to get the latest insights of a published expert for free?
The Staffordshire Figure Association runs a site www.staffordshirefigureassociation.com that has a chatty newsletter style, and puts Staffordshire collectors in touch with each other.
The Sunderland site has a wealth of information about all things Sunderland, including the potteries and engravings of the bridge over the River Wear. The enthusiast who put the site together lives in Canada, and has never been to Sunderland!
Myrna once said to me, 'Imagine if every collector did this'. And she's right, the internet would be an amazing place.