It's fine. You can get domain names so cheap (where I get them it's £6.09 for 2 years) so might be worth investing in one that you can forward to your free webpage. At least if you have business cards/posters up etc. you can advertise your webpage as something more memorable iyswim
looks good - well done for getting online!
To be honest one page like that is really all you need for a small business - it's a kind of virtual business card rather than a huge online resource.
If I was getting nitpicky I'd capitalise the Is in the first sentence and phrase it as 'I have 14 years of experience as a nanny', but that's personal choice
Agree with getting a domain so you have a more memorable web address - you can also use it for email, so you could put email@example.com or something on your adverts if you wanted to keep your aol address for personal use.
katzg - that's kind of what I meant but didn't want to be too harsh!
New email address def a good idea, even if you just set it up to forward to your other account. Personally I think it's a good thing to keep all professional and personal contact details strictly seperate - but it's obviously an bit different if you're working in your home as with childminding.
Hi caroline, just been reading the posts, i created a web site on www.freewebs.com and created a website on there, it gives u loads of space to put hundreds of pages on. I then went onto www.dot.tk and changed to a domain name and my website is now www.kppoohbearchildcare.tk.