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Billie Kelpin says
Christin Sander says
I built my site on Weebly. I found it easy to use for someone who had never attempted it before. It's not expensive, either. I pay $59.95/year for the Pro version.
that's for one site though right? I have WP on multiple sites and pay one hosting fee per month for all of them. If you have only one site it is ok, but WP is still the better option I think.
For someone who is not coding savvy, etc, I found WP to be mind boggling. I spent hours and hours for 2 weeks and never figured it out. I shut it down, You can have multiple Weebly sites for Free without paid domain. Mine with pd $40 a year.
I definitely recommend tutorials or videos, but WP is an actual skill and you can also earn sideline income building sites for others on it when you master it. You don't have to know code to do WP.
Chrisin: Weebly stays up to date with sites. Responsive and mobile friendly. I moved content from content farms that were doing nothing, and got sales the next day and continue to do very well with sales traffic from the get go.
Here's some discussion on WP vs Weebly http://www.warriorforum.com/main-internet-marketin... it might help to see others opinions as well peeples
Weebly allows you to have up to ten different sites on one pro account, I believe... not just one.
Totally agreed :)
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