Website Builder Comparison Chart

This website builder comparison chart will help you find the right website builder by allowing you to compare the features that matter to you.

This website builder comparison chart allows you to compare the key features that matter and find the best solution for creating your website. Features and ratings are based on extensive testing, feedback and years of experience, too.

Compare Website Builders

Wix
Squarespace
Weebly
Site123
GoDaddy
1&1 IONOS
  • Wix 4.7 / 5
  • Squarespace 4.3 / 5
  • Weebly 4.1 / 5
  • Site123 4 / 5
  • GoDaddy 3.8 / 5
  • 1&1 IONOS 3.6 / 5
Wix
Squarespace
Weebly
Site123
GoDaddy
1&1 IONOS

4.7 out of 5

4.3 out of 5

4.1 out of 5

4 out of 5

3.8 out of 5

3.6 out of 5

Best Overall Builder on the Market Today
A Dream for Creatives
Best for Small Businesses
Live Chatbot Whiz
Fastest to Build
Best for White Collar Businesses
4.3
3.3
3.3
4
3.7
3.5
110m
2m
40m
8m
80k
14k
Design
5
5
4
3
5
1
3.6
4.6
3.9
2.9
3.8
2.3
Price Plans
6
4
4
4
4
4
  • $13
  • $12
  • $5
  • $10.8
  • $10
  • $7
  • $14
  • $12
  • $12
  • $10.8
  • $15
  • $10
Features
5
4
5
1
4
4
Functionalities
4
5
5
3
2
4
Support

Our overall ratings are based on the average score of all ratings combined.

Our scores give you an at-a-glance overview of which service offers you the best features, value, and more.

wix 4.7 / 5
squarespace 4.3 / 5
weebly 4.1 / 5
site123 4 / 5
godaddy 3.8 / 5
11 3.6 / 5

Find out what areas of website creation our recommended builders are best for

Our ‘Best for’ awards highlight builders which excel in the areas that matter most to our readers. If you don’t know where to start, these awards should help you to quickly identify the builder best suited to your needs.

wix Best Overall Builder on the Market Today
squarespace A Dream for Creatives
weebly Best for Small Businesses
site123 Live Chatbot Whiz
godaddy Fastest to Build
11 Best for White Collar Businesses

Tells you how easy and intuitive each builder is to use.

Not feeling confident around technology shouldn’t prevent you from having a website! We’ve rated each builder on how easy it is to pick up and use, so you know how much of learning curve each one has. Why spend hours figuring out which builder is suited to your skills when we’ve saved you the trouble?

wix 4.3 / 5
squarespace 3.3 / 5
weebly 3.3 / 5
site123 4 / 5
godaddy 3.7 / 5
11 3.5 / 5

The current number of websites powered by each builder.

When it comes to website builders, we really do think that the more users a platform has, then the better it probably is. Think of it like a restaurant – if it didn’t make good food then nobody would eat there! A website builder is the same – if it wasn’t good to use then nobody would use it.

wix 110m
110 million
squarespace 2m
1+ million
weebly 40m
40 million
site123 8m
8 million
godaddy 80k
80 thousand
11 14k
14 thousand

A theme defines the look and layout of your site (but not the content).

Having a wide selection of great looking themes to choose from is really helpful when designing your website. It not only helps you create a great-looking site quickly and easily, but you’re free to customize each theme as much or as little as you like in order to really make the design your own.

wix 5 / 5
501 great templates available for you to choose from.
squarespace 5 / 5
81 templates available for you to choose from.
weebly 4 / 5
site123 3 / 5
godaddy 5 / 5
20 templates for you to choose from that support over 1,500 industries.
11 1 / 5

Responsive themes resize your website automatically so it looks great on different screen sizes + devices, like smartphones and tablets.

Think about how often you browse the internet on your phone – it’s a lot, right? Now think about how many other people are browsing the internet on a mobile device right now. Having access to responsive templates helps to ensure your website looks great anytime, anywhere and on any device.

wix
Wix’s templates are mobile-friendly rather than fully responsive, but they are improving all the time. The current elements classed as responsive are: galleries; text strips & columns; slideshows; horizontal menus; and a selection of Wix apps. You can find a full list here
squarespace
All Squarespace themes are mobile responsive, so your website will look great across different mobile devices.
weebly
Weebly’s templates all have a mobile-optimized view and most are now fully responsive, which is great for maintaining your site’s design across different devices.
site123
godaddy
GoDaddy offers responsive themes across all of its plans.
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An editor that lets you specifically edit how your website is displayed on mobile devices.

If you don’t have a responsive theme then the next best option is having a mobile editor. Your site might not auto-optimize itself for different screen sizes, but at least you’ll be able you to tweak your website so that it looks good on the go and keep your visitors engaged.

wix
Wix provides a mobile editor so that you can adjust how your website looks to visitors browsing on the go.
squarespace
weebly
site123
godaddy
11

Gives you an idea of how freely you can arrange layouts and customize the design of your site.

Website builders vary in the amount of drag-and-drop freedom they provide. Knowing how flexible a builder is can save you a lot of time and effort in the long run. If you only want a simple site, you may not want to use a builder with a high level of flexibility. While if you’re after something more complicated, then the more flexible and versatile the better!

wix 3.6 / 5
squarespace 4.6 / 5
weebly 3.9 / 5
site123 2.9 / 5
godaddy 3.8 / 5
11 2.3 / 5

Some website builders have tools that help create the first draft of your website and automatically insert content.

Having built in support and AI-aided design can give you a great helping hand if you’re new to website building. Unsure how best to design your website? Or want to get something online fast? This ‘do-it-for-you’ service can be a lifesaver if you’re short on time or struggling for inspiration.

wix
Wix ADI (Artificial Design Intelligence) is a program that acts like a design assistant for you. You simply answer a few questions and Wix ADI will automatically create the first draft of your website design and insert content. You’re free to continue editing your website after Wix ADI completes the initial draft.
squarespace
weebly
site123
Site123 is purpose-built for ADI. You may not get the same level of creative control that’s provided by other builders, but they’re ideal for those who need a website up fast.
godaddy
GoDaddy is purpose-built for ADI. You may not get the same level of creative control that’s provided by other builders, but they’re ideal for those who need a website up fast.
11

A 14-day free trial.

Having access to a free trial lets you take your website builder for a test drive before deciding if it’s right for you. It’s the best way to get to know a website builder before you commit your time, energy and money to it.

wix
squarespace
weebly
site123
11

A cost-free subscription plan.

Having access to a free plan lets you take your website builder for a test drive before deciding if it’s right for you. It’s the best way to get to know a website builder before you commit your time, energy and money to it.

squarespace
godaddy
11

The number of different paid subscription plans offered by each builder.

The bigger the choice of plans you have, the better you can tailor your subscription to your needs.

The cost of each service’s cheapest pricing plan. Please note, these are the regular prices – most providers will offer further discounted rates for new customers, but these will only be applicable to your initial sign-up term. Check out each host’s own site for further details.   

wix
  • $13
squarespace
  • $12
weebly
  • $5
site123
  • $10.8
godaddy
  • $10

The monthly price of each builder’s most popular paid plan (based on an annual subscription).

This highlights the plan that meets most people’s needs and what it would cost. If you’re unsure exactly what your needs are, then opting for the most popular plan is a good rule of thumb. It’s also the closest to a direct price comparison between builders you will get.

wix
  • $14
squarespace
  • $12
weebly
  • $12
site123
  • $10.8
godaddy
  • $15
11
  • $10

Having a custom domain lets you personalize your website’s URL or address (e.g. www.mycustomdomain.com).

Some website builders offer you a free custom domain when signing up to one of their premium plans. Having a custom (and more personalized) domain not only makes your website look legitimate, but it can also help you stand out and become more memorable to users too! Heck, you’re far more likely to click on www.mycoolsite.com than www.mycoolsite.weebly.com – right? If you want to know more about domain names, check out our domain name guide (Domain name guide).

wix
Wix provides you with a free domain name if you sign up to their Combo or higher plans.
squarespace
Squarespace gives you a free custom domain if you subscribe to a paid plan and for it pay annually.
weebly
Weebly gives you a free custom domain when signing up to a paid plan and paying for it annually.
site123
godaddy
11

An SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encrypts the connection between your website and your visitor, improving privacy and keeping you both safe online. Your website builder will manage this for you.

Having a website that is encrypted not only protects you and your users, but can improve ecommerce conversion rates as your shoppers will trust that their private data is safe with you. It can also boost your SEO and rankings as secure sites are looked favourably on by Google and other search engines.

wix
Free SSL certificates across all plans.
squarespace
https://www.websitebuilderexpert.com/go/squarespace-squarespacechartsslFree SSL certificates across all plans.
weebly
Free SSL certificates provided across all plans, including free plans.
site123
godaddy
SSL certificates included only for the Business, Business Plus and Online Store plans.
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Being able to control your website’s SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) helps you to refine your website in order to improve its visibility online and in search engine rankings

Having more control of your website’s SEO is a great way to improve your search engine rankings, increase visitors to your website, boost sales, and grow your website’s online reputation. It’s a vital piece of the online success jigsaw puzzle.

wix 5 / 5
Wix SEO Wiz is built into your editor and can help you optimize your site for search engines. You can also customize titles and webpage URLs (webpage addresses) so search engines will better understand the purpose of your pages. Wix is specifically highlighted in the Google Webmaster Guidelines (next to WordPress), answering a common question as to whether Wix is search engine friendly.
squarespace 4 / 5
Squarespace gives you full control over page titles, on-page headings, image alt text, tags and categories, which all help to tell Google what your site is about and improve its standing in search engine results pages. See SEO Controls
weebly 5 / 5
Weebly has a built-in SEO option in its editor. It enables you to edit your site and page descriptions, as well as add focus keywords to help search engines categorize your website. It’s not as in-depth as Wix or Squarespace though.
site123 1 / 5
godaddy 4 / 5
GoDaddy enables SEO optimizations for page titles and more on the Business, Business Plus, and Online Store plans
11 4 / 5

Enables you to export your website from the builder and move it to a different platform.

Sometimes the builder you chose isn’t right for you in the long term. So rather than build a new website from scratch it can be handy to export your existing one and take it elsewhere. Note: This isn’t offered by all builders though, and if it is, then you may find it limited to certain pages or file types.

wix
You cannot export a Wix website.
squarespace
Squarespace lets you export certain content from your website to use on WordPress.
weebly
Weebly lets you export HTML / CSS codes to use with another host. You can’t export everything though and to edit your site you will need to modify the codes yourself.
site123
godaddy
11

If something goes wrong, you have the ability to restore a previous version of your website from a backup.

It’s always good to have a backup (trust us, we’re talking from experience here!). Having one can save you hours if you make a mistake or accidentally delete a page.

wix
Wix allows you to save unlimited versions of your website with its ‘Site history’ feature. This means you can restore your entire website at any time, even weeks after you’ve made a mistake.
squarespace
Squarespace allows you to restore deleted pages & blog posts up to 30 days after they’ve been deleted.
weebly
Weebly allows you to undo changes, but once you exit the editor or publish your website, you cannot undo any changes. If you’ve accidentally deleted your website or pages, you’ll need to email Weebly & wait for them to restore the deletions. So unlike Wix or Squarespace, you can’t recover your deletions immediately.
site123
godaddy
GoDaddy’s website builder lets you create up to five backups of your website. You can use these to restore your site if something goes wrong.
11
1&1 IONOS allows you to create a back-up at any time. Everything is also backed up automatically every time you click publish.

Email services enable you to set up an email address using your own personal domain (you@yourcompany.com)

Having an email address linked with your domain makes you look more professional. It also helps make any emails you send appear more legitimate.

wix
It’s possible to get a personalized email address for your domain by subscribing to Wix’s partnership with G Suite by Google ($5/mo per user). Only on premium plans.
squarespace
You can create a custom email address for your domain through Squarespace’s partnership with G Suite by Google ($5/mo per user). Only on premium plans.
weebly
You can create a custom email address for your domain through Weebly’s partnership with G Suite by Google ($5/mo per user). Only on premium plans.
site123
SITE123 has an inbuilt email service. You can create your own domain-related mailbox, with anywhere between 2-10 free mail based domains depending on the plan you decide to use.
godaddy
You can get a custom email linked to your domain address on GoDaddy’s Personal plan and above. On the Personal plan, you get a custom email from Office 365, free for the first year.
11
1&1 IONOS has its own inbuilt email service with email addresses and a domain included in all premium plans.

Having a mobile app lets you manage your site or online store on the go.

An easy-to-use, reliable mobile app is a powerful feature to have if you want to create your site and post content on the go. Whether you’re a jet-set travel blogger, or making a vital homepage update on the commute to work, mobile apps make it super convenient for you to stay on top of your website.

wix
Wix has a mobile app where you can create and manage blog posts, manage your online store (track orders, add / edit products, receive sales notifications), interact with your visitors (get notifications when you receive a message, when someone books an appointment, etc.), or even start live chatting with your visitors when they are on your website! Wix also has a mobile app for their newsletter function (Wix ShoutOut app), allowing you to create a newsletter directly on your mobile device to send to your subscribers.
squarespace
Squarespace has five mobile apps. Analytics keeps you on top of the essential website metrics you care about, Commerce lets you run your online store on the go, Blog gives you the tools you need to write, edit + post across multiple sites, Portfolio lets you sync galleries and take your creative work with you, and Note helps you to capture moments of inspiration for later use.
weebly
The Weebly App allows you to build your entire website (with their iPad app), write blog posts, manage comments, monitor traffic, and manage products & get sales notifications for your online store (using the iPhone & Android app). With the iPad app, you can even create your Weebly site offline (without internet connection) so you can work anywhere.
site123
godaddy
11
The 1&1 IONOS mobile app allows you to directly edit your 'MyWebsite' and keep track of your site’s visitors with analytics. You can also track your invoices and access the help center.

This feature gives you the ability to set up multiple editor profiles for your website and control their level of access.

Being able to share the workload across multiple editors is an essential feature if you have colleagues or a team or that you want to help manage or build your site. You can set different levels of access for each editor.

wix
Wix allows you to add editors with different levels of access to help you manage your website. You can set limits so some editors can’t access all parts of your website.
squarespace
weebly
Weebly allows you to add editors with different levels of access / authority rights to help you manage your website. You can set limits so some editors can’t access all parts of your website.
site123
SITE123 allows you to add multiple editors, but, everyone who is granted access will have the highest editorial privileges.
godaddy
11

Do you have the ability to add and keep a blog on your website?

A blog helps you to create regular, engaging content, which is great for attracting visitors and has SEO benefits (Google LOVES fresh content). Blogging is a really easy way of engaging with potential and existing cutomers, establish yourself or your business as an industry thought-leader, connect people to your brand and create sharable content (who knows, you could even make something that goes viral!).

wix 4 / 5
The Wix Blog feature makes it quick and easy to share your thoughts online and grow a community around your passion.
squarespace 5 / 5
Squarespace lets you schedule when to publish your post (so you can write ahead of time). It can also connect & automatically publish your blog post on your Facebook & Twitter accounts. Squarespace has built-in integration with the Disqus commenting system (if you don’t want to use Squarespace’s commenting system), and has multiple author support for guest postings. See Squarespace
weebly 5 / 5
Weebly makes it easy to create a great looking blog, refine its SEO properties (URLs, descriptions, etc), schedule when to publish posts, integrate Facebook or Disqus comments, and even mange comments to avoid spam. You get given a fair bit of flexibility when blogging on Weebly.
site123 3 / 5
godaddy 2 / 5
You can only add a blog on GoDaddy’s Personal plan.
11 4 / 5

Enables you to turn your website into an ecommerce store and start selling products. Some builders are designed specifically with ecommerce in mind.

Being able to start an online store has completely transformed how we buy and sell goods (just think of Amazon or eBay). More and more money is being spent online by consumers – so how do you get a slice of that pie? Being able to add ecommerce functionality to your website enables you to turn your website into an online store and start earning some money!

wix
Wix ecommerce tools can help you quickly set up a small online store. You can can access even more powerful tools through the Wix App Market (our review), allowing you to bolt on powerful ecommerce platforms such as Shopify (our review) or Ecwid.
squarespace
Squarespace’s Business plans make it easy to start an online store. There are no transaction fees so your earnings are higher. There’s a wide range of integrations you can ake advantage of, including (but not limited to) label printing, inventory + tax plugins, accounting integrations, abandoned cart recovery and the ability to create customer accounts.
weebly
Weebly offers some neat ecommerce tools, ideal if you want to start a little online store as a side business. It provides a fully-integrated Shopping Cart, which is really convenient for shoppers, as well as a secure checkout so cutomer details remain safe. Weebly even has inventory tracking tools so you can manage your store down to the last sale.
site123
godaddy
GoDaddy now offers ecommerce tools and three of its paid plans are aimed at online businesses looking to sell goods. On the Online Store plan you can accept PayPal and credit card payments, use the built-in shopping cart, configure shipping + tax rates, offer discounts, and manage your stock + orders. The Online Store plan also offers abandoned cart recovery so you minimize the risk of losing sales.
11

Enables you to send out emails to a database of users who have signed up to receive them.

Being able to send out newsletters is a quick and easy way to keep in touch with your readers and customers. You can send out updates, news, or even promotions or keep your followers engaged!

wix
Wix’s newsletter creator is called Shoutout. It allows you to import email addresses from your email accounts (Gmail, Outlook, Hotmail etc.) and automatically insert addresses of people who have contacted you through contact forms, or purchase orders. To capture your visitors’ email addresses, Wix has a lightbox or popup function to grab your visitors’ attention.
squarespace
Squarespace’s integration with MailChimp enables you to send newsletters and manage subscribers. To capture visitors’ email addresses, the Squarespace ‘Newsletter Block’ adds a ‘subscribe’ option to your website.
weebly
Weebly’s newsletter creator is called Weebly Promote, and it is also synchronized to your contact list within Weebly. Weebly’s newsletter service is free if you are using the platform to build your website. There are options to upgrade if you need additional features / emails to be sent out.
site123
godaddy
GoDaddy provides email marketing for free with its Business Plus and Online Store plans. There are multiple tiers you can upgrade to if you need to send more mail to subscribers.
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Enables people to sign up or register to your website and access otherwise restricted content.

This is a helpful tool to have if you want to create a private club or offer exclusive content and classes. You might also just want to restrict access to the general public to make your website more exclusive.

wix
With Wix, you just add a Members Area to your Wix site using the editor – it’s that easy! From there you can create an unlimited number of memberships.
squarespace
With Squarespace, you can use either the native and free Customer Subscription feature for free or the additional Subscription Paywall feature ($19) to create a paid membership area on your website.
weebly
With Weebly, you can have up to 100 members on the Pro Plan or unlimited members with the Business Plan. You can see here how easy it is to add and manage.
site123
godaddy
With GoDaddy you can create a membership area but you cannot have password protected pages.
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With 1&1 IONOS you can create password protected pages, but not a membership area.

Professional service and platform support via phone.

wix
If you are subscribed to a Wix paid premium plan, you can arrange callbacks from the call center (between 6am – 5pm PST).
squarespace
weebly
Weebly provides phone support to Pro and Business plan subscribers.
site123
godaddy
GoDaddy provides 24/7 phone call support for different nations.
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Professional service and platform support via on-site live chat.

Knowing what support you have available when encountering problems can save you a lot of time. And professional guidance can help you build your site the way you want to.

wix
squarespace
Live chat support is available between 4am and 8pm Eastern Time, Mon-Fri
weebly
Weebly provides chat support across all plans.
site123
godaddy
GoDaddy has an on-site Live chat option that you can connect to for more immediate problem solving.
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Lets you get service and platform support from other users in offical forums.

Knowing what support you have available when encountering problems can save you a lot of time. And professional guidance can help you build your site the way you want to.

wix
squarespace
Squarespace’s forum is manned by users only, so you may be waiting around for an answer. On the other hand, there’s some really impressive technical support available, so it’s worth searching to see if your question has been answered already. Squarespace’s user forum is on the subdomain: www.answers.squarespace.com
weebly
The community forum discussion boards let you ask for help from Weebly experts or from other users.
site123
godaddy
The GoDaddy Community is a forum where you can ask questions and wait for answers from experts or other users.
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On-site support that provides helpful articles and “How to” guides.

Knowing what support you have available when encountering problems can save you a lot of time. And professional guidance can help you build your site the way you want to.

wix
Wix’s Online Help Center is a comprehensive library of knowledge and should be your first stop if you have any questions.
squarespace
Squarespace Help provides a large selection of guides and videos that can help you get the most from your website.
weebly
The Weebly Help Center provides a wide selection of useful guides that can help you get started building your site, opening a store, running email marketing and more.
site123
godaddy
GoDaddy’s Help pages for its website builder cover the basics, on-site fine tuning and more advanced tips and tricks. For more support there’s also the community forum.
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Our Research 

You’re probably thinking to yourself: ‘how did we get these overall ratings?’

Well, here at Website Builder Expert, we aim to provide you with the most accurate and honest information possible. That’s why we conduct our own, independent website builder research. We’re constantly testing and retesting, to let you know which platforms are the very best on the market right now.

We do this by putting each builder through its paces across six key areas: ease of use, features, value for money, design flexibility, help and support, and customer score. There are tons of tests we do in each area – you can read about how we conduct our research here – and the scores in each area help contribute to the overall rankings you see above.

Looking for a hosting provider rather than a website builder? Why not check out our Web Hosting Services Comparison Chart or our longer form article on the Best Web Hosting Services to help you find the right one.


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    Bonnie
    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!! I needed this desperately and quickly! Very well organized. Very relevant information and your tool for helping to choose works well. Great comparison chart with just the right amount of information. THANK YOU!!!!!
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    Susan
    I have long told my clients who aren't website savvy that WIX is the way to go. Ease of use is amazing and those who want to make their own changes aren't overly challenged by builders like WordPress. Thanks for the chart! Susan
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    • Hannah Whitfield
      Hannah Whitfield
      Hi Susan, Thanks so much for your comment - we love how easy to use Wix is, too! Hannah
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    David
    I want to create a business website for a friend of mine. He wants to have a link to groupon on the website. What website builder do you recommend to accomplish this.
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    • Dan Barraclough
      Dan Barraclough
      Hi David, Thanks for your comment. It depends what type of website your friend is looking for. If he wants to sell products online, we'd recommend Shopify which is the best ecommerce platform out there. If he just wants a website for his business, we'd recommend Wix, our top-rated website builder. Thanks, Dan
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    Grace
    How about WordPress?
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    • Charlie Carmichael
      Charlie Carmichael
      Hi Grace, WordPress is split into two different platforms - WordPress.com and WordPress.org. the '.com' site is specifically designed for blogging websites so, as an overall website builder, it doesn't make it onto our chart. The '.org' version of WordPress is far more technical and requires a higher level of knowledge than any website builder. We do have reviews on both WordPress platforms that you can read below if you're interested though: WordPress.com Review WordPress.org Review Hope that helps! Charlie
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    Nivert
    Hi I wanted to thank you for the great post so helpful when you are just starting out and finding your feet with the amount of information out there! Was wondering which you thought would be best if prodominently the aim of site was to sell products and to launch a new brand. Also do you have a comparison with shopify on it? Thanks in advance
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    • Lucy Carney
      Lucy Carney
      Hi Nivert, Thank you so much for your comment, I'm so glad we could help you out! I would recommend checking out Shopify if you're really serious about online selling, as it's the best all-round ecommerce platform on the market. It'll help you establish your brand and you'll have loads of sales tools to boost your store. If you've got more of a focus on your brand and want lots of creative control, check out our review on Wix eCommerce. It gives you loads of customization over your store's design, along with a good range of sales tools - it's the best website builder with ecommerce functions. We have quite a few Shopify comparisons - here's our Ecommerce Website Builder Comparison Chart so you can see how it ranks. We even have a Wix vs Shopify comparison in case you're stuck between them! I hope that helps - let us know which one you choose! Best, Lucy
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    Peter
    Charlie please kindly help me with the creating of a job posting website
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    • Charlie Carmichael
      Charlie Carmichael
      Hi Peter, Unfortunately we don't create websites, just review ways of making them. If you've got an afternoon to spare, we're sure you could build a website yourself using any of these fantastic platforms. Best of luck! Charlie
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    Timika
    Thank you for the great information!
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    aimee
    Are there any website builders that translate with google translate or do you have to create a duplicate site for each language, as WIX and Squarespace suggest?
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    • Charlie Carmichael
      Charlie Carmichael
      Hi Aimee, Thanks for your comment. Jimdo integrates seamlessly with Google Translate and can automatically translate your site into 60 different languages! Hope that helps, Charlie
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    Mary Pat Cross
    Just beginning to review and wonder have you researched what works best for photography sites. Thank you.
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    Sam
    Nice write- up for the beginners. Thank you so much for sharing this amazing read.