The WordPress website builder is the most popular in the world. Each and every one of us has looked at thousands of WordPress sites in our lifetime, and it’s not really a secret as to how this website builder has come to be one of the more popular solutions on the market.
If you’ve started your research with WordPress, you may have noticed that two WordPress options are available. One of them is called WordPress.org and the other WordPress.com. Confusing, right?
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If you haven’t heard of Jimdo, you might want to give it a look, because although it’s not exactly the most popular website builder on the market, the pricing is pretty tempting for the amount of features you receive.
A free pricing plan is available, which is always nice for those who just want to make a simple site with ramblings, or for people who are not willing to fork over payment information for a free trial.
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Standing out in today’s online world is a tall task, but luckily you don’t have to be a website developer to make it happen. The only problem is that many website builders combine watered down features with rehashed designs so that you’re never left with a chance to make your company look good online.
That’s why the IMCreator website builder makes me stop and think. They claim that it’s not your average drag and drop designer, so that’s enough for me to dive in and figure out why it’s so unique.
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If you listen to podcasts or watch TV, chances are you have heard or seen some of the ads from Squarespace.
It may get you wondering: Just how could a newer company make website development any different, or easier for that matter?
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You may know GoDaddy from the many controversial, and completely non-relevant commercials it has been known to air during Super Bowls. It’s a domain name company, and they’ve been doing pretty good business for quite some time now.
Which makes things interesting, because GoDaddy has expanded into quite a few other businesses, from website building to security, and if you’ve ever tried to walk through a domain name purchase on GoDaddy, you know that they try to upsell you on just about everything.
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