If you’re looking to build your own website, whether it’s for a business, church, club, or other organization, there are a lot of options out there. In fact, there are so many, it can be difficult to focus as compare all the options. I’ve used website builders in the past, and I’ll be honest… it wasn’t the most pleasurable experience.
Programmers who know HTML, CSS, and other languages are a great resource, but for the rest of us, website builders are an excellent alternative.
My experience with HTML and CSS helps, but I’m not an expert in these programming languages. I know bloggers who started with website builders and found a lot of success.
Who do website builders work best for?
- Beginners: Website builders use drag-and-drop interfaces that make it easy for anyone to make a website from scratch.
- Sarting a Small Business? You can get your store and your website up in mere hours
- Want everything in one convenient package? Website builders offer domains, hosting, and the tools to get your website up and running in one place.
This handy chart compares the cost and services offered by popular website builders. To see a larger version of this, double-click and then click the magnifying tool.
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~ Matt Banner