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  Post #1 (permalink)   04-03-2017, 04:17 AM
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I was wondering which website builder do you guys think is currently most flexible and easy to use. Feel free to share your thoughts on this any recommendations are welcome.
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WordPress, is perhaps the most powerful, feature rich and easy to use 'sitebuilder' out of them all. I wouldn't settle for anything other than this.
Just make sure you go the the self managed version on WordPress.org
 
 
 


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Zyro or Site.pro gets my vote,
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SiteMush Website Builder is also a great option. It's really easy to use and has a great variety of professional themes and widgets.
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Site.pro gets my vote.

I have tried many, so i could find a good one to offer my clients
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WordPress, is perhaps the most powerful, feature rich and easy to use 'sitebuilder' out of them all. I wouldn't settle for anything other than this.
Just make sure you go the the self managed version on WordPress.org
Wordpress is a CMS and not a sitebuilder
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WordPress, is perhaps the most powerful, feature rich and easy to use 'sitebuilder' out of them all. I wouldn't settle for anything other than this.
I wouldn't really call wordpress a 'site builder'. You still need a theme that fits what you're going for.
Now, yes, with the right plugins, you can do amazing things with Wordpress (I have a few of those plugins, myself ), but it's not really a 'sitebuilder'.

RVsitebuilder used to be the best of the best. Not so much any more
Weebly is great, and integrates well with WHMCS (or so I hear, I haven't tested it personally).
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RVsitebuilder used to be the best of the best. Not so much any more
Weebly is great, and integrates well with WHMCS (or so I hear, I haven't tested it personally).
stopped offering RVsitebuilder, even though they offered me this at only $30 a year per server as only 1 client tested this, so it was wasted money.

Looked at Weebly and offering to clients, but to use through WHMCS you need to be one of their resellers and they want you to commit to $2000 of sales in a 3 month period. The tried to get me to sign up by reducing this to $1,200.
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Reviews of customers on Weebly is really good.Also check some alternative Site builders and reviews about them.
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rvsitebuilder is great
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Wix.com & Squarespace.com are great too
 
 
 


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I always struggled with sitebuilders... Thinking they sometimes look a bit plain and older looking.. I've always used templates from places like https://themeforest.net/. There not really expensive and they only need a small amount of tweaking like price changes, website name, link changes etc. Only needs a small amount of HTML knowledge but i started using these with basic knowledge.
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I was wondering which website builder do you guys think is currently most flexible and easy to use. Feel free to share your thoughts on this any recommendations are welcome.
I will prefer you to go with RVsitebuilder rather than any other site builder.
 
 
 
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