good storage for video and lots of photo’s to add capability with contact page, and shopping cart up to 4 or 5 items to sell. It seems like I am asking for the moon, but have heard of these types of Websites. Just want the one rated the best of course with excellent customer service that is one of the most important things. Also being able to work on this website easily. Don’t understand 2nd level domain name. And have also heard of some companies giving you optimization on the search engines. Can anyone help me without any cutting comments. Thanks in advance.
These are the type of things you have to look at when you’re looking at tools like Clickfunnels, with Lead Pages, sure it would hurt a little but it’s a page builder those are a dime a dozen- However, when you have your entire business integrated it a system that’s dangers.
I would advice you – base on website templates – if you will find good website which fully correspond to a topic of your site – then you will get a great website for sure. Firstly try these three: Wix, Jimdo, Weebly – they have a huge collection of web template. This is in case that your website doesn’t contain shopping cart. In other case pay your attention to Shopify and Bigcommerce – but they aren’t free as the first ones.
A web based marketing funnel is usually a series of web pages that incorporate lead generation that turns visitors to prospects and a sales system that turns prospects into customers… All within a few pages.
but some how i feel, wix needs lot of improvements when it comes to SEO. Recently I designed 2 websites one in Wix and other in WordPress (Both are on Free Plan), when i submitted my sitemap to google for indexing, i could easily index wordpress, wix failed in many aspects (with the Same content). another issue i found while working on my wix website that many times it doesn’t save even after you save and publish. i had to resubmit the content once again. designing wix for mobile site is again a difficult task.
To get your message out these days, you probably rely on Facebook and Twitter, with maybe a helping of Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Tumblr. That’s sensible, but if you want an internet presence that truly represents you or your organization, you also need a customized website of your own. A real website, as opposed to a social media page, gives you complete control over design and content. This lends credibility to your business, organization, or personal brand. You can only look so distinctive on Facebook, but on your own site, you can realize a true brand image, offer products for sale, and integrate a multitude of third-party web services.
To market your course online, you will require an ecommerce platform as this will allow you to charge and accept payments for it. The biggest ecommerce platforms are Shopify and BigCommerce, both of which allow you to create member ares on your site/store.
Clickfunnels is a basic tool that you can use to build out. what I would like to consider funnels or sales pages. Anything that you really going to utilizing to start selling online delivering your products marketing them selling them.
I’m not going to demo the above funnel as it’s a bit extensive, but the process is the same as with the opt-in funnel, you choose the steps for your funnel, the fully customizable steps and layouts, and start driving traffic!
Customer support is VERY important to me! I spent most of my day trying to get through to support on my current web hosting yesterday! Ugggg. I really just want to be an artist..not be in the business of building websites! But unfortunately, being an artist also means cost is an important factor too.
I’d suggest you take a look at Shopify or Bigcommerce, as both are online store focused builders, and both have flexibility to create quite a bit of custom tools / functions that can match your needs.
I think all of them are capable of helping you build websites. So in a way it doesn’t really matter where you are located as long as you select one that you enjoy working with. They all have different tools and user interface so it’s worth testing a couple of them out before deciding.
I did not expect the business world to change as it did and I did not pay attention; our website went up for sale, the cost of retrieval was about $600.00 and we did not think it was defiantly not worth it.
I’ve noted you and others find SquareSpace more expensive than say Wix & Weebly, yet in the price charts comparisons I’ve made, Weebly can be more expensive in the higher end or so it appears. One needs to look on the websites’s pricing charts to see all their pricing lists (tedious) and ask the questions (e.g., “Does SquareSpace provide SSL”). I figure you are the ones who make this your business to assist and guide us, right?
The question is which website builder you ultimately feel comfortable working with. It also depends on which design template you prefer to use. If you are looking for the easiest website builder to use, I’d suggest testing out Weebly. If you want something a bit more interactive with sliding backgrounds (for instance), Wix has a lot of templates and tools to allow you to do that.
So at the end of the day it’s a personal preference. I’m can’t say for certainty that Google prefer mobile responsive websites (such as Squarespace) over separate mobile sites (such as Wix). I think as long as there is some sort of mobile site, then you’ll be okay.
I am interested to know why you wouldn’t suggest WordPress? Sure it is a bit more complicated but it adds a ton more options over sites like Wix. I personally hate Wix and Weeebly. I have never used Squarespace. I do have two friends who love Wix it just isn’t for me. Just feel like WordPress deserves a shout out. 🙂