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I would use UltimateWB instead of WordPress for that. UltimateWB has a built-in classifieds app, with an auctions option too. It has a lot of features and is very flexible. With WordPress you would have to find/install third party plugins … Continue reading
You can try posting in craigslist if you want someone local. I have clients worldwide and can help you if you want. I can use WordPress if you prefer, but I think UltimateWB is a much better option. UltimateWB has … Continue reading
No, I prefer UltimateWB. It’s a lot easier and faster than WordPress, and your website can also load faster with it. UltimateWB has a lot of built-in apps you can use and customize. It’s really flexible. With WordPress you will … Continue reading
Yes, you can be a website developer even if using a certain platform. I like UltimateWB the best. It’s great for web developers, designers, and beginners too. Got a techy/website question? Whether it’s about UltimateWB or another website builder, web … Continue reading
It’s possible. I would use UltimateWB rather than WordPress or building the website from scratch. UltimateWB cuts down on development cost and time, while still offering flexibility and customizability. It has lots of built-in apps and features, so you don’t … Continue reading
How can you use the WordPress platform to develop a full-featured eCommerce site, without the help of an agency or professional developers?
You can find/install WordPress plugins to get the features you want. Check out tutorials online. It is a lot easier to to just use UltimateWB – no plugins needed, it has a lot of built-in apps in that are very … Continue reading
For a website, I would choose UltimateWB instead. It has a lot of features built-in and is very customizable and easy to use. You can build any type of website with it. WIth WordPress for a website, you have to … Continue reading
I don’t think it is. I use WordPress for blogging, but UltimateWB for websites. With WordPress you would have to install a bunch of plugins – which can cause very slow page load speeds, increase security risk, and may break … Continue reading
Right here. I can use WordPress if you want, with plugins for the e-commerce features. If you’re open to a different platform, I prefer UltimateWB and think it’s a better option. You can use WordPress with UltimateWB for the blogging … Continue reading