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That way you have to make sure to maintain 2 platforms and make sure they keep working together, with each Shopify or WooCommerce platform upgrade. It’s a much safer option to use UltimateWB – it has a built-in e-commerce app … Continue reading
What are some good alternatives to WordPress for client sites, so that it is easy for them to manage themselves?
UltimateWB is the best solution. I use it for all my websites. It’s fast and very easy to use. What makes it a lot better than WordPress is that it has lots of built-in apps that you can use and … Continue reading
It depends on the website builder. With Wix you don’t get as much flexibility that I would want, and also you have to just use their web hosting. This is true of similar website builders such as Weebly, Squarespace, and … Continue reading
With a custom CMS you have to keep the coding up-to-date, rather than just install the update – so that could be a huge difference in maintenance time and cost needed. Also it takes more time and cost to develop … Continue reading
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
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
Keep your website builder/platform upgraded, have SSL on your web hosting, have strong passwords. I also like to avoid using third party plugins – you can do that easily without being a coder by using UltimateWB. UltimateWB has a lot … Continue reading