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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
UltimateWB – it’s very fast loading, and also very fast and easy to build your website with it. It has a lot of built-in apps that you can use and customize, so unlike other platforms, your website is not slowed … 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
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
UltimateWB has a built-in SEO tool, allows you to choose pretty urls (i.e. www.your-website.com/this-page-is-about-this), and a sitemap generator. The CMS lets you easily add content, which is also great for SEO. Also, UItimateWB has a lot of built-in apps that … 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
To upgrade or not to upgrade. Many times it is clear that you must upgrade, either to solve new security issues found, or to fix functionality bugs newly found or newly existing due to changing technology/internet browsers. But if you … Continue reading
The short answer follows the saying that something is only as strong as the weakest link. Doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t use WordPress, just that you should use it carefully, correctly, and smartly, even if you think that is not a … Continue reading