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What Website Builder Should I Use?

By boetdeman ·
My fellow humans!

As I am about to start a simple blogging website, I decided to seek enlightenment from you guys, here is the question:
What is the, for me, most appropriate website builder?

Here are my requirements:
- unlimited posting
- cheap (rather free)
- allows domain name
- easy to use
- not many ads on the site

It would be awesome to receive a reply. ?
Thank you so much!
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here are literally tons of website builders you could choose—
• Squarespace
Incredibly well designed. Beautiful themes.
• Weebly
Perfect for anyone looking for something easy to use.
• Format
Excellent portfolio builder.
• webflow
Great tool for professional designers.
• shopify
The best ecommerce website builder.
• wix
True drag-and-drop. Offers detailed control of websites.
• strikingly
The best website builder for one page websites.
• voog
Good for multilingual websites.
• wordpress.com
Great for blogs and users familiar with Wordpress.
• woo commerce
Good for users already familiar with Wordpress.
• Ecwid
Lets you add ecommerce to an existing website.
• Jumpseller
Strong multi-language ecommerce website builder.
• Ucraft
Flexible design editor.
Beautiful themes— but overwhelming to use.
• SnapPages
Provides the basics.
• DudaOne
Tricky to get a handle on.
• uKit
Easy editor but too simple.
• Sitey
Same as WebsiteBuilder.com.
• Google Sites
Best used as an intranet to connect Google products.

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What Website Builder Should I Use?

by Pelvery In reply to What Website Builder Shou ...

Actually, your requirements are pretty basic so you can choose almost any website builder. I'd stop on one of these:
They'll be quite fine if you don't have any experience

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