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Top 3 Alternatives To Wix

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Jason Vissers

Expert Analyst & Reviewer at Merchant Maverick
Jason Vissers has been researching, analyzing, and writing about small business software and finance since 2015. His financial expertise has been cited in numerous publications, including The Ladders. Jason graduated with a Political Science degree from San Diego State University in 2001.
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    Cynthia Rodrigues

    I can’t believe Duda made it to the list. I have experience with Weebly, Squarespace, and WordPress. And, my experience would suggest going for WordPress. Reliable and result-oriented platform. To add more creativity and flexibility to my work, I don WordPress with TemplateToaster builder making a great combination.

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      Wayne

      One of the aspects you do not cover is that of DNS delegation/pointing/registration and that of technical Support related to that. WIX expects you to delegate your DNS to them (assuming you have registered your domain name elsewhere) and makes it very difficult to “point” your domain to their IP Address. And it’s easier to draw blood from a stone than to get support on this issue from WIX. It takes days and then you get a canned response that is meaningless. As a techie consultant supporting many SMB’s I constantly run into this issue with WIX. I do not know how those above handle this issue but my standard response now to anyone who does not want register their domain on WIX or delegate their DNS servers to WIX, is to steer very clear of their platform. It is way too much of a headache.

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        Doug Kimzey

        This is a very useful article. Wix is basically a no-show when it comes to support. My website is being hosted by Wix and is basically as unreachable as a Wix support. I literally had to get a support e-mail from The Better Business Bureau (who does not endorse Wix).

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