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Jason Vissers

Jason Vissers

Jason Vissers is a writer and cereal chef from San Diego. He graduated with a Political Science degree from San Diego State University in 2001. He's been writing about website builders, crowdfunding sites, online lenders, and credit cards for Merchant Maverick since 2015. Additionally, Jason can't eat raisins.
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    Jane Moore

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    Okay, thanks very much for the suggestions Jason – Squarespace do have gorgeous sites…but a steepish learning curve – mind you trying to re-design this right now is proving horrendous so may take another look at them.

    All the best


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    Jane Moore

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    Thanks for the helpful review here. I have a Pagecloud site which I love in terms of creative freedom but am getting concerned on several of the points you have brought up. Notably have recently realized just how un – mobile friendly my site is and that I am going to have to virtually re-build it for mobile mode. With a picture heavy Artist sit e, this is daunting 🙁 The lack of a native Blog and e-commerce; especially the latter, is also an issue; currently I just link to my Etsy store. I am loathe to give it up but my traffic is also the worst of any site I’ve ever had and I wonder if you have any thoughts on this ie as a non techie I am unsure if it is partly due to the design interface itself?I’ve had it close on a year and it is reasonably expensive but the help and customer support are great just to add that bit, and they really do work with their customers.

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    Jason Vissers

    Hi Jane! It can certainly be tough to pinpoint the reasons for a site receiving little traffic, but the lack of mobile-friendliness may well be a factor. If you do end up switching website builders, I can tell you that Squarespace, Duda, and Pixpa all combine built-in mobile-friendliness with solid blogging and eCommerce, and are excellent choices for creating photo/art galleries.

    Best of luck in growing your audience!

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