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2001
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Silver Spring, MD
Jason Vissers

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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    Shasa Mc

    I’ve tried weebly, and wix, and found both lag , a lot. I’m not a newbie at this stuff, but have had to jiggle a lot towards learning. WordPress.com, I find quite easy, but the hosting steep, which is why I’m looking an easy website builder, that ‘ONLY charges Monthly’ towards building ‘an Author page’ for a few ebooks. Of course, a blog is essential towards explaining the books, and photos. I have purchased two domains of godaddy, towards transferring, and I’m struggling to find, one appropriate, Your advice would be appreciated

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      Jason Vissers

      Hi Shasa! Website builders that might fit the bill for you include Squarespace (good for blogging, crisp templates/images), Strikingly (great for one-page sites, decent for blogging) and uKit (intuitive editor, good for blogging). Each of these website builders offers monthly subscriptions in addition to yearly subscriptions, though yearly subscriptions are discounted a bit 🙂

      Cheers,
      Jason

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