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Top 3 Best Website Builders For Entrepreneurs And Start-Ups

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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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    Ray

    Wix and Weebly are very good and I wouldn’t put SquareSpace in the same category with them. Both Wix and Weebly have free options but Wix shows an ad at the bottom of the page which is a turnoff for me. The free Weebly on the other hand is great. When it comes to paid options, I think Wix may be just a bit better with Weebly being right behind. Just my 2 cents.

      Bill

      Jason, I signed up with Wix and I must say they are great except for 1 thing, all the pages have these symbols before the page name (#!) and letters after the page name (ctzx) in the address line. If their is a way to fix this, I will keep Wix. If not, I need tot ry another builder.

        Chloe Bahal

        Hi Bill,

        If you are using the free version of Wix, the only way to remove the symbols will be to upgrade your account. If you take a look at our review here, you will find more information. I hope this helps!

          Bill

          Chloe, I had the premium package. I could not get the symbols removed. If you google this problem, you will see a lot of people have the same problem.

          Here is what Wix has to say about it:

          The hashbang symbols (#!) in the URL are part of the AJAX technology and deep linking mechanism and cannot be removed or altered.

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