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Liz Hull

Liz Hull

Liz Hull is a writer for Merchant Maverick. In her three years with Merchant Maverick, she has tested and reviewed over 40 eCommerce platforms and published two ebooks on the topic of online selling. Liz has also been published in Startup Nation and Home Business Magazine Online. Liz has a BA in English and Spanish from George Fox University.

We've done in-depth research on each and confidently recommend them.

We've done in-depth research on each and confidently recommend them.

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    Vee

    You forgot BigCommerce! Why isn’t it included? There is also Wix and SquareSpace, not to mention WordPress is you don’t mind the headaches of hosting your own site as opposed to SAAS.

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      Emily Hale

      Hi, Vee!

      Thanks for your comment and thoughts. This particular post focused on our top picks for beginners based on a few different factors that Liz goes over in the post. That being said, there are certainly other options that would be a fine choice depending on skill level and needs; you are correct! If you’d like to check out our reviews for the others, we have resources for BigCommerce, SquareSpace, and Wix for your perusal as well. Hope this helps and best of luck!

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        Jesse Ness

        Love the review Liz! I know the WordPress world loves Woo, but unless you’re a developer Ecwid beats them in many areas. Glad you were able to notice that as well.

        Also wanted to point out that since October 2015 Ecwid store pages are natively indexed by Google so really helped out a lot of our customers.

        Thanks!

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