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So i wanna make my own website but have no experience with coding. I assume I find a website builder (such as weebly) and make it though I dont know the details. It will also just be a blog. Please can you reccomend website builders to me (which require nil experience) and how i do this? Thanks
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I use Wordpress which is good.
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Hiya, have u thought of using WIX
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Hiya, have u thought of using WIX
Wix is also great!
There’s also SquareSpace
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I use Wordpress which is good.
Ive heard wordpress is hard to work with for a beginner. maybe im wrong
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Ive heard wordpress is hard to work with for a beginner. maybe im wrong
Wordpresss takes some time to get used to but it’s got lots of features

Maybe try Wix and see if that is easier
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If Wix hadn’t popped up I would have been seriously unimpressed with TSR, the ads are everywhere!
On a serious note, there are loads you can use! I’ve used wix myself multiple times and it’s super helpful and informative
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Wordpress and Blogger a good if you're going to be doing a blog and not just a website, Weebly is a good shout for something that is good all-round, whilst Wix is good if you want more control over the Website. I'd still prefer to develop the site myself, but they would be my choice if that wasn't an option.
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My initial suggestion would have been Wordpress + Elementor but if you are to use a builder, considering that you might need a premium plan with more features and resources, these are my recommendations: Zyro (intuitive, not too overloaded, easy to use and affordable, good templates), Wix (also easy to use and affordable, has probably every possible feature you can imagine, find example) and Webflow (slightly more expensive, best choice if you want to alter/add code and scrips to the site). If you chose any aforementioned builder, you'd spend less than your approx. budget and could finish your project on time even with 2h per day on it.
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I used wordpress when starting out in May. Not the easiest to navigate but youtube is your best friend with these matters and there are loads of features so it's worth it
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If you don't have experience in coding, using a website builder is a good choice. I tried Wix and didn't regret my decision. Though all web builders have pros and cons. My advice is to read the reviews, they allow to compare the most popular of them.Here I can suggest checking https://www.webbuildersguide.com/ as this source offers a great collection of reviews. Hopefully, it will be helpful for you.
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I also created my WordPress site for business. I used Elementor builder for that purpose. It gets great new features with every release. There's little you can't do with it. Also I found interactive usa maps here https://www.fla-shop.com/products/wp...ted-states/us/. Useful plugin too. The map can be deployed in merely few minutes and you can test the full plugin capabilities before buying.
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