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When is a DIY Website Builder NOT a DIY Website Builder?

Wix, SquareSpace, PageCloud, GoDaddy, Crazy Domains and more are all very good DIY platforms . . . if you know what you are doing.

If you're a marketer and know the key ingredients to attract an audience; if you know how to integrate ecommerce, email automation, payments; if you know how to set your site up for SEO - well then maybe a DIY website builder is for you.

The amount of times I get enquiries from 'creative' business owners who have attempted a DIY platform only to realise they don't know what they are doing. It's astounding.

As a business owner, ask yourself these questions:

  • Do I want a website that will attract, engage and convert visitors?

  • How long will it really take me to learn the platform to the standard of an expert?

  • Can I be making better use of my time by getting an expert to do it?

I would hope you answered: Attract, Engage & Convert; A very long time; AND Yes.

Don't get me wrong, these DIY platforms are really good and are feature and integration packed these days. So if you are an expert and know how to design-to-attract then they will save you time which translates to dollar savings.

But are they a good DIY option for the non-expert? From my experience - NO

Use an Expert.

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