July 4, 2019
Want to start making your own money and be your own boss? Creating a website for yourself, your own brand or company is one of the best and potentially most lucrative way of doing so. But how can you make money from a website — something seemingly intangible?
There are loads of different ways to monetize a website. However, we'll tell you the ones that actually work and the pros and cons of each.
Ready to make your website, but not sure where to start? See our website builder comparison table to learn which services we've rated best for creating a website.
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|Verdict||The best ecommerce platform with unmatched features, great websites and a scalable platform.||Wix has improved its ecommerce offering massively, with loads of new features and strong design.||It's not the best-looking ecommerce system, but its detail and sales features are almost unmatched.||Its sites aren't as scalable as Shopify or BigCommerce, but they look incredible.||A good alternative to BigCommerce with better web design. Can be confusing to use, though.||Has some advantages over Wix when it comes to sales features, but Weebly's overall platform isn't as compelling|
|Cheapest Ecommerce Plan (per month)||$29||$20||$29.95||$26||$26||$25|
|Try it Today||Visit Shopify||Visit Wix||Visit BigCommerce||Visit Squarespace*||Visit Volusion||Visit Weebly|
* Save 10% on Squarespace with code ‘TECH10'
Websites are the new shop windows and first impressions are crucial when it comes to websites. If it loads too slowly, or is too tricky to use, your visitors and potential customers aren't going to stick around to find out about the great services you have to offer.
Using a website builder can really take the pain out of creating a great website, with simple, aesthetically-pleasing templates, dedicated help and support and easy-to-use tools to change and edit your site.
We've Tested the Best Website Builder Tools – See Which Ones We Recommend
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