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Webs or weebly?

asked Jun 09 '10 at 21:55

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Neither. Bot are as horrible. I would strongly suggest purchasing a domain name and hosting to host wordpress or any other platform of your choice.

answered Jun 09 '10 at 21:56

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Weebly is better because it has more features, but it is always better to get hosting and do it yourself

answered Jun 10 '11 at 15:26

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I always found Weebly to be better. Although I haven't used either in two years or so.

answered Jun 09 '10 at 21:57

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I say webs because you can post videos for free, games for free, and get videos from youtube for free!

answered Jun 10 '11 at 15:17

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They are both for kids.....

If you want a web site make one.

answered Jun 10 '11 at 18:30

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Jack some people aren't rich like others who can afford the extra bill every month. These aren't the best times ya know?

Anyway Weebly is better in my opinion because it has more features and is easy to use.

answered Jun 10 '11 at 19:01

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I've had very bad experiences with Webs. I've never used Weebly. I don't really recommend free web hosting. 000webhost is good if you want to have custom HTML, PHP, and Databases. For a blog I would recommend Wordpress.com.

answered Jun 09 '10 at 21:56

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I've used Webs in the past but I'd recommend Blogger or WordPress.com. Both are free and are much more professional.

answered Jun 12 '11 at 09:26

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We are using Weebly more than 1 year for our wildlife magazine WEBSITE REDACTED and we are very satisfied from the drag and drop system. When you are not educated to HTML and CSS you're saving a lot of time and cost of a web designer. Less attractive is the shop if you are looking for some additional features you will have to look to more sophisticated software. We manage our Weebly site through a third party. The price difference is small but you get a lot more features and a 247 support. The full package by [iPage][2] is only $AUD11.00 but you can definitely get it 50% cheaper if you become online reseller of their product. You will have some facilities for SEO integrated in Weebly which will increase your presence on the net.

answered Nov 07 '12 at 01:56

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