Right after I had started to explore online site builders, I noticed that these tools had standardized ways of creating sites.
However, I soon realized that some of these builders were providing new and innovative ways to let their users create their websites. More specifically, these builders were Wix and Jimdo.
The differences between a blog and website might be obvious for some. But even though I have been online since the mid-nineties, the differences are still difficult to see.
Recently, I have been giving this question a thought because – and let’s be honest – if someone asked me about this, I wouldn’t be able to answer it.So, I set a goal to figure this question out, and I thought it would be a nice thing to share the results with you.
I had heard of Jimdo before, but I didn’t know what to expect. I assumed that this was just another online website builder like Wix or Weebly, but that’s pretty much it.
On the other hand, I thought that it must offer something spectacular because its name seemed to be pop up on a frequent basis on the web.To find out what the platform is all about I wrote this Jimdo review, so that you can learn more about it's pros and cons, before deciding if it's a good fit for you or not.
Ok, ok; I understand what you are thinking right now: “Wix pricing is probably the most boring topic on earth; why write a blog post about it?” And you are right - it is a boring topic.
Yet, the prices you see on the Wix pricing page are just one part of the story, and there can be other costs involved when you build a site on the Wix platform. Knowing this in advance is essential before your next credit card bill arrives.I hope that this post clarifies the pricing topic.