My fave website platforms to use for myself and for clients.
-I love lemonade. (Simply puts crack in their drinks, they’re sooo good)
-I love California even though I have never been there a day in my life.
-I like being labeled as a Creative because I enjoy creating things.
-I’m a hands-on learner.
-I’m obsessed with candles (so I make them).
-I just want to help people grow their business because why not.
Fave website platforms
Squarespace is a drag and drop website platform that thrives on minimalism and simplicity.
Squarespace has a built-in e-commerce feature that is great if you have 10 items or less. You can also integrate Shopify Lite if you have more than 10 items and love the simplicity of Squarespace.
Squarespace is what I’ve always started with but the more creative I want to be, the more I don’t want to deal with it. There are Facebook groups and people who offer code for Squarespace but nobody got time for all of that.
Wix comes in second and doesn’t get its flowers enough.
It’s literally a drag and drop and no limits. You don’t have to know or find code like you do Squarespace to make it look fancy.
This is a new one to me. Showit is like Wordpress and Squarespace and Wix had fraternal twins cause someone cheated on someone lol.
Showit is the goat. I personally can not stand Wordpress but Showit is it. Drag and drop, customize any and everything you want and no limits when it comes to making your website whatever your heart desires.
There isn’t a built-in e-commerce feature like Squarespace and Wix has but you can integrate Shopify Lite for all of that.
Also, you do have to manually do the mobile view at the same time as the desktop view, it doesn’t automatically do that for you like Squarespace or Wix.