3 of the Best Web Development Options (And When To Use Them)

Jack LeMay

Web Design

March 16, 2019

March 16, 2019

Knowing what tool to use for which job is an invaluable skill every good craftsman should master.  This list will show you when and where to use these 3 amazing web development options.

As usual, our team has taken the time to research and gather the answers so you don’t have to.  So what is the best ecommerce solution? Which solution should I use for membership websites?  

All these questions and more will be answered on this week’s goHere Insight.

Wix

If you’ve never coded a day in your life but have the perfect vision for what your website should be than Wix is for you.  Wix features dozens of templates designed to simplify the design process and when it comes to creating a beautiful design quickly it is hard to beat.

But Wix is far from the perfect solution.  While Wix does feature a good library of paid and free plugins, it isn’t made for deepcontent creation and the ecommerce side leaves something to be desired.

Don’t even try to use it for a deep, member accessible system. Visit Site

Performance/Speed
🌟🌟★★★

Ease of Design
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Ecommerce Support
🌟🌟🌟🌟★

Membership Support
🌟🌟★★★

Blog Support
🌟🌟★★★



Shopify

Shopify is first and foremost  an ecommerce solution so don’t expect much in other areas. That being said, what Shopify does it does extremely well and with a bit of experience an individual could have a complete ecommerce website up reletively quickly.

If you want a deep website with ecommerce as a side feature, another solution may be the better route.  However if you want a robust and complex store with a beautiful, simple website around it; Shopify is your answer. Visit Site

Performance/Speed
🌟🌟🌟🌟★

Ease of Design
🌟🌟★★★

Ecommerce Support
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Membership Support
🌟★★★★

Blog Support
★★★★★



Wordpress

You may have heard that WordPress is the most popular website builder platform, but what makes it the right solution for your project?

It features the largest library of plugins and themes of any other CMS and is highly customizable, but that doesn’t necessarily mean its the perfect solution for every job.

When it comes to blogs and any website that features content creation as it’s focus, Wordpress is king.  It is designed to easily allow the implementation of new articles or other content but as far as other features out-of-the-box, it is severely lacking.

Wordpress is hard to surpass for membership sites as well. It features a user management system which is essential, as well as a built in login panel and hierarchy for user levels.

While it’s true that Wordpress is 100% free, you will find yourself dissatisfied with the amount of things you can do with Wordpress without paying for some essential plugins, especially if you are hoping for Wordpress to take some of the coding work off your back. Visit Site



Performance/Speed
🌟🌟★★★

Ease of Design
🌟🌟★★★

Ecommerce Support
🌟🌟★★★

Membership Support
🌟🌟🌟🌟★

Blog Support
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟


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