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My New Site On Squarespace

Discussion in 'What Works For You & Post Your Website Forum' started by rob.tolley77, Jul 8, 2018.

  1. rob.tolley77

    rob.tolley77 Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    It seems from the threads in this section of the forum that Wordpress is a popular place to build a website. I've used Wordpress in the past for blog's and stuff but always found it really sketchy, but not quite as bad as Webs.com!

    However I've just started using Squarespace for my new website and I have to say, it's so much better and easier to use then Wordpress. I had my site up and running in less than two hours. Everything is there for you, including ready made templates, all you need to do is propagate your site with content.

    For the basic website setup you get unlimited pages and bandwidth and if you pay for the service annually you get a free .com domain name (normally £12) and a free logo which can be done with the inbuilt logo designer (normally £10). After a 14 day free trial I setup an annual payment which cost me about £130 (with 10% off code).

    So here's the link www.roberttolleyphotography.com

    I'm currently working on some more content, including blog posts and photo stories.
     
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