Easy Sites vs. Wix vs. WordPress.com

There are several cookie-cutter website options available online, and Wix and WordPress.com are the most common. While these can be a great solution for some individuals or businesses, they don’t offer the flexibility, security or ownership provided by Easy Sites. If you’re still debating if an Easy Site is right for you, see the comparison

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Is an Easy Site right for me?

If you answer Yes to the following questions, then an Easy Site is right for you: Do you want to own your website and domain name? All of our customers own their website and domain name(s). Other companies may own your content and domain, making it impossible for you to move your website to another

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I’m on Facebook. Why do I need a website?

I have a Facebook Business page, do I need a website too? This is a question I hear a LOT – no surprise – my answer is always YES! A Facebook Page is not a website. Facebook is a great platform that you should take advantage but counting on them to share information with all

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Why you Need an SSL Certificate

If you’ve ever visited a website and the browser bar says “unsecure” or shows an unlock symbol, that means the site is not secure and has a higher probability of being compromised than secure sites.  The Purpose of using SSL Certificate SSL is the backbone of our secure Internet and protects your sensitive information as it

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Clear Your Browser Cache

If you’ve ever visited a website and things didn’t seem to load properly, or made updates to your own site and didn’t see them the next time you visited, the problem likely has an easy fix – cache clearing. Computers are designed to run quickly, and in many cases are faster than the internet speed

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Purchase your Domain

When you create a website, there are 2 pieces involved – your domain and your host. These are very separate entities but they MUST work together for your website to be successful. Your domain name is the identifier of your website where the host of your website is basically where your website lives. One of

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