[Infographic] WYSIWYG: DIY Websites
It used to be that designing and developing websites was an expensive proposition; without in-house web designers one needed to hire an agency that was wont to overcharge for web development work. These days, there're a slew of web tools that allows anyone - at whatever level of design expertise - to put together websites for cheap.
The question is: when should one really opt to use such web DIY services, and if so, which one of these services should we use? This infographic from WhoIsHostingThis.com
looks at the pros and cons of relying on these services, and compares three web DIY tools (Wix, Weebly
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