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Siteground or Self-hosted WordPress vs Squarespace

Wordpres vs Squarespace pricing:

squarespace to wordpress

When I came to the United States, I started my site portfolio using Squarespace 7.0. Now, I have a WordPress website, and that is how I started comparing WordPress vs Squarespace.

My question, in the beginning, was, is WordPress easy to use?

Yes, WordPress is easy to use, if you make a simple website

is WordPress so hard for beginners?

WordPress can be overwhelming for beginners due to its wide range of features and customization options. However, beginners can learn to navigate and use WordPress effectively with some time and effort.
Researching the benefits Squarespace offers, I started learning tools of version 7.0; that’s how I applied for Squarespace Circle. I just started working with WordPress and discovered the benefits of the 7.0 version when Squarespace started advertising 7.1.

My question was not so much about myself but more about clients; should I use Squarespace 7.0 or 7.1?

That was the time when I just started using some of the expensive WordPress plugins, trying to understand WordPress hosting, to making online stores.

 I read an article about e-commerce plugins and answered a question: Are they easy to use?

When it comes to WordPress vs Squarespace, it really comes down to what type of website you need. Both offer a variety of features and functions, but which one you choose will depend on the type of website you’re trying to create: WordPress sites need or need party plugins, such as Yoast SEO.

Whether you need a simple blog or an extensive e-commerce site, one of these two tools will be a great fit for your needs. Ultimately, you’ll want to compare all of their features against each other to determine which one will be the best solution for your needs.

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