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Weebly is a web-building tool similar to Webnode and other drag-and-drop web building tools available. It is a favorite for several eCommerce site-builders and is one of free web-builders available for anyone to create a blog or website. It has over 30 templates and excels in website load speed.

Weebly Pros

  1. Solid site speeds
  2. Templates to start with
  3. Editor is simple and easy to use
  4. The Weebly mobile app (now at version 5.0)
  5. Weebly app centre
  6. Bonus extras
  7. You CAN move away from Weebly

Weebly cons

  1. Limited blogging tools.
  2. You better be used to offline photo editing.
  3. Pay for more help.

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Weebly vs Wix

WeeblyWix
1. Weebly is easy to use as it utilizes a drag-and-drop editor though not as intuitive as Wix’s; No coding skills required.1. A bit easier than Weebly for besides having the same drag and drop interfaces, Wix has artificial design intelligence (ADI) which helps set up a complete website in minutes; No coding skills required too.
2. Weebly offers a lesser but powerful range of over 50 diverse templates with less room for exploration in design.2. It allows a high degree of design control with over 510 customization – enabled templates.
3. Weebly employs Weebly to promote a marketing tool with cutting edge articulate statistics for email marketing.3. Similarly, Wix has Wix Shoutout which sends attractive emails as well as share updates on social media .
4. It offers free blogging and far easier to integrate a blog into Weebly website.4. Offers a free blogging app for all plans though not as integrated as Weebly.
5. Weebly extends social media integration a notch higher by connecting Facebook messenger to your messenger: though you cant sell across social channels, like Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.5. Wix allows social media integration by allowing the addition of social buttons and feeds to a site by dragging and dropping.
6. Weebly leads with over 340 apps in its app center which encompasses sufficient free and reasonably cheap premium apps.6. Wix has over 260 apps to choose from: some free as well as premium ones.
7. Weebly has tools to aid is a search engine in optimization(SEO) but not as quick as Wix.7. Wix has (SEO) wiz which creates a customized SEO plan based on details like the name of a website and keywords to help a website to be found.
8. Weebly avails 3 paid plans namely: pro, business, and performance costing between $12 & $38 per month with savings of between 17% and
54% on offer when you sign up for 1 or 2 years.
8. Wix avails 7 premium plans ranging from $11 to $35 per month, with large savings on for a year or two.
9. Offers email help and support across all plans, but phone support comes only with the top 3 paid plans.
Contrary to Wix, Weebly avails live chat support which is quite in minor queries.
9. offers direct help; phone & email support across all paid plans

Weebly vs WordPress

WeeblyWordPress
1. Weebly is easy to use since it utilizes a drag and drop editor; No coding skills required.1. WordPress does require a slightly more complex setup process and some coding skills will come in handy though some website hosts offer one-click installation.
2. Weebly avails 3 paid plans namely: pro, business, and performance costing between $12 & $38 per month with savings of between 17% and
54% on offer when you sign up for 1 or 2 years.
2. WordPress is free. Additional web – hosting fee of  (around $6.50 / month for a decent speed) is charged. If you need to buy a premium theme it’s (around $35 to $65) and not forgetting costly plugins as well as a developer’s time if needed.
3. Offers email help and support across all plans, but phone support comes only with the top 3 paid plans.
Contrary to WordPress, Weebly offers live chat support which is quite helpful in minor questions.
3. WordPress does have a community forum where people can post their concerns, these posts are moderated by random users, not support staff; thus there is no guarantee of feedback.
4. While Weebly allows you customize the design of your Weebly website, there is a limit and you cant modify certain features or functions.4. WordPress is an open-source piece of software which means you have all the freedom to customize your site and how your tools work.
5. It’s recommended for small to medium online shops, letting you sell tangible and intangible goods while including an effective live shipping calculator.5. WordPress proves to behave great eCommerce power through plugins, such as woo-commerce, that enables you to sell anyhow and anywhere you want with diverse payment methods.

Weebly vs Squarespace

WeeblySquarespace
1. Weebly’s structured editor and extensive app store eases usability especially for beginners.1. Squarespace is more artistically constructed; a bit more intricate and may takes a while to get used to the editor, especially for beginners. For a faster start,its recommended to go with Weebly.
2. Weebly offers a lesser but powerful range of over 50 diverse templates though less room for exploration in design2. Squarespace scores high on design with over 90 gleaming, up – to – date and easy to edit templates.
3. Integrating eCommerce tools in both is easy and smooth. Though easier with Weebly since its better designed and has considerable tax options3.  Squarespace gets points for the customer logins. However, it is highly probable Weebly will release this feature in the future.
4. SEO Control over meta titles/descriptions and URL slugs, with keyword support, SEO analytics, and coding.4. Similarly Squarespace allows control over meta titles/descriptions and URL slugs, but no bonuses.

5. Email, phone and live chat for help and support. An open community forum is also available
5. 24/7 email and live chat. Additionally, there`s a help center stocked full of useful guides.

6. In pricing, there`s a free plan and four comparatively cheap premium ones. Worth upgrading.

6. Rather costly premium plans, though they’re counterbalanced by design standard.
7. Weebly has its own app center with numerous positively reviewed apps.7. Squarespace’s app selection is exceedingly narrow and they are all third-party extensions.
8. Avails an in – built blogging feature which is easy to use, commendable SEO but limited to one author.8. Blog editing with AMP support for faster loading on mobile. A bonus feature to insert podcasts. Allows multiple authors.

Weebly vs Shopify

WeeblyShopify
1. Weebly is easy to use as it utilizes a drag and drop editor though not as intuitive as Wix’s; No coding skills required.1. Requires time to develop mastery of the editor to get the most out of its functionality.
2. Weebly’s theme store has 15 well-executed, customizable and spontaneous design options for online stores though less variety than Shopify.
2. Shopify has over 60 mobile-responsive themes, templates and fresh designs that are commerce-specific in its store .
Themes not as easily customizable with Shopify as with Weebly
3. Weebly`s eCommerce tools include a tax calculator, inventory tracking, a coupon builder, and abandoned cart recovery3. Shopify comes with 150+ tailored eCommerce templates,
built-in analytics for high-traffic analysis, multiple payment methods and ability to sell on social media sites like Facebook and Pinterest. 

4. App Center layout is cleaner, user friendly and more modern than Shopify.4. Shopify’s App Store is one of the best in the industry with a variety of over 1200 apps, covering social media integration to taxes. 
5. Available free plan with reasonably priced plans.5. Shopify is more expensive than Weebly, owing to the fact that it’s a fully-fledged eCommerce platform.
6. Weebly offers far less customer support than Shopify. For instance, you have to upgrade to a Pro or Business plan to receive phone support.6.Offers Live Chat, email, Twitter and phone support. 24/7 help is available on every plan.
7. Weebly has an app Center offering applications, such as a sales channel app, an SEO app, and a social media app.7. In the Shopify App Store, there are social media integrations as well as purchase buttons, tools for SEO, marketing as well as store design.

Weebly vs Godaddy

WeeblyGodaddy
1.Easy to use providing intuitive drag-and-drop design and a host of thoughtful tools and features including a free plan.1. GoDaddy provides the fastest way to build a website, using its ADI (Artificial Design Intelligence) to create a site in just a few minutes.
2. Weebly offers a lesser but powerful range of over 50 diverse templates with less room for exploration in design.2. GoDaddy prioritizes speed over customization, making it fast to get online while limiting your creative freedom.
3. In E-commerce, top paid plans include a shipping and tax calculator, inventory management, coupons while ensuring payment security with an SSL certificate. The Performance plan includes real-time shipping rates and gift cards.2. GoDaddy includes an SSL certificate in its second level business plan, as well as PayPal integration and donation capabilities. Nonetheless; credit cards, a built-in shopping cart, automatic abandoned cart recovery and text notifications for new orders only included on its most expensive Online Store plan. This top leveled plan also includes
3. Weebly allows you to create and publish blog posts easily while integrating a search feature, an RSS feed, social bookmarking, a comments section, and more.3. GoDaddy allows you to add categories into your blog, track its performance, and embed an RSS feed.
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4. Weebly, with features such as the Weebly, promotes, scores higher than Godaddy when it comes to integrations, marketing features, and analytics.
4. While GoDaddy supports e-commerce features, they are not as effective as Weebly.

5. Weebly takes things further by allowing you to add social media feeds directly to your website.
5. Unlike Weebly, GoDaddy does offer a unique simple Facebook posts creation feature though limited to its two most expensive plans.
6. On search engine optimization, (SEO) Weebly provides really helpful guides on keywords and coding, among other SEO tools on all of its plans.6. GoDaddy’s cheapest plan doesn’t have any SEO features.
7. Offer live chat, phone support as well as help centers.Avails live chat,24/7 phone support and a wide outline of help videos: lacks email support.
8. Weebly, scores high with the free plan and loads of free apps, too8. No free plan, but the priced plans are reasonable

Weebly vs Google Sites

WeeblyGoogle sites
1. Weebly is easy to use as it utilizes a drag and drops editor though not as intuitive as Wix`s; No coding skills required.1. similarly Google sites editor is straight – forward and especially for beginners with little or no coding skills required.

2. Weebly avails 3 paid plans namely: pro, business, and performance costing between $12 & $38 per month with savings of between 17% and
54% on offer when you sign up for 1 or 2 years.
2. For business use:
Google Apps: $5 per user per month,
Google Apps with unlimited storage and Vault: $10 per user per month, or $120 per user per year.
3. Weebly takes the lead with above 340 apps in the Weebly app center which encompasses sufficient free and normally cheap premium apps.3. Google Sites is integrated with other Google products, thus users can insert videos, docs, spreadsheets, presentations, photo slide shows, and calendars directly onto their Google Sites pages.
3. Email, phone and live chat for help and support. An open community forum is also available4. phone and email support, as well as a help desk.
There’s also a help center containing numerous how-to articles

Weebly vs Blogger

WeeblyBlogger
1. Both of these platforms have user-friendly and easy to use interfaces especially Weebly.1. Blogger has a quick setup.
2. Although Weebly is good for blogging they are a website builder thus has lots of features2. Blogger is for blogging: not built to have a lot of features. It’s only built to be a highway to blog.
3. Weebly offers phone support, live chat support, and email support.3. Google has a pleasant Blogger Help forum to help their users.
4. All of the Weebly plans offer unlimited storage. 4. Blogger only offers 1GB of storage with the option of connecting to your Google account for more storage.

Weebly vs Wix Vs Squarespace

WeeblyWixSquarespace
1. Weebly is easy to use as it utilizes a drag and drop editor: No coding skills required.1. Has drag and drop interfaces: artificial design intelligence (ADI) which helps set up a complete website in minutes: No coding skills required too.1. Squarespace is more artistically constructed; a bit more intricate and may takes a while to get used to the editor, especially for beginners.
2. Weebly offers a lesser but powerful range of over 50 diverse templates with less room for exploration in design.2. It allows a high degree of design control with over 510 customization – enabled templates.2. Squarespace scores fairly high on design with over 90 gleaming, up – to – date and easy to edit templates.
3. Weebly employs Weebly to promote a marketing tool with cutting edge articulate statistics for email marketing.3. Similarly, Wix has Wix Shoutout which sends attractive emails as well as share updates on social media.3. Squarespace gets assures customer logins.
4. Weebly takes the lead with above 340 apps in the Weebly app center which encompasses sufficient free and normally cheap premium apps.4. Wix has rather lesser with over 260 apps to choose from: some free as well as premium ones.4. Squarespace’s app selection is exceedingly narrow and they are all third-party extensions.
5. Weebly has tools to aid is a search engine in optimization(SEO)5. Wix has (SEO) wiz which creates a customized SEO plan based on details like the name of your website and your keywords to help a website to be found.5. Similarly, Squarespace allows control over meta titles/descriptions and URL slugs, but no bonuses.
6. Offers free blogging fairy easy to integrate  into a Weebly website.7. Offers a free blogging app for all plans though not as integrated as Weebly.8. Blog editing with AMP support for faster loading on mobile. A bonus feature to insert podcasts. Allows multiple authors.
7. Offers; live chat support, email help and support across all plans, but phone support comes only with the top 3 paid plans.7. It offers direct help; phone & email support across all paid plans7. 24/7 email and live chat. Additionally, there`s a help center stocked full of useful guides.
8. Weebly avails 3 paid plans namely: pro, business, and performance costing between $12 & $38 per month with savings of between 17% and
54% on offer when you sign up for 1 or 2 years.
8. Wix avails 7 premium plans ranging from $11 to $35 per month, with large savings on for a year or two.8. Rather costly premium plans, though they’re counterbalanced by design standard.