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Tools for building a website

Many site-building services offer an all-in-one system that walks you through the process.


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You don’t need advanced technical skills to build a website, although it can help to know a little of a website coding language such as HTML. Many site-building services offer an all-in-one system that walks you through selecting a template and building a design, choosing a host and registering your domain, and then publishing your website to the internet. Here are a few of the most popular services.

  • Squarespace

    Squarespace is known for providing templates to build stylish, user-friendly websites. According to the Squarespace website, its online store option does not charge transaction fees (although credit card processors may still charge fees). This could save you money compared with other website options, depending on the size and volume of your eCommerce transactions. If your visual brand is important to you, Squarespace might be at the top of your list.
  • Wix

    Wix claims to be one of the most popular website providers in the world, thanks to its AI-powered builder that automates much of the process. However, Wix also offers the flexibility to hire a developer to create a custom site that uses advanced applications such as JavaScript. One thing to keep an eye on is pricing. Wix limits data, so if you want to upload a lot of images or expect thousands of website visitors per day, you could find yourself getting bumped up to a higher pricing tier.
  • Weebly

    According to Weebly, its website-building tool is easy to use, but powerful. You can create a large website with many pages and elements and Weebly claims its builder is faster than other builders. Best of all, Weebly’s website lists a free option, which offers full eCommerce capabilities, SEO tools, and chat and email customer support.
  • WordPress

    Building a website with WordPress can be slightly more challenging than with the other providers, but the advantage is the huge community of WordPress developers who have created add-ons that enable your website to do more. From SEO help to security tools to social media integration, there are thousands of ways WordPress add-ons can improve your website.
  • Shopify

    If your business needs to focus on eCommerce, Shopify is a global leader in eCommerce websites and marketing. Shopify guides you through every question you need to consider before putting your products online, and its shopper interface is designed to move customers toward completing a purchase.
  • BigCommerce

    BigCommerce positions itself for medium and large online sellers with a wide array of tools for setting up your eCommerce website. For example, the platform has apps that can help you place your products on eBay, Google Shopping and Amazon. According to the BigCommerce website, it also does not charge its own transaction fees. It even has a deal with PayPal to reduce the payment system’s transaction fees.

Double down on the mobile experience

We all like how useful apps can be, but most of us don’t want to download an app for every business. Technically, savvy web developers can make your website look and function a lot like an app, even though it’s accessed via a web browser. This kind of website is called a progressive web app.

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Finance your small business with business loans from Chase. Find a variety of financing options including SBA loans, commercial financing and a business line of credit to invest in the future of your business.

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Accept debit and credit cards with safe, secure, and convenient Payment Solutions from Chase anywhere you do business – online, in-store, and on the go. Visit our Developer Center to find Payments APIs, developer tools, and documentation.

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Chase offers a variety of business savings accounts including Total Savings, Premier Savings and a business CD. Compare savings accounts and find the right business savings account for you.

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