Okay, so we've told you a bit about what Weebly is and how it works, as well as how much Weebly costs to use. Now we'll look at what sets Weebly.com apart from some other services like it, both in how it's better and in how it's worse. Here are some notable pros and cons of Weebly.
Weebly is one of the easiest website-building sites to use on the market today. It can be used for free if you don't mind certain restrictions, and its upgraded features are very reasonably priced. It also has the advantage of making otherwise cumbersome clean-up tasks -- such as changing your website's template or deleting your account -- easy to do by taking care of the heavy lifting for you. The main downside of Weebly is that its actual interface isn't all that free-form, and that can make it a bit cumbersome to use (although it should also make sure that things don't get too messy).
Whether Weebly is good or not depends on your needs. Overall, it leans a bit more towards ease-of-use when it comes to building websites, rather than opting for more powerful features and better control. There are several alternatives to Weebly that can fulfill these needs, such as Jimdo.com or Wix.com.
Anyway, that's our opinion on what Weebly is like. But if you want to form your own thoughts on it, then why not go ahead and try it? It's free, after all, so you really have nothing to lose! Our next tutorial will give you a quick tour of how to use Weebly.
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