Mailerlite - I like this because Mailerlite is an email marketing software so when someone submits a form (a contact form) you can send them automated emails. Eg. Thank you for contacting us. We will be in touch soon.
Wix - An intuitive drag and drop website builder and it comes with a contact form and you can have a phone number that clicks, which is handy for building customer relationships. No need to buy a domain name.
Canva - so easy to create a free website in under an hour but the mobile optimisation isn't good.
GoDaddy - you need to buy a domain name from them to get the free website
Blogger - owned by Google so no need to manual index this website
Linktree - useful is you simply want to redirect traffic to your social media accounts or email marketing software opt-in form URLs
Site123 - I haven't really explored Site 123 but it looks easy enough but, you only get 250 MB of storage and 250MB of bandwidth, which isn't much.
BigCartel - For new eCommerce businesses with less than 5 products or only $9.99 per month for 50 products. You can use their domain eg. thenameofyourshop.bigcartel.com or purchase your own domain name because this makes it even easier for buyers to find you online plus it gives you a little more street cred. I highly recommend GoDaddy for domain name purchase.
Ecwid - List up to 10 products and pay no hosting fees on this popular eCommerce platform.
Square - You only pay when you make a sale, but it is at 2.2% per transaction. Or move to a paid plan for more advanced features. Square integrates with Square Point of Sale to simplify the set up of your eCommerce website.
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