Ways to Get Freelance Clients to Come to You

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Life as a freelancer has its perks. You can work behind your computer on the beach of Hawaii or sitting at a coffee shop in Amsterdam. You can work at 1 am after a full day of adventure or wake up at 5am for a fresh start on the day. Your career opens doors to unlimited possibilities for exploration.

However, getting new clients can be daunting and frustrating. Sometimes you may even feel like throwing in the towel. It is a learning curve that comes with a great deal of frustration. After five years of developing my business, I now have clients coming to me. Achieving this required strategy. The following are techniques that worked best for me:

Word-Of-Mouth

A positive referral is a powerful resource to earn new business. Clients want to work with companies that a trustworthy resource had a positive experience with. As word-of-mouth is the most valuable resource, it is also timely to achieve. I receive most of my word-of-mouth traffic from previous clients or referral partners. A trustworthy referral is more valuable than a polished resume.

Current Portfolio

As a website designer, it is essential that I update my portfolio with current projects. As new technology arises, your portfolio should showcase that you maintain website trend standards. For example, clean websites with white space are currently a top website design trend. People are ditching flashy for a polished professional design. Update your portfolio with the latest trends and designs to keep new clients coming to you.

Blog

Potential clients want to know that they are working with an expert in the industry. One of the best techniques to depict your knowledge is through a blog. Your article can be “how-to’s”, tutorials, or videos. As a digital marketer, I often write SEO related blog articles. For example, “SEO Trends of 2021”.

Industry Relevant Social Media Accounts

Not every business needs a Facebook! You heard me right. Not every business needs a Facebook.

If you are an attorney, it is unlikely a new client will find you through Facebook or Instagram. Focus on the social media accounts that will grow your business. For example, professional services may find more success on LinkedIn. Unless you are going to hire a social media manager, optimize one or two social media platforms. Most freelancers should focus on their LinkedIn profiles. There are numerous techniques to include such as;

  • Summary that addresses your skills and experience
  • Relevant posts with blog articles and examples of your work
  • Crisp profile photo
  • Recommendations from previous clients

Testimonials

Testimonials are a powerful marketing technique to earn new customers. 92% of consumers read online reviews before buying. As a freelancer, potential clients want to work with a service provider that other people have had a successful experience with. My favorite method to collect testimonials is through Google My Business (GMB). Google is the most used search engine. If you are searching for a service than the GMB pages are the first results that show. To increase your Google My Business rankings, you need to have testimonials. Part of my SEO packages include a review strategy for Google My Business.

If you have reviews on your GMB page, you can embed the testimonials directly into your website. As a website designer, I incorporate reviews into all of my sites. My preferred software to embed GMB reviews is Elf Sight. They use premium widgets to improve website design experience.

Directory Links

Directory links can help potential clients discover your services. One of my favorite is UpCity, a premium B2B directory for marketers. Unlike other directories, UpCity reviews businesses to ensure they are credible. You can then apply to be a partner where you can showcase reviews, service information, social accounts, project examples, about information, location, website links, and more. UpCity’s premium service does come with a price tag. A Certified Partner membership costs $120 per month with a 12-month contract. If you are a marketing freelancer, I suggest including UpCity into your monthly budget.

There are free directory services but you have to pay advertising fees to stand out, such as;

As a freelancer, you will find different marketing avenues that work best to grow your business. From my experience, building a good reputation in the community, depicting my expertise and earning external links has worked best to get clients to come to me. If you are new to freelancing, the grind of earning clients can be frustrating. Stick with it and you will develop a rewarding career and lifestyle.

Marketing During COVID-19

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COVID-19 has been life changing for everyone. Business owners have especially suffered from the shut-down. It is essential that we change our marketing during COVID-19 to continue growing our businesses.

There are a variety of tools to succeed with your digital marketing during COVID-19. In this video, I reflect on the top three that you can pursue immediately.

Digital Marketing Strategies During COVID-19

  • Ecommerce Website design
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Search Engine Optimization

Each of these tools can help sell your product and depict your message. During COVID-19, the most innovative businesses will get ahead.  Contact the pro’s at Get Global Marketing to reinvent your marketing. We offer website design, SEO, and Google Ads.

Renovate Your Marketing Strategy

Unless you own Amazon, Netflix, or a grocery store, your business has probably been impacted by the coronavirus. You may have even lost all your business. However, a pair of fresh eyes and innovation can help create a new marketing and business strategy to profit from your business or service.

To help support the Bend and Portland, Oregon local economy, I am offering a FREE consultation and FREE two hours of website design or digital marketing services. I hope to help business thrive and even develop a long-lasting digital marketing strategy when life returns back to normal.

Don’t give up. Get innovative.

Contact Get Global Marketing at (541) 706-9442 or gillian@getglobalmarketing.com.

Finding Your WHY in Business

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Have you ever thought about what it might be like to own a small business? Maybe, you’ve got a skill that’s in demand. But, you’re not sure how to monetize it, let alone, how to turn it into a living. I did it. But I’ll be honest. I started Get Global Marketing four years ago. And, let me be the first to tell you, it hasn’t been easy. I’m thankful for where I’m at now, and the client relationships I’ve built along the way. I love the fact that I don’t have a boss and can work from anywhere with an internet connection. Yes, I have to pay for my own health insurance. Indeed, my income is based on the results I deliver. But you know what? I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world.

I probably sound crazy. And, I probably am…

However, it wouldn’t be possible if I hadn’t found my WHY.

What is a WHY?

Any hard decision requires having a clear sense of purpose. When you open a business, you must tap into your energy, courage, and determination to discover why self-employment is the right decision for your life. When business gets rough, revisiting your WHY will help you push through hard times.

Before you open your business, ask yourself WHY opening a business is right for you.

Do you want opportunity for uncapped income?
Do you want to work and travel?
Do you want to be able to work from home, so your kids don’t have to go to day care?
Can you not stand working for anyone else?
Are your career opportunities limited in your town and working on your computer would provide a broader network of clientele?

Find your WHY and don’t forget it. I’ve had many WHY’s in my life. I was born into generations of entrepreneurs. It’s in my blood. When I was 12, I had a business plan to start my own magazine targeting girls my age. From there it was on to healthy food carts and bakeries. Suffice it to say, my mind is constantly buzzing with new ideas. And, I can’t get enough.

When I founded Get Global Marketing, I answered a significant WHY. The most important one to date.

When I opened my business, I had three WHY’s.

1. I wanted to be able to work and travel.
I have always loved to travel. There is so much culture, diversity, and landscape to experience in this world. Working on your computer allows the opportunity to live wherever you want. With my business model, I am not allowed complete flexibility to be gone for months. I prefer to meet with clients, rather than do all of my work over phone. However, I can be gone for weeks.

2. I wanted uncapped income.
I live in Bend, Oregon where the average home price was $450,000 last year. When SEO professionals are paid an average salary of $50,000 per year at major agencies, we are unable to afford cost of living (add in food, clothing, entertainment, childcare). Opening a business provides me with the opportunity to offer more services and reach more clientele where I can increase my income.

3. I wanted to create a unique business.
There are few people that do what I do but, I made it a point to differentiate myself through the quality of my product and my personalized service. I strive to build personal relationships with my customers so they never feel like they are just getting a bill. I want to get to know them and I want to them to get to know me. I am not afraid to be Facebook friends with my clientele!

And, you what the best part of my job is? I get to encourage other people, my clients even, to create their own reality. To put their skills to use in a capacity that allows them to be their own boss. To work on their terms. To have the freedom and independence they’ve always dreamed of.

It’s a constant work in progress but, I feel like I can continue to make this dream a reality.

So, what about you? What’s your why?

If you are struggling to find your WHY and debating whether self-employment is for you, I suggest asking yourself these 4 questions:

  1. What makes you come alive?
  2. What are your innate strengths?
  3. Where do you add the greatest value?
  4. How will you measure your life?

Do I make a ton of money? No. Can I take days off whenever I feel like it? Not really. Am I proud of how far I’ve come? You bet. Do I have goals to grow business more? Better believe it, and you should too. Is the process easy? Hell, no. But, I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished and excited about where I’m headed. I have total faith that almost anyone that’s willing to bite the bullet, put in the time, weather the storms and believe in themselves, can make a difference in their own life, and the lives of others as well.

5 Tips to Optimizing Your SEO When Changing Business Locations

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Whether you need a change of scenery or your industry is oversaturated, thousands of businesses face the struggle of adjusting their online presence for a new location.

When you move locations, it’s essential that you don’t lose website rankings. Keep in mind, you probably won’t be on page one immediately. However, there are adjustments to your website that, if done correctly, can help smooth the transition to optimizing your online presence in a new location.

I recommend hiring a search engine optimization professional to help with the process. However, if it’s not in your budget, the following are basic methods to transition to your new area.

1. Change Location Information on Your Website

Changing your location information should be done differently depending on your type of business. For brick and mortar or service-oriented businesses, create a new contact page before you leave your current location. Include a “Coming Soon” message on the contact page so customers know they can’t visit your location yet.

For remote businesses, create a separate contact page as well. However, you do not need a “Coming Soon” message. Instead, alert customers that you are only available via phone and email until your moving date.

In every type of business, you should have a separate contact page with your new location to improve SEO. Doing so ensures that you won’t lose rankings for your current town. You’ll also be marketing for your new location.

2. Change Contact Information on Your Google Business Page

Every company needs a Google Business page. Not only can a Google Business page increase your rankings, it also provides the opportunity to display important information like business hours, services, products, about us, reviews, and posts.

If your business is service oriented, you can set your location as “Service Areas”, rather than an address. Just like the additional contact page, add the service area location before you move.

For brick and mortar businesses, you’ll have to wait to change your Google Business page until you move.

3. Change Your Directory Listings

Changing your directory listings can be tedious. Directory listings include Angie’s List, Yelp, Yellow Pages, White Pages, and many others. What makes the process tedious? You need a sentence or two about this is a pain in the butt.

Instead of reviewing every location individually, I recommend paying for Moz Local Business services. They will audit and adjust your directory information according to your Google Business or Facebook page.

4. Change Your Website’s Meta Titles

As a business owner, you probably had an SEO professional customize meta titles to fit your location. Don’t forget to adjust your meta titles when you move!

For example, I recently made the decision to serve Portland. My homepage meta title was previously “Bend, Oregon SEO and Website Design | Get Global Marketing”. Now, my meta title is “Portland and Bend SEO and Website Design | Get Global Marketing”. Make this change before your move. It will take time for Google to index your site for the new title.

5. Change Your Website’s Structured Data

Structured data “is a standardized format for providing information about a page and classifying the page content,” Google Developers. The tool helps Google understand what the content on your page means. When you change locations, you need to change your structured data.

WP SEO Structured Data Schema plugin for WordPress, allows digital marketers to easily insert structured data into the site. I purchased the Pro version to help clients with multiple locations and services. The tool has proven beneficial for me to help improve client’s rankings.

Moving business locations can be exciting! Marketing the change can seem daunting. To make sure the job is done correctly, it’s best to hire a SEO professional. If you need help with SEO in Portland or Central Oregon, contact the team at Get Global Marketing at (541) 706-9442.

Get Global Marketing. Get Page One.

New Business Website Design

New Business Website Design

I have a soft spot for new businesses. Whether you have been a business owner for twenty years, five years, or six months, we have all been the newbie business owner.

We all experience the struggle.

It is the worry, doubt, regret, however underlying passion where we know that we cannot do anything else except be our own boss doing exactly what we love.

As a digital marketer, I know that building an online presence is essential for any type of business – realtors, tourist companies, and CPAs alike. The difference between having a stellar digital marketing platform can easily double your revenue.

Needless to say, new businesses are cash poor. I have seen numerous attempt DIY Wix or Squarespace websites which end up as disasters. You need a professional WordPress website design at stage one of your business.

To give the newbie business owners a chance to get ahead, I have developed a plan exclusively for new businesses without websites.

My goal is to build an affordable search engine optimized website with the essential information that you need to introduce your business to the public.

See our new business website design package options below:

Standard

For the new business owner who needs to display basic services.

$2,000/one time
5 Pages
WordPress Platform
Custom Colors
Custom Fonts
Buttons
Photo Gallery Option
Social Media Links
Video Integration
Search Engine Optimization - ALT tags, Meta Data, H1 and H2 tags
Google Map
Responsive Design
Optimized Google Business Page
Optimized Facebook Page
Optimized Instagram Page
20 Online Directory Listings
Email Template for Google Reviews
Chatbox
Newsletter Subscription

Premier

For the new business owner who wants to take an aggressive approach to marketing.

$5,000/one time
9-12 Pages
WordPress Platform
Custom Colors
Custom Fonts
Buttons
Photo Gallery
Social Media Links
Video Integration
Search Engine Optimization - ALT tags, Meta Data, H1 and H2 tags
Google Map
Responsive Design
Optimized Google Business Page
Optimized Facebook Page
Optimized Instagram Page
20 Online Directory Listings
Email Template for Google Reviews
Chatbox
Newsletter Subscription

4 Basics to DIY Search Engine Optimization

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If you own a business you have a website- you have to in this day and age. Your website probably has a homepage with a toolbar at the top that has buttons for About Me, Get a Quote and Services. You even have some professional photos of you and your employees looking your best. Your website wasn’t something you took lightly.

Now that your website is launched, you are good to go, right? Anytime someone does a Google search for your service+ city you should come up first, correct?

Wrong.

There are a number of things you need to optimize on a consistent basis to make sure your website is truly an asset that brings you business and increases your bottom line. Below I have included some ways that will help you rank higher and increase traffic to your website.

If you are on a tight budget, you may not be able to afford the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services to optimize your website to its fullest potential. Until you can, use these four basic DIY SEO methods to start gaining traction on Google.

Meta Titles

Meta Titles are one of the most powerful tools to increase your website’s rankings. In layman’s terms a meta title gives searchers and most importantly, search engines (like Google) a short title of the content on a particular page. For this reason alone, choosing the right meta titles is paramount for attracting traffic to your site.

So, what goes into crafting a good meta title? Something called keywords. Keywords are words or phrases that appear frequently on the page and are relevant to the subject.

As an example, if you’re webpage has an article about losing weight, keywords you might consider for your meta title would include fitness, diet, healthy, exercise and cardio. These words are all associated with weight loss and let both the reader and search engine know what the page is about. An SEO expert can use keyword research tools to discover traffic and difficulty so your website reaches the right customers for your business.

If you are a local business, add your city and state. For example, Nutritionists Bend, Oregon.

Your meta title should also not be more than 70 characters. Stick to the keywords that mean the most without the tagline or phone number.

Meta Descriptions

Much like meta titles, meta descriptions are used to help someone doing an internet search click on your link. Found under the title on a search page, meta descriptions look like code and provide a description of a sentence or two about what the website is about.

Even though Google doesn’t use a ranking algorithm for meta descriptions, they do help increase your click through rate which helps the search engine determine if your site is a quality result.

So, what makes a good meta description?

The first characteristic is length. You want your meta description to contain enough information so that the web searcher knows what your website is about, but you don’t want to make it so long that it takes forever to read. While there is no hard and fast rule when it comes to length, most meta descriptions are between 90 and 150 characters.

Because your meta description is an invitation to visit your page, it should be clear and actionable. The use of simple words that get to the core of what your website is about is key.

Lastly, all effective meta descriptions have a call-to-action. If you’re selling a product, tell the reader a little about it and to find out more. Consumers want information quickly so they’ll be much more enticed if you encourage them to take advantage of a free sample, 30-day trial, free shipping, etc.

If you have trouble coming up with good meta titles or meta descriptions, hiring a qualified copy writer can do wonders for increasing your traffic and therefore your bottom line.

Contact Page

Another critical component of high-ranking SEO sites has to do with your contact page. Something that often gets overlooked is the correct spelling of your business name, address and phone number. It’s also a good idea to include a Google map of where your business is located as well as a Google street view.

The contact pages for the majority of websites are little more than an afterthought. They usually only contain some basic text like the business name, phone number and address. There might be a few fields you can fill out with your information if you wish to inquire more but not much else.

In order to make your contact page more appealing, consider adding some graphics that complement your business whether they are of the office or the products the you offer. Your contact page is also a great spot for testimonials. After all, if someone has clicked all the way through to this page, they are considering getting in touch. Why wouldn’t you want to have some positive reviews posted to push them over the edge?

Google My Business

Google My Business is a free tool that lets you manage how your business appears on the search engine. This is especially beneficial if you’re a local business. When people google things local plumbing companies for example, chances are good they need a product or service and are likely going to make a purchase. Why shouldn’t they use you?

Setting up Google Business Page is free, only involves a few steps and can do wonders for your business. First, create an account, claim and verify your business. Next, optimize your listing to your liking with appropriate information and images. Lastly, download the Google My Business app and you’re all set!

After you launch your Google Business Page, ask clients to leave you a review. I do this by emailing a link to the Review form. Businesses that have more reviews will rank higher on the Google Business listings.

Even if you have a business that offers the best products, services and prices around, you’re going to struggle unless your website is SEO optimized. The number of consumers that shop at brick and mortar establishments is becoming less and less. Instead, they are turning to the Internet for virtually all their consuming needs. For this reason alone, having the know-how to optimize your website is critical if you want to be successful. If you take the time to monitor and improve the items above, you’ll quickly find that your ranking will increase and your bottom line will grow as a result.

If you decide to work with an SEO expert, contact me, Gillian Rowley, at Get Global Marketing. I will take you beyond DIY methods to increase your rankings on Google with clients that will build your business. Contact us in Bend, Oregon today!

Guide to a Strong Guest Post Strategy

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The most powerful sales technique is relationships. When you have a great relationship with a customer, they are more likely to purchase from you just because they like you. A loyal customer is also a source for referrals and brand recognition.

Link building is Google’s method of relationship building. The more links you can build to your website, the more credible you become. Google trusts you more than the other guy with no backlinks.

Just like building trust is difficult, building links is a struggle as well. Many SEO people avoid link building and just post on social media to avoid the difficulty. However, a more aggressive approach can increase your online exposure faster.

My favorite way to earn backlinks is through guest posting. All bloggers need content and are usually happy to provide a backlink for a well-written blog. My goal for clients is one guest post per month from a website that is 40+ domain authority.

Not sure where to start? I created this guest blogging guide to simplify the process.

Step 1:

Site Discovery

The first step is to understand what bloggers would be interested in your post. For example, one of my clients is a plumber. I focus on finding home improvement bloggers for their guest posts. Once you know this, there are many SEO tools to find bloggers in that field.

The tool that I use most is Guest Post Tracker. Bloggers submit their website to the directory. Subscribers research the topic that they are interested in and will receive a list of bloggers in that field, including guest posting fee, domain authority, and contact information.

You can also go old school and research the blogger’s industry online. Manual research is more time consuming but free!

Step 2:

Pitch

After you find bloggers that you want to contact, you will need to reach out to them by email. This is usually your first impression. The following pitch template is from Backlinko.

Hi [Name],
I’m a long time reader. You may have noticed my comment on your post on [Article] (awesome article by the way).
I’m writing to you because I’d love to contribute a guest post on [Website].
I’ve been brainstorming some topics that I think your readers would get a ton of value from:
[Idea #1]
[Idea #2]
[Idea #3]
I’ll make sure the piece overflows with information that can’t be found anywhere else.
To give you an idea of the quality I’ll bring to your site, here’s a link to a guest post that I recently published on [Other Website].
Cheers,
[Your First Name]

Step 3:

Write Your Guest Post

Great! You have a place to guest post. Now, it is time to write your blog. If you do not want to write your own blog, there are many freelancer websites, such as Upwork. I contract out all of my writing to a freelance writer. Most writers average $50 per 1,000 word blog.

Your client may tell you that they will write the blogs to save a few bucks. I always encourage a professional writer since clients never have as much time as they think. If you are looking for a writer, contact me to speak with my professional content writer.

Building a guest post strategy does not have to be daunting. With proper research, communication, and writing resources, you can develop a list of guest blogs for your clients. If your website only has a few links, speak with us to get started on your link building campaign. A strong link building strategy is necessary for your SEO.

How-To Find a Qualified SEO Specialist

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A strong online presence can be extremely beneficial for your business. As we transition into 2019, most business owners have caught onto the trend. However, many are behind with their SEO. This is not because they have not given SEO a chance. They hired an SEO person, paid them $1,500 per month, and their ranking did not peak past page three. This left a bad taste in their mouth for any future SEO expert.

I completely get it. SEO is a new profession and unregulated. There is no license. The only method of proving your skills is through results. I have heard of SEO “specialists” that use black hat link building and actually decrease their client’s domain authority!

If you are considering investing in SEO, I am not trying to scare you away. The right SEO person can provide you with the increase in rankings that you need to build your business. The trick is finding the right SEO person. This will take research, conversation, reports, and action items. It is possible to learn if your SEO person knows their sh*t. Don’t just work with your best friend’s uncle because you feel guilty.

Use these tips to ensure that your SEO Specialist is actually an expert in their field. Great online presence can help you reach your business goals.

Ask for their Portfolio

 

If your SEO person does not have a portfolio, don’t hire them! I get it. We all need a chance. When I started my business, I performed free work for friends to build my portfolio.

You can also research their rankings on Google. If they are not listed on page one or two, why should you expect to?

Ask for their Action Items

 

Your SEO Specialist should be able to provide detailed action items. What are they doing every month and why are they doing them. This is not too much to ask. You do not want your SEO Specialist to collect a check and then go sit on a beach in Cabo without working a day.

Ask for a Monthly Report

 

Your SEO Specialist should provide you with a monthly report of your top performing keywords and adjustments in rankings. They can also use Google Analytics for a report of your website traffic.

These three actions help ensure that you do not waste time with a clueless SEO Specialist. If you are looking for a knowledgeable SEO expert that can increase your rankings, contact me, Gillian Rowley, at gillian@getglobalmarketing.com or (541) 550-2713.

WordPress Versus Wix: Which Should I Use?

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In every industry, there are different ways of completing a job. The same story is true for website development. WordPress and Wix are two main competitors in the website world. Business owners that do not know the difference, often use a certain platform without knowing the differences. It is important to know they difference between WordPress and Wix, and what your developer is using.

As a WordPress website developer, I am of course slightly biased! However, this article is my most honest representation of both platforms and what they can do for you.

Features of Wix versus WordPress

 

Feature Wix WordPress
Custom Colors and Font X X
Multiple Pages X X
Blog Capabilities X X
Mobile Optimization X X
Visual Editor X X
Page Builder X X
Free Website Option X X
Drag and Drop X
Pre-Built Themes Hundreds Thousands
Plugins and Apps 200+ 55,000+
Ecommerce X X

The Major Deciding Factors

You Are Building the Website Yourself

Many business owners want to build their website themselves. In this situation, it is important to have drag and drop features. Wix offers pre-built themes to drop written content and photos into boxes. Be aware that many Wix websites have the reputation for looking alike.

If you want your website to stand out, you need to build a customized WordPress website. However, it will take more effort. WordPress includes page builders, such as WPBakery, which is a front end visual designer.

You Want to Customize Your Website

The customization features in Wix are limited. WordPress provides thousands of plugins and apps to create a beautiful, functional website that stands out among competitors.

The plugins include event calendars, ecommerce layout and billing, creative portfolios, and more. As a website developer, I have been able to provide clients customized design and features using WordPress plugins.

You Want a Free Option

Both WordPress and Wix have free options. When you choose the free options, the domain of your website ends with either wix.com or wordpress.com.

For example, getglobalmarketing.wordpress.com.

However, free Wix websites also include Wix ads. This appears very unprofessional and low budget for a business. If you are looking for a free option, choose WordPress.

You Are Willing to Pay for Hosting

WordPress and Wix offer hosting options to upgrade your website. WordPress is a CSS platform that offers hosting through many companies online. You can either use a free or dynamic premium WordPress template. Bluehost and HostGator are two of the top WordPress hosting companies.

Packages vary depending on the bandwidth, domain privacy, and spam protection. I build my websites on Bluehost. WordPress packages start at $3.95 for 50GB of website space and unlimited subdomains. The Choice Plus package is perfect for ecommerce websites. At $5.95 per month, Choice Plus includes unmetered website space, domain privacy, unlimited subdomains, spam protection, and more.

Wix packages are bought through the Wix website. Pricing starts at $11 per month for only 2 GB of bandwidth. Ecommerce websites must pay at least $20 per month to accept credit cards.

After evaluating WordPress versus Wix, I think they both have their time and place. If you love wasting money than go with Wix! Just kidding… sort of.

If you want to build a website yourself and do not mind ads than Wix is the website platform for you. The drag and drop feature will allow you to build your own site. If you are paying a professional, make sure that they are WordPress website developers! They can provide you with more customizations, templates, SEO optimization, and more affordable, effective hosting.

I apologize if I am offending the Wix professionals in the website world! However, this is my truth and I am sticking to it. If you need a beautiful, WordPress website, contact me, Gillian Rowley at gillian@getglobalmarketing.com or (541) 706-9442.