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Best Wordpress builder?

Trying to migrate my Squarespace site as I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s weighing me down SEO-wise (mainly its slow to load).

I’ve heard Bluehost is slow to load (I’m looking at them rn) - what do you guys use/recommend?

Bigseo | 👁 446 | Posted 2018-11-03 | Share on Facebook | Twitter | Google+

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Throwawayacct201799 7 months ago

Have you used dreamhost?

w1a1s1p 7 months ago

Elementor, it had the best SEO results for me because unlike other visual builders it doesn't use shortcodes but real html and CSS, so when you deactivate the builder after the site is complete you receive clean easily crawlable code and not a bunch of nonsense in brackets. Also it allows for templates to be created so you can easily recreate you designs on future installs, also works wonders with PBNs

actionscripted 7 months ago

Beaver builder, WPBakery Page Builder and Divi Builder are the best in that order. There will be trade offs with all of them.

bicode 7 months ago

A friend of mine uses Divi for his freelance projects and he swears by it, but this is second hand info so thats all I can say.

aintTrollingYou 7 months ago

The company I work for does custom Wordpress builds running on Google Cloud VM instances. It's great for us because we do a lot of API integrations and customizations, but it's not for everyone, especially if you're not/don't have access to a developer. If not, I've suggested Beaver Builder to others who can't code and want to build/design pages with a drag and drop utility, but that doesn't get you hosting. There are a lot of low-cost options available, I just personally would avoid the ones owned by GoDaddy.


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