Why Weebly is like a tiny house


Let’s jump in to why I see Weebly like a tiny house:

  • It’s got limited options but you’ll find everything quickly
  • It’s hard to add extras to the build but it makes you more resourceful with what you’ve got
  • There are limited design options but it seems like people who build these are looking more for the home feel than architectural excellence
  • You can pack it up and move it (across states and domain names)
  • It has lower maintenance than a regular house
  • You can spend time researching around the internet, get a little help and eventually be able to build your own tiny house / Weebly website

As with all things, Weebly does have it’s place in website design. If you choose the right theme & customise it well (50% of the battle), you’ve got a good chance at having a site that will meet your basic needs without the headache of ongoing maintenance, plugin updates, other security concerns etc. Have a Weebly site? My main tip would be to preview other themes to see if you can meet your website needs in a more client-focused way. Maybe the slightly hidden menu doesn’t work well, maybe you need spacers between sections so it looks nicer on mobile, maybe you need some updated royalty-free stock photography – keep tweaking it but also stay open-minded to the limitations as you grow.

Now back to your tiny houses

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Rich Peterson

I've spent the last 10 years planning, mapping & reimagining the processes of hundreds of SMBs. Whether the goal is more money, more time, more clarity or more customer smiles, my insightful process is worth every minute for my successful clients.
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