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Website Builder Comparison for Small Businesses and Nonprofits: Weebly

Welcome to the fourth post of Evermore’s series on popular website builders. I’ll be taking you through Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, GoDaddy, and WordPress.com. While Evermore sites are powered by WordPress, we know that it’s not for everyone. This series will help you learn which website builder suits your needs today, and what you may want …

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Website Builder Comparison for Small Businesses and Nonprofits: Squarespace

Welcome to the first post of Evermore’s series on popular website builders. Over the next several weeks I’ll be taking you through Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, GoDaddy, and WordPress. While Evermore hosts our sites on WordPress, we know that it’s not for everyone. This series will help you learn which website builder suits your needs today, …

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ZDNet: “Unmanaged WordPress not usually worth the risk or trouble”

On December 14, Sucuri (a leader in WordPress security) showed that 11,000 domains were blacklisted by Google due to a malware campaign targeted at a vulnerable plugin called “Slider Revolution”. The vulnerability was publicly disclosed, and so attacks were (and continue to be) waged on sites with the outdated plugin. Not only were site owners clueless …

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Engaging Evermore: Support

We want you to be absolutely delighted with Evermore. As we discussed previously, we’re pioneering a new way to build websites that gives your organization tremendous value. The way we do that is by clearly defining what we do and how we do it. With Evermore, you pay a monthly fee that covers hosting, maintenance, …

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How Evermore Differs From Managed WordPress Hosting

We built Evermore to bridge a huge gap between two great ideas: website/blog platforms and entirely self-hosted websites. The former gives you ease of use and protection from bad code; the latter gives you the ability to run any code you want. Those conditions can be (and are) great for many people. Yet, there are …

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