February 3, 2023

WordPress Vs Webflow, Which One Is The Best?


When building a website for your business, you want to be confident that you’re using the best and most affordable website platform. With so many options and marketing jargon, the decision can be overwhelming. Keep reading to view a side-by-side run down of the two most popular platforms, WordPress and Webflow. Both platforms have their pros and cons, and it really comes down to what type of site you want to build and what your budget is like.


WordPress has been around for a long time, it was created in 2003 so it has been used to create countless websites. Some coding knowledge will make it easier to fully customize your site, however it isn’t necessary, there are a lot of great articles and YouTube videos to teach you how to use its many features and there are plenty of free website themes available on WordPress' official site to help you get started.

WordPress can be used to create any type of website, from personal blogs to business websites and eCommerce stores, which are especially popular among WordPress users because they can quickly and easily set up an online store to sell their products.

You can choose to use WordPress with a free membership, which limits the tools you have available to build your website, or you can pay as much as $25 per month.


Webflow is a cloud-based web design tool that allows you to build websites without any coding knowledge. It's a drag-and-drop website builder, so you can create your site by dragging elements around the screen and linking them together.

Webflow has two different plans: the Free Plan and the Pro Plan ($29/month). The Free Plan includes all of the basic features like hosting, templates, and tools for creating pages; however it does not include eCommerce capabilities or advanced features like custom code editing and collaboration tools.

What Do You Need From Your Website?

Before you choose what to build your website with, you'll want to know what you need from your website, how much time and money you have available, and what your business goals are. Then you can determine if WordPress or Webflow is the best fit for your needs.

If this sounds like too much work for now consider starting with the free version of WordPress until you're ready to make the plunge into a WordPress paid membership or something more robust like Webflow.

The Facts

Consider a few the differences between both of these platforms and what you need a website for. Both are solid options and you can always restructure and switch things up if you need to. Here are a few side-by-side facts about each website builder for you to consider:


  • Free - $25 a month to use
  • Web hosting must be purchased separately
  • Offers membership sites
  • Free or paid e-commerce capabilities
  • Customizable SEO tools and plug-ins
  • Live chat and 24/7 support on paid plans


  • $14 - $39 a month to use
  • Web hosting included
  • Does not offer membership sites at this time
  • E-commerce capabilities cost extra
  • Built in SEO options included
  • Customer service available during business hours and AI chatbot also available

When choosing a content hosting platform, the one you need depends on what you need out of your company’s website. Webflow is a great option for a basic website with custom designs, but if you have a lot of product to sell, WordPress might be the way to go. Whichever you decide on, they are both great options for creating a website that serves you and your business.

If you are interested in growing your business with the help of an effective website, our team is here to help. Don’t hesitate to shoot us an email and our team can assist you in creating a strategy to succeed!

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Friday, February 3, 2023


Kyra Bruce

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