Many startups choose Weebly for their website because it’s extremely simple to set up a site with no technical knowledge, and provides a very intuitive drag-and-drop interface that anyone can use.
As they grow, many of those same businesses realize that Weebly has limitations that affect their website growth, and decide they want to move to something more powerful and flexible. For many, WordPress is the obvious choice for their next website platform, and (of course) we agree!
This post will walk you through what you need to consider before moving your site, outline your options for getting your site onto WordPress, and provide you with a step-by-step approach to get it done.
What You Need to Consider Before Moving From Weebly