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Godaddy website builder vs. Wordpress?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wizeman, Apr 17, 2018 at 5:32 AM.

  1. wizeman

    wizeman Regular Member

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    I have a basic website made with godaddy website builder (not wordpress). I am wondering if this content will index as good as a wordpress site with similar content? It is low competition kws so I think I can rank it if it is treated the same by google as wordpress?
     
  2. shafi432

    shafi432 Regular Member

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    If you can take care of on-page SEO, it'll be indexed in rank in a similar manner. However make sure the site is optimized for all screen sizes and loading time is good.
     
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    engaged34 Newbie

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    I have ranked websites with Godaddy's website builder in the past, I don't think it should be a problem.
     
  4. swords12

    swords12 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I think that website builder is primarily used to create static pages, pages that would require a lot of effort, when changing the content, such as updating the link structure, etc.
    If you are able to use WP, I believe that would be a better choice for the long run, as you will be able to easily manage the content on the WP site, and there are so many free plugins that you can add to the site, that can boost SEO-related purposes.
    For long-haul efforts, I think going for WP sites would be a better choice, churn and burn included.