What platform should you use to build your website? :thinking_face:Squarespace? Wix? WordPress? Shopify? With so many options out there, it's hard to choose. This quiz will steer you right based on your goals! Weeknight WebsiteAbout YouYou're likely an influencer, podcaster, blogger or artist determined to make your dream work but don't have a ton of extra time to build your site. You need a solution that's SUPER easy to set up and maintain yourself but will make you look totally professional. We recommend the Weeknight Website platform for you.The GoodThis drag-and-drop WordPress website platform SLAYS other website builders (Wix, Squarespace, Show.it) in both ease of use and pricing!:point_right: You can customize all aspects of your site, including the ability to drag-and-drop design your blog and shop and upload fonts:point_right: Built on WordPress like 30% of the internet but you'll never have to:point_right: A 10-minute video teaches you everything you need to know:point_right: Making your site mobile-optimized takes one keyboard key:point_right: Online store included:point_right: Your membership includes the 1-on-1 support of Launch Coaches and a Facebook Community of other Weeknight Website users, so you can get your questions answered and never have to dig through a support forumThe MehWeeknight Website is a hosted platform, which means you wont be able to access your site via FTP.If you ever chose to move your site off the platform to a WordPress.org install, you'd still have a working site. However, you'd lose access to the Premium Plugin library, which would cost you $315-915/yr to license independently.If you want to launch your dreams online with expert help, we have a special offer for Weeknight Website available.Custom PlatformAbout YouYou are more advanced in your business journey and ready to take it to the next level with a custom platform. Most likely this will mean a WordPress.org site with premium WordPress Hosting (we like Flywheel). You are an influencer with a large following, and a traditional website builder is not going to work for your 30,000+ person audience!The GoodThis option means the freedom to design and build WHATEVER fits your audience and business needs. This is a great option for custom membership sites and communities!The MehYou will need the help of a team to run the Customer Support and website maintenance aspects of your business. However, it is likely you already have these people in your business.You should expect to pay anywhere between $50-100/month in Hosting fees for an audience your sizeYou will need to hire a team that knows how to execute design, development and maintain ongoing needs as they ariseIf you are an online pioneer that wants to scale your business with custom platform design and development, we recommend our Voyager Package.See an example of a custom platform by us: Awaken With JP: Premium AFShopifyAbout YouYou are all about selling those products! For anyone with a physical product heavy business, we just have to recommend Shopify.The GoodWhile there is a bit of a learning curve, it's worth it as the checkout process in Shopify cannot be beat. To date, most of the clients we've moved from other platforms to Shopify have had their sales DOUBLE. Why?::point_right: Many popular ecommerce sites are powered by Shopify, meaning users are familiar with the overall experience, improving credibility and ease-of-use. This means the likelihood they'll actually check out is good!:point_right: Shopify's server speed and mobile experiences are pretty great, also leading to more sales!The MehWhile there are amazing store templates available, customizing Shopify stores is difficult to do without the help of a developerThe learning curve to adding new products can beYou're going to need to budget $50-100 per month for Shopify package costs and appsIf you are an online pioneer that wants to scale your business with custom Shopify design and development, we recommend our Voyager Package.Shopify store example: Mostess BoxWhat is the main goal of your website?How long have you been in business (or blogging/podcasting/Youtubing)?How big is your audience? Add up your mailing list and social accounts.How important is customization to you?How important is one-on-one support to you?How many people are on your team?What's your monthly budget for website costs?How many hours a week can you spend on your website?Have you ever completed a website project before?What's the status of your current website?How much mobile traffic will your site get? Do you have a predefined set of fonts, colors, images and branding you need to use on your site?