Best Website Builder For Artists

We are all very creative here at the Kusi Life, and we have all had a number of creative outlets over the years.

What starts as a hobby can very often grow into small business, if you start advertising your work and selling it online.

These days there are numerous website builders that make the process of selling online incredibly easy.

The great thing is that you can create a website yourself quickly and easily, without the need for any prior knowledge of coding or making sites.

We want to give our readers a brief overview of some of these website builders, and give our opinion on the ones that we have used ourselves.

Our hope is that you will be inspired to start selling whatever art or products you are making and have a bit of fun along the way.

1. Squarespace

Squarespace is the website designer that most people have heard about, and for good reason.

It is one of the easiest and most commonly used platforms for building stunning websites that are great to use.

Pros – great templates, easy drag-and-drop interface, great for artists and creative types

Cons – Limited design control, freely trial then paid plan

2. Wix

Similar to Squarepace, Wix is another big name that is great for people who need to make a simple website quickly and easily.

Pros – Wix has free plans that are a great starting point

Cons – You cant switch templates once you start using one

3. Go Daddy

Go Daddy is the easiest and simplest platform we have found by far, so you can get online super fast.

Pros – Very easy to use, 24/7 support

Cons – Limited in terms of design, very basic level of website building

So there you have it, 3 sites that should be easy to use even for the first timer that has never made a website before.