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Wix premium subscriptions are 73 percent off today

Subscriptions to the world’s leading website builder just got a lot cheaper.
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September 28, 2019
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Whether you're a freelance writer or a business consultant, you need a website to get your name out there. But, building one on your own can be a bit intimidating, especially if you haven't dabbled in HTML or CSS. It's this demand for web real estate and shortfall of coding talent that's caused a surge in website builders that try to simplify the building process.

There's a myriad of web builders out there, but Wix is one that's managed to stand out from the rest, and right now the platform is offering a one-year subscription for 73 percent off.

For those not in the know, Wix boasts a sophisticated yet intuitive website editor that can create entire websites via drag and drop—zero coding required. Wix is perfect for promoting a business, showcasing your work and even running an online store. You can start from scratch or choose from over 500 designer-made templates to speed up the process, and with the Premium Unlimited plan, you can even remove ads from your site to make it look more professional.

Right now, users can sign up for Wix's Premium Unlimited plan for over 73 percent off the usual price, but the deal won't last long. And, if you don't want to commit to a year, you can also get a 1-month plan for over 60 percent off as well.

Prices are subject to change.

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