Escort Website Builder

Escort Website Builder Comparison – Wix, Squarespace or WordPress

In this Escort Website Builder Comparison, I will discuss the pros and cons of the 3 most popular Escort Website Builders; WordPress, Squarespace, and Wix.  All 3 have merits, advantages, and disadvantages

Popular Escort Website Builder Options

Wix – Pay by the month dinky little website builder. Fine for Escort Websites so long as you are operating in a jurisdiction where sex work is legal. Can only be hosted with Wix

Squarespace – Similar to Wix but the templates are a little more design-focused. Can only be hosted with Squarespace – Self Hosted WordPress. Can be hosted anywhere in the world, on hosting that that you choose. is similar to using Wix or Squarespace, hosting + builder

Which Escort Website Builder is the easiest to use?.

Wix is lovely.  It’s simple, it’s easy and anyone can set up a site with very little website knowledge. Squarespace is the go-to for many independent escorts; it’s easy to use and has pretty design templates.

Ease of use comes with limitations, SquareSpace and Wix are controlled environments.  They are site builders with limited options that can only be hosted by only them for a monthly fee.  

You don’t have to worry about technology updates or finding hosting; you can basically just pick a template, add words and photos then hey presto; you can have a pretty website online in under an hour.

With Wix & Squarespace, you don’t need to know any code, no HTML or CSS, although the option is there if you need it.

These platforms are made for small businesses that simply need an online presence. Like everything online, website builders have terms and conditions.  As websites are hosted on their servers, you must comply with their terms and conditions.

Legal Requirements of Website Builders

Sexwork is illegal in many countries which means these platforms do not allow escort websites in certain jurisdictions

Often they do not remove Escort sites unless they are sent a complaint.

If you are working in a country where sex work is legal or decriminalised, your website is still under someone else’s control.  Personally I don’t like anyone controlling my business. That’s just one of the many reasons I use WordPress and recommend WordPress hosting to my colleagues and clients (pricing starts at $5 a month)

For this blog, I am discussing which is the open-source platform that most people refer to when they say ‘WordPress’. WordPress a powerful content management system that’s best for the serious business owner who wants their website to grow with their business. is similar to Wix, it’s more of a page builder with hosting than

WordPress has the steepest learning curve of the 3 options but it also has a lot more functionality and flexibility.

There are no limitations with what you can build or have a developer build for you with WordPress

This is why it powers over 35% of the internet including multi-million dollar companies with 1000’s of employees.

Whilst WordPress is more challenging for a beginner; the upside is that it gives you the ultimate level of customisation and there is no real limit to what you can build into your website.

Functionality such as live chat, a private members area, paywalls, forums, courses and anything you can think up really, can be added to your WordPress site allowing you to include additional revenue streams and marketing opportunities

WordPress is different from Wix and Squarespace in that you have full access and own your website and content. The downside to owning is you need to learn and decide how to build your site + the ongoing maintenance. There are limitless options which means a lot of research & reading + possibly making a tonne of annoying mistakes should you decide to do the entire set up yourself.

The main differences between these 3 platforms are that Wix and Squarespace aim to give you a website without needing coding skills. WordPress gives you total freedom to think outside the box and achieve your goals. Wix & Squarespace own where your website is housed so you must adhere to their terms, WordPress you own your site and can put it anywhere you wish.

I recommend Sitegroud but there are a few Escort Hosting Companies such as which was created in response to SESTA/FOSTA and caters to the USA market

Which is the best Escort Website Builder?

Comparing Wix & Squarespace to WordPress is kinda like comparing a well priced Toyota to a Porsche. The WordPress CMS is far superior in all ways including performance & SEO

What you decide to use is really down to what is best for you, your business and brand. If your site is your starter site, you are only planning on escorts a couple of months then Wix or Squarespace is great but for long term SEO & brand strategy, WordPress wins hands down

Thanks to the developers who contribute to WordPress with themes and plugins, you achieve anything you desire with your website.

A self-hosted WP site is the way to go and the cheapest in the long term; you just need to commit a bit of time and effort to learn the basics. There are plenty of free tutorials available online. Alternatively, I develop in WordPress (for pricing refer to Atlantic Digital)

WordPress is also the hardest to learn and most difficult for beginners but it’s worth it in the long term.

Wix is great if you want simple and easy to use. Wix does allow Escort sites as long as it is legal in your country, the same goes for SquareSpace. However, both platforms are hosted on hosting you do not own, so if they want your site gone, it’s gone; Goodbye

At the end of the day, it all comes down to which of these Escort Site Builders is best for you and your skill level, also how much you care if you lose your site & need to rebuild it in a new platform

If you are using WordPress you can back up onto your local computer, I suggest if you are using Wix or Squarespace you always keep a copy of your content in case your site disappears

I hope you found my post on Escort Website Builders helpful

Until Next Time

Sarah sign

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