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Web Easy Pro Vs Website Tonight

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One is software that will cost you $60-$70 up front ... the latter a program thats about $8 a month, but that price also includes hosting.

Which is the better route to go?
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Many hosting providers have web site building software built into their hosting accounts. It's a cheap way to go as long as you are only building pages for that account. Online software generally can only be used with the individual account. Also, many providers do not charge extra for this software.
Good Luck,
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Steve, what I have found is that many (including Website Tonight ... godaddy.coms software) are not Mac compatible.

Also, Web Easy Pro is not compatiblewith Mac.
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