I have decided to update this site and purchased a one-months plan, so I can try out all the features Weebly offers for creators. I have added a store section to the services page and it is not finalized, since I do not have a PayPal Business Account just yet, it should show the type of content we can create for your brand here at Artistic CounterCulture.
I have also fixed much of the font problems on the site and added various SEO tools to the blog, so that some of my posts or articles can pick up steam. I also noticed that this site has been growing in visitors and interest:
Meanwhile, I have also updated my personal website at https://www.maciejduraj.com. That site also has an updated art section of hand-drawn artwork I have done and I added it to the bottom of this site's Illustrations section.
It is interesting to work with both of the CMS systems from Weebly and Wordpress as each has their downsides and upsides. I really like the drag and drop nature of Weebly and how it offers a great custom footer (which you may noticed I have just added as well) and very easy integration with the store, PayPal, and more. It also does not rely on so many themes and experimentation. However, Wordpress offers great use of themes in the sense you can truly have custom designs for your site.
For instance, I was able to resize that pixel art computer image I use as a logo on my Wordpress site just to the right dimensions. Meanwhile, the logo I use here is automatic and sometimes resizes too small on mobile devices.
One downside with Wordpress is that it makes you pay a yearly plan at once and choose one of the plans from the get go. Thus, you have to shell out a lot of dough for the Business Plan in order to get access to plugins and have various SEO tools at your disposal. Weebly is more flexible and you can purchase a plan a month at a time.
Either way there are both good things about Wordpress and Weebly and I plan on experimenting with both.