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Hello everyone, I'm shopping around at different web hosting companies and platforms like Squarespace for our new platform for hosting customer websites, and I'd love to get some feedback from anyone who has used the Squarespace eCommerce tools, and compare what they have to offer with the tools being offered by Duda (https://www.duda.co/website-builder/ecommerce) We've been using DNN (DotNetNuke) for the past 16 years for hosting school websites, but after MANY, MANY, MANY fails and frustrations, we're finally giving it up completely and are in search of a new website hosting platform on which to build school and community websites. After MUCH research and analysis of more than 80 different platforms, we've almost settled on the Duda platform and their white label package, and we’ve even built out our new primary marketing website as well as a few small test customer websites, which can be seen at https://www.iwantawebsite.com. The issue is that, although we're already underway with our new Duda reseller package, we're just not feeling 100% sure that we've made the right platform choice, and would love to get some true and unbiased opinions of our new site, the Duda platform as a whole, and how it might compare to what we could get and/or do with the Squarespace platform in direct comparison to what Duda has to offer, especially with regards to the Duda eCommerce tools VS. the Squarespace eCommerce tools. We still have not actively promoted the new website, out of fear that we might not be heading the right direction, so we need to really commit to it and launch it, or we need to jump onto the right platform (Squarespace, Weebly, Wix, something else???) immediately before we dig ourselves a deeper hole in the Duda world! Thanks for any help and insight y'all could give us, and don't be afraid to give any critiques or comments about our new site, any of our new test client sites, or any other advise that might help push us in the right platform direction before we get too far along and discover that we’ve made the wrong choice! Rob