Reasons Your BusinessMay Have Revenue Loss

WebsiteImpacts ToRevenue

Poor Website Experience
Lack of Relevant Content
Lack of Trust and Credibility
Ineffective Product Descriptions
Technical Issues
Poor Search Visibility
Lack of Valuable Content
Ineffective Product Images

Digital MarketingImpacts ToRevenue

Failure to Track Data
Inadequate Marketing
Ineffective Targeted Audiance
Inadequate Online Presence
Lack of Marketing Strategy
Ineffective Use Of Channels
Failure to Analyze Data
Inadequate Promotion

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TechnologyComparing Options ToMeet Your Business Needs


Highly customizable and powerful platform that supports flexibility, scalability and control over the website design and functionality. Great options for personal sites, blogs, and businesses from small to enterprise level. There are two options with WordPress, and offers more customization, flexibility, and control. However, you will need to find a hosting provider, set up the server, perform updates, maintain security, and manage backups. Cost arises from purchasing your domain name, selecting a hosting provider and possibly premium themes and plugins. Additional costs may arise if you elect to hire a professional agency like Ambulario to manage and maintain the site for you which would include backups, security updates, adding new capabilities, content, and features. is a managed hosting provider like WIX or Shopify. They offer various plans with different features and customization. It is a more simplified setup, but you are limited in the themes, plugins, flexibility, and customization in comparison to The costs, support, security, performance, and additional features are all based on the selected plan.

Consider WordPress if you prioritize customization and creating a unique online presence.


Robust platform that offers extensive customization options that is favored by larger enterprises and organizations with complex requirements. Drupal has the potential to deliver tailored solutions for intricate projects. You can expect the costs associated with Drupal to be higher compared to solutions because it requires a higher level of technical expertise. You will need to budget for domain name, hosting services, security updates, module development, theme development and management of the website.

Consider Drupal if your business needs involve intricate functionalities, extensive customization, and have complex requirements. We recommend that you have a dedicated team like Ambulario on task to keep your Drupal site up to date and functioning.


Well-suited for businesses that need more than a basic website but not as extensive as a Drupal solution. Joomla falls between WordPress and Drupal in terms of complexity, offering a balance of customization options with moderate complexity while still ablet o offer some ease of use. The cost associated with Joomla includes hosting services, domain name, extensions, and templates.

Consider Joomla if you need more customization than WordPress but do not the full functionality of Drupal and you need higher user-friendliness than what Drupal offers.


WIX is a subscription-based model much like that of Their plans may include custom domain, e-commerce and more. This is great for individuals and small businesses looking for a hassle-free solution with a streamlined experience. WIX does not offer the customization that WordPress, Drupal, or Joomla solution provides. We do not recommend WIX for websites that are complex or need customization.

Consider WIX if you prioritize the ease of use, speed of setup and do not require extensive custom features.


Shopify as the name suggests revolves around e-commerce. It is a subscription-based platform offering various plans. It focuses on simplifying the process of setting up and managing an online store which includes product management, payment processing and order fulfillment. While not as complex and Drupal or WordPress’s Woo-Commerce it is user-friendly. Costs include subscription fees, transaction fees and additional expenses for themes and apps.

Consider Shopify if your main goal is selling products online and need a platform that is tailored for e-commerce.


Squarespace offers both website and e-commerce plans on a subscription-based model. It offers visually appealing designs with user friendly interface. Costs include plan subscription fee and potential add-ons. Squarespace is great for creative professionals, small businesses and portfolios but does not offer the capability to develop complex solutions like WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla.

Consider if you are looking for a simple website process that does not require extensive customizations.