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mydearcosmo says

I have seen a site which explains more about this stuff and compared both paid sites and free sites. I just don’t know if it is free to post the link here.

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bitfade says

My question is how do you explain your customers why these free websites are not a good idea and why they need YOU .
don’t. in the remote case you will ever convince one (and you most likely won’t), you’ll gain a client from hell of the worst type.

my 2c.

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al_m473 says

some interesting stats on free vs premium, article titled “WordPress Themes in Top 1 Million Websites”

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