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Is WIX Better Than OEM?

Last updated on October 1, 2022 @ 8:17 am

If you’re looking for a website builder, you’ve probably heard of Wix. It’s one of the most popular website builders on the market. But is it better than OEM?

To answer that question, we need to look at what OEM is. OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer. In the context of website builders, it means that the builder has been specifically designed for a particular platform.


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PRO TIP: If you are considering switching to Wix from your OEM (original equipment manufacturer), there are a few things you should be aware of. First, Wix is a third-party platform, which means that if something goes wrong with your website, you will not be able to contact the company directly for support. Secondly, Wix is not always compatible with all OEM features and plugins, so you may need to do some research to make sure that everything will work correctly on your new platform. Finally, Wix does not always offer the same level of customer service as an OEM, so you may need to be prepared to handle any issues yourself.

Wix, on the other hand, is a generic website builder. It can be used on any platform, which makes it much more versatile. However, this also means that it’s not as optimised for any one platform as OEM is.

So, which is better? It depends on what you need.

If you need a specific website builder for a particular platform, then OEM is probably the better choice. However, if you need a more versatile website builder that can be used on any platform, then Wix is the better choice.


It really depends on what your specific needs are as to whether Wix or OEM is better. If you need a specific website builder for a particular platform then OEM is probably the better choice but if you want something more versatile then Wix would be better.

Kathy McFarland

Kathy McFarland

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