I had the same questions for my website too.
I've got a "Wix" site right now...and it's ok, but I'm have a member from lawnsite help redesign it in Wordpress.
The nice thing with Wordpress is that it's easy to update: information, pictures, add pages, and write a blog.
So after talking with this member (very knowledgeable) I felt this would be the best direction for expanding My Organic Care Business was to get someone who's an expert in their field and let them do what they do best....and leave my thoughts and time to what I do best.
I would keep reading this web form and you will see and read a lot of good answers for websites.
I felt (for me) it would be better to pay someone who is very helpful, knowledgeable in the ever changing web world, and had a keen eye to detail. Plus this member really puts his heart into his work, not just trying to knock out a cookie cutter site just to collect your money.
We talked for about an hour on the direction I was taking My business and came to an conclusion for some of the website fundamentals.
So far, everything is coming along great I really like their insight with business and lawn care background.
And like the old saying goes..."You get what you pay for". And a website is by far the best calling card you can hand out.
2013 Ford F450 Super Duty Truck
2010 Exmark Lazer Z 60" deck
2012 ExMark 30" Riding Aerator
2011 John Deere Pro Gator 2020a
2011 Lawn Solution Dual Hyrdo Aerator 24"
2011 Echo Handheld (trimmers to power pruners)
2007 Big Tex 4ft metal high side 7' x 12' Trailer
2012 PJ 7' x 16' Dump Trailer
2014 Vintage 8.5' x 24' Enclosed Trailer
2012 Ecolawn Applicator model 200 Compost Spreader