Has anyone converted from GoDaddy website to Constant Contact website. Is it easy for non-techy type


Has anyone converted from GoDaddy website to Constant Contact website. Is it easy for non-techy type

We are a small non-profit that is geared to individuals, their families and friends, and professionals who deal with mental illness-we prefer mental wellness or mental illness is a brain disease. We currently have about 500 on Constant Contact list for newsletter monthly only. With this new health issue, we are wanting to increase the number of times we contact our list to once a week. As we are small, we only have 2 people who post all our social media: FB, Instagram, & Twitter in addition to Constant Contact. 

We are thinking that if we had Constant Contact as our website instead of GoDaddy, it might be easier to navigate. Currently we hire out any changes to Go Daddy. And are not really keeping website up to date in this current health environment. 


We would welcome any thoughts about cost versus ease of using these 2 websites.


Many thanks,



Hi @TheSheriff. We're glad to hear of your interest in our Website Builder! The Builder itself is completely mobile-responsive (so it looks great everywhere) on top of being easy-to-use and maintain so you can always make sure your website visitors are seeing the most up-to-date information. We would love to get you in touch with one of our experts so they can discuss your exact needs and help to determine the next steps for you. If you would like to do this, please email us at social_support(at)constantcontact(dot)com with your username, contact information, a link to your current website and a reference to this post. 

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