re: How do you convince a client to a static website? VIEW POST

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  1. Using a headless CMS, (check out Sanity or NetlifyCMS) my clients actually feel empowered to edit the site content, knowing that they can't muck up the design or flow of the website.
  2. No plugins, core, or theme to update – saving my clients $$$ in maintenance costs.
  3. The obligatory comment about performance, security, and free hosting.

But obviously – like others have stated – use the right tool for the job (even if that means resisting the urge to use Gatsby for everything).

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