WordPress is an older CMS that isn't very "foolproof" - this means that the wrong developer can often make you a site that is full of problems, loads slowly, and is hard to fix.
While WordPress is a powerful CMS full of even more powerful plugins, you really need the right development team if you're working with it.
Webflow on the other hand, is an equally powerful CMS without the risk - the vast majority of Webflow sites load super fast, are easy to edit, and are built for scaling.
That being said, Webflow is not totally foolproof - your class names must be set up correctly or it could cause issues down the road, and your development team must understand Webflow very well to make your site to its maximum capacity.
Usually, our projects take from 1 week to 5 weeks, however this can vary depending on if you chose a rush service, and the size of your site. Book a call with us to discuss your project in more detail and get an accurate quote.
We find Webflow is the best choice if your priorities include site speed, rapid iteration, security, and ease of editing CMS data.
Typically, we only go with WordPress if it is a complex eCommerce site we are working on.
Our WordPress to Webflow migration services range greatly, depending on what your needs are. Usually, we charge between $3000 - $25,000 for our WordPress to Webflow migration services. Once we discuss your needs on a call, we can give you a clear price.