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Finsweet vs. Competitor Content Intro

There are very few teams in the world who can claim the experience we have at Finsweet when it comes to building with Webflow.

Over the years, we have released enough tools, resources, education, and products inside of the Webflow ecosystem to be confident in calling ourselves leaders in this community. It's something every member of our team takes pride in.

This community driven philosophy sits deep at the core of our business model and is something we actively seek to improve on daily.

It’s in all of our best interest to help build and maintain a powerful Webflow community.

Here at Finsweet, we’re “all-in” on Webflow.

  • We’re 100% Webflow-exclusive.
  • At the time of this writing, we don’t offer any other paid services outside of Webflow development.
  • We have minimal experience in other platforms and we’re not interested selling other platforms to our clients.
  • Zapier, Bubble, WordPress, etc. — we aren’t interested in offering client services for these platforms or any others.

Finsweet products, solutions, and scripts are served millions of times each month.

At the time of this writing, our solutions are being served on more than 60 million page loads per month. A monthly load value which is increasing at an average growth rate of 3-5 million additional loads per month.

This means our work is serious business. Those page loads represent your business websites, your client sites, your marketing sites, your online stores and your lead magnets. These are the first touch points between you and your future income which means we take this responsibility very seriously.

Our goal here at Finsweet is to provide the best Webflow products and services possible. If we are providing a solution to the community and that solution is not the best option available to you, then we are failing.

This may sound extreme, but we’re ok with that because Finsweet is extreme.

Our website is extreme. Our messaging is extreme. The amount of solutions and education we release for free is extreme. All of the solutions we build for the Webflow ecosystem are extreme. This is part of what makes us so F’in sweet.

Why post these case studies?

We want the Webflow community, our clients, and anybody else who uses a Finsweet solution to feel confident when using it. Confident that it is the right tool for the task and that it is helping improve the performance, accessibility and overall functionality of their website.

When comparing a Finsweet solution to a competing solution, there should be no confusion as to which is right for you. It is our responsibility to make your decision to choose Finsweet clear. We crave to give you the most complete and effective solution — not just the prettiest or most popular.

Effectively choosing a solution for your business means understanding why you are are choosing that specific solution.

Our goal in releasing this series of content over the next week is to give you answers to the question "What makes Finsweet products better than the competition?".

To accomplish this goal, we will release a series of case studies comparing Finsweet solutions with popular competing solutions. The first two articles address some of the most commonly asked questions about Attributes and Client-first fluid responsive.

Attributes vs. Jetboost

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Client-first vs. Wizardry

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As time passes, we will continue to release this type of content in order to educate the community on why they should choose our solutions over the competition.

Disclaimer:

We understand that some people may think posting these case studies is combative, unfair, or mean spirited. They might be seen as extreme.

As the CEO and founder of Finsweet, I am taking the responsibility to address these concerns up front with complete transparency. I stand behind the points below.

As always, I am publicly or privately available to the community for questions or concerns.

1. These are facts, not our personal opinions

Our case studies are fact-based. We run objective tests, we cite documentation and share reliable data points. We attempt to stay objective in our comparison reports and stay away from subjective language and opinion-based thoughts.

2. I am always going to act in the best interest of the Finsweet team

If a business move is beneficial for our 45 person team, I’m going to work hard to make it happen. Advanced community education, Finsweet product marketing, and case studies comparing our products to others are all big wins for our brand. Everyone at Finsweet is going to benefit long-term from these case studies. The success of the people on our team is our #1 top priority as a company.

3. This is business

Finsweet exists first as a business that sells F’in sweet Webflow sites. Revenue, expenses, profits, we have all of those. If we have an opportunity to create a strong case study around why people should use our product, we’re going to take that opportunity. This markets our brand, strengthens our knowledge, and leads to better financials. All of these equals long-term success and powerful growth.

4. We are protecting our investment

It costs a lot of time, money, and resources for Finsweet to build free products for the Webflow community. We have zero direct financial return from these efforts at this time. If we build something and don’t explain why you should use it, we’re wasting our time. If we’re going to invest in products, we’re going to go 100%.

5. We spend a lot of time making sure our solutions are excellent

We spend time, money, and resources to make sure we’re building the best solution for you. We do so many ‘cool things’ that you will never see because most are hidden deep in the code. These case studies give us an opportunity to show you how much technical effort we put into creating the best solution for you.

6. This is highly educational

This is a natural way to give you very advanced and relevant education in web technology. This educational content is going to push the technical advancement of the Webflow ecosystem. We learned so much from creating these case studies and are excited to share this knowledge with you. We’re going to release more technical content this year to help give the no code community a technical boost.

These reasons, along with repeated questions from the community, drove us to create these case studies. We are here to answer any questions this content might generate over time.

Thank you

We spent the last 6 weeks preparing these case studies with our top and most valuable talent here at Finsweet. We’re excited to launch them for you.

Here is a preview of the content we will release over the next week: 

Release schedule:

Feb 15, 2022: This article launches live on F’in Growth. Join us.

Feb 17: Launch and review of Jetboost comparison content on Learn it Live. Join us.

Feb 18: Launch and review of Wizardry comparison content on Learn it Live. Join us.

Feb 18: Big Client-first announcement at the end of the Wizardry show! Folders!

Thank you for supporting and following Finsweet.