Why did you change from your Webs.com site?
With a little bit of fine tuning and and a bit more content, it would be vastly improved.
The first thing I would do is get rid of that God-awful yellow and white background from the home page and that equally God-awful wallpaper looking background on your portfolio page.
They're both just an assault on the senses.
The backgrounds do nothing to enhance the images and it makes it feel like the viewer is being SCREAMED AT.
It's not pleasing to look at.
It just needs to be simple and clean. Less is more.
Promoting your website with a minimal amount of your work to show is not helping your cause either.
On your "about the photographer" page you say you've done "many" weddings.
Why promote your website with such little amount of your work and just a single image in one of your key albums?
One photo doesn't give anyone any idea of the quality of your wedding work and doesn't indicate that you've done "many" weddings.
It tells me that you've only done one wedding and that there was only one photo worth showing to potential clients.
You mention you do bands. Why no band photos?
If you're not prepared to show examples of that line of work, don't mention it.
I've been using Webs.com for several years (when they were called FreeWebs) and have found it a breeze to use and if I can use it, anybody can.
Occasionally there have been some hosting issues, but Webs are pretty much on the ball and get any problems sorted fairly quickly.
As far as telling people what gear you use - they don't care.
Most people wouldn't know the difference between a Rebel XTi and a 1 Series body.
Nor do they care about what college you attend or why.
It might make you feel all warm and fuzzy, but if I was thinking about hiring you to do my wedding, that wouldn't influence me in the slightest.
They just want to see the results you produce and you have very little to show on your site.
On your site, you say "I've slowly worked my way up to where i am now in photography". Where is that?
There's nothing that really shows where you are.
Imho, your "about the photographer", "about me" (call it what you like) page should really only relate to your photography.
People don't really want to know that you were born in 1972, that your first camera was a box brownie, you went to Dixiville High School, did a major thesis on the three legged, one eyed tadpole, that you've been married for two years and have 10 kids blah blah blah...They simply just don't care.
They just care about your photography experience and the quality of your work.
Just changing to Wix isn't going to help if you're just going to do the same thing as you've done with your Webs.com site.
It's as if you are looking for a quick fix - there isn't any.
The only fix is a bit of hard work to build your site.