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5 Website Builders for Your Business

May 20, 2021 | Features

5 Website Builders for Your Business

5 Best Website Builders for Your Startup Business

Creating a website nowadays is mandatory for all businesses as the competition is high, and they need to get access to reach a broader customer.  Are you not amazed at how you can order an item from overseas going to your country? Well, you are not alone as these businesses created a way to break the barrier of commerce. Websites made it possible to advertise different products, services, and skills to the world; and, in return, make people all around the world purchase or support these items even if it is miles and miles away from them.

Starting a website is much easier and cheaper than before, thanks to the wide variety of free, Do-It-Yourself, and user-friendly website builders where both consumers and businesses can choose. But what are the things to consider in selecting the best free website builder for your business? Here, we compile some tips on how you can easily choose the best website builder depending on functionality and decision making factors.

  1. Wix.com

Wix is known for its drag and drops feature. It has more than one-hundred ready-made templates for easy website creation, and it also provides its web hosting and domain names, both free and paid. Yes! You can get free domain names. Just make sure that you have checked the domain extensions used as well as its registration coverage.

It is also flexible to move any elements around during the editing period and finish pixel-perfect work. Automation is also possible in the details and texts; however, you should not overdo it. There is also an App market that lets you add newsletter tools, live chat software, and online bookings. On top of that, Wix also offers automatic site back up where you can restore your website at any time.

If you also plan to Monetize your website, you can always add Google AdSense via their app store and start earning a fraction of money in any ads shown on your website. Search Engine Optimization is also useful as you can add meta-tags, descriptions, titles, and alt texts. Ecommerce is also entertained. With a minimal registration fee, you can add an online store to sell both physical and digital goods unlimited, while tracking what you have in stock.

Overall, wix.com is an intelligent website builder that will feast your eyes in visual delights. With its flexibility and easy-to-use features, its the perfect website builder for aesthetic business and profession such as photographers, bands, artists, and any kind of small portfolio.

  1. Squarespace.com

Squarespace is an all in one Content Management System. Like Wix.com, Squarespace is a highly recommended drag and drop visual website builder for smaller websites, online stores, and blogs that need to look good. It also has 24/7 support through chat, email, and FAQ. Monetization is also possible through Google AdSense and other banner ads.

Squarespace’s best features are that it offers an advertisement free services in all plans and unlimited storage. No bandwidth, no storage limit.

In total, Squarespace is almost similar to wix.com. The only downside of Squarespace compare to Wix is that Squarespace has a little bit complicated editing interface.

  1. Weebly.com

Also running on the list is weebly.com. Weebly is also one of the best website builders in the market as it offers unparalleled ease of use and innovative features. The drag and drop icon editors are intuitive and super user-friendly to beginners. Plan pricing is also kept simple and offers three premium plans called the Personal, Professional, and Performance.

It also prides itself in handling large volumes of pages and easy coding. So if your business needs a lot of blog content, Weebly is the best website builder for you. It also offers easy-setting of codes. They also have a 24/7 ticketing system through chats, emails, FAQ, and telephone.

  1. GoDaddy.com

Undoubtedly, GoDaddy is one of the most established internet companies in domain names and web hosting. Now, you can also create an accessible website directly with them.

If you are a beginner and want to create a fast and easy website, GoDaddy is your go-to website builder. But when you want to create an eCommerce website under them, you can only make it from their eCommerce Plan.

GoDaddy website builder prides itself on smartphone-optimized layouts and a very well-structured editor. However, the blog is too basic, like you cannot add tags and authors. Website layouts are also limited though you can arrange the elements as you wish.

  1. WordPress.com.

WordPress is a hosted website builder that began as a blogsite. But since its early release on the internet, it begins transitioning into a full-pledge website building tool. With WP, you can undoubtedly create websites like blogs or online stores with full control. It offers a wide range of templates, themes, and plugins that will benefit your startup website.

WordPress is the most popular and most in control. It does not need maintenance or installation, as it is done automatically for you. It also has good support and is the most powerful eCommerce solution. There are several things that you have to consider in using it as your website builder.

First, it does not have an intuitive editor interface, making it difficult for beginners to start. There was also a lot of website builder that offers the same feature with a cost-effective price. There is no way that you can test your eCommerce site if you are on a free plan and limited SEO option unless you choose the business plan.

These are just some of the best website builders available for free on the internet, but website building is not limited to these. You can always be resourceful and see for yourself the flexibility of other CMS there is.

 

Resources:

Wix.com Review – The Flexible Website Builder

Armin Pinggera

Sept 24, 2020

https://www.websitetooltester.com/en/reviews/wix-review/

 

Squarespace Review – Plenty of styles, but is it worthwhile?

Robert Brandl

Aug 27, 2020

https://www.websitetooltester.com/en/reviews/squarespace-review/

 

What is Weebly.com? — Our 2020 Review and Top 6 FAQs Answered

https://www.hostingadvice.com/how-to/what-is-weebly/

 

Should You Use WordPress or a Website Builder?

Kevin Wood

March 22, 2019

https://www.hostgator.com/blog/website-builder-vs-wordpress/

 

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