6 Best Website Builders 2019: Reviews & Pricing Guide - Page 2
Webs.com provides individuals, small businesses, and agencies with tools to create their own website. Prices range from $5.99 to $22.99/month. View Profile
Themify is a drag-and-drop WordPress theme that allows users to make professional-looking websites. Licensing fee ranges from $59-$249. View Profile
Joomla is an open-source website builder and content management system (CMS) that also provides application building solutions. View Profile
Elementor Page Builder is a WordPress plugin that allows users to create and manage websites. Its annual fees range from $0 to $199. View Profile
Lodgify allows rental owners and managers to build their own vacation rental websites & accept online bookings. Prices range from $29-$69/month. View Profile
Weblium is an AI-powered website builder that helps in creating simple yet quality websites. Its paid plans start at $8.25 per month. View Profile
PageCloud is a drag-and-drop website builder that enables users to create and publish custom websites without coding. Pricing is at $24/month. View Profile
Zoho Sites is a website builder that enables users to create and edit websites using a drag-and-drop editor. Prices range from $11-$36/site/month. View Profile
Fabrik is a portfolio website builder that primarily caters to filmmakers, artists, photographers, and designers. Prices range from $11-$26/month. View Profile
Ucraft is a website builder for blogging, brand marketing, and eCommerce that features free hosting among others. Prices range from $0–$82.80/month. View Profile
Duda offers a drag-and-drop website builder that allows users to create customized mobile-responsive sites. Fees range from $19 to $99+ per month. View Profile
The Bottom Line
Regardless of your tech knowledge or experience online, we feel Weebly can help you create a website for your personal brand or small business easily. It’s an affordable choice that is ecommerce-friendly, so you can start selling your products or services right away. Plus, it offers a free plan, so you can at least try it out before you make your final decision.
Having a professional-looking website is one of the most essential considerations for a small business. Did you know that 65% of consumers conduct online research before stepping foot in a store? This makes it all the more important for businesses to have a nice and engaging website that can convert an interested buyer into an actual customer.
Fortunately, there are a lot of easy to use website builders that you can use with no technical experience required.
In the infographic above, we share the five of the most beginner-friendly website builders: WordPress, Shopify, Squarespace, Wix, and Weebly. We consider these five website builders to offer the most value in terms of pricing, ease of use, website speed, and popularity among small businesses.
In terms of cost efficiency, WordPress provides the best value as it is technically free and users only need to pay around $3-$10 per month to host their website If users want a customer domain, there will also be an additional charge of around $10 per year.
On the higher end, Shopify can cost about $29 per month depending on the ready-made features included in the package. Shopify offers users an all-in-one package to create a professional-looking and fully-functioning website for their online store which is why it is more expensive compared to other providers offering more basic website features.
In terms of popularity, WordPress takes the lead with 30% of the entire internet population using it as their website platform. This is because of the level of customizability it offers to users, and the fact that it’s free to use. While there are a lot of available templates that users can choose from, WordPress also provides a lot of flexibility if users want complete control of how their site will look.
Though WordPress is the most widely used, Squarespace has the highest ratings according to Fit Small Business readers. Our users like the sleek and sophisticated templates provided to users with zero coding experience.
In terms of website speed, Weebly leads the pack at 1.6 seconds loading time. WordPress comes at a close second at 1.7 seconds — when powered by Bluehost. Wix takes the last spot with a slower loading time at 5.2 seconds.
Here’s a growing list of website design and development software that are no longer in operation.
Top Web Design and Development Influencers of 2019
We’ve scouted the internet for web design and development influencers with a robust social media presence and put together the list below of the top Web Design and Development Influencers of 2019.
Our goal for this list is to present helpful tips right from the web design and development experts themselves. We found that the influencers listed have outstanding credentials, expertise, and skills pertaining to the business industry, as well as an impressive number of social media followers.