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Packed with features and beautiful themes.
Perfect for anyone looking for something easy to use.
True drag-and-drop. Offers detailed control of websites.
The best way to create long-form, one page websites.
Good for multilingual websites.
Flexible editor. Good for users who enjoy design.
Beautiful themes— struggles with blogs and ecommerce.
Clunky interface, lack of features.
Solid website builder with a powerful form builder.
New editor is an improvement— some old issues persist.
Great for blogging— but otherwise lacks an identity.
Tricky to get a handle on but lots of responsive themes.
Provides the basics.
Simple block-based website builder.
Easy editor but too simple.
Best used as an intranet to connect Google products.
Website Builder 8 is a step backwards for GoDaddy.
Lacks theme customization.
For those who want "Photoshop for websites."
Basic editor with outdated themes.
Outdated and tedious.
Terrible mobile themes and an outdated user experience.
Terrible billing practices.
Horrible billing practices.
A confusing mess.
Simple website editor that can get confusing at times.
Single-element pages make for a poor user experience.
No web fonts, no mobile website and old themes.
Now licenses its software from another company.
Simple one page websites. Too simple to recommend.
Avoid— Virb is not being maintained.
I believe Webs is no longer shipping new features.
Same as WebsiteBuilder.com.
A close look at all the free plans that website builders offer.
Side-by-side comparison of 35 website builders.
Find the cheapest website by comparing 131 pricing plans.