Packed with features and beautiful themes. Highly recommended.
Perfect for anyone looking for something easy to use.
Good option for those wanting detailed control of their website.
The best way to create long-form, one page websites.
Beautiful themes— but struggles with blogs, ecommerce and more.
Good for multilingual websites.
Clunky interface, lack of features.
Solid website builder with a powerful form builder.
The new editor is an improvement— but some old issues persist.
Great for blogging— but otherwise lacks an identity.
Tricky to get a handle on but lots of responsive themes.
Meant to build intranets and wikis— not small business websites.
No blog, ecommerce or responsive themes.
Plenty of widgets but templates feel dated and inflexible.
Not recommended unless you’re desperate for a "Photoshop for websites."
Poor billing practices are a major problem.
Basic editor with outdated themes.
Simple website builder. Page editing is done in a separate interface.
Actually a disguised, lesser version of Webs.
Same website builder as WebsiteBuilder.com.
Simple website editor but themes are outdated with poor mobile support.
Simple one page websites— unfortunately too simple to recommend.
Form-based editor is outdated and tedious.
Painful to use. Very poorly designed.
Single-element pages make for a poor user experience.
Website editor is a confusing mess.
Simple website editor that can get confusing at times.
Shows its age with outdated themes and poor features.
Terrible mobile themes and an outdated user experience.
No web fonts, no mobile website and old themes.
Really a more expensive, out-dated version of Weebly.
It's become clear that Virb is not being actively maintained.
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