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Sitey Review

Same as WebsiteBuilder.com.

My work is supported by affiliate commissions. Last Updated Mar 22 2018

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SiteBuilder.com, Sitey and WebsiteBuilder.com are all the same website builder— just on different domain names.

Because of that, I've only reviewed one of them: WebsiteBuilder.com. You can read my full review of it here.

I would not recommend Sitey. It was— alongside WebsiteBuilder.com and SiteBuilder.com— acquired by Endurance International Group (EIG) in 2018. EIG has a poor reputation for buying web hosts, reducing staff and squeezing profits. (EIG: A Web of Deceit is an in-depth analysis.)

Even before the EIG acquisition, I've been highly critical of Sitey. I called them cartoon super-villians for their poor billing practices. And while the cancellation policy has been improved, some problems still persist: for example they still add items into users shopping carts without their consent— shady!

Billing practices aside, the website builder itself is decent— though often there is just too much going on and the interface gets overwhelming. (Again, read my review of WebsiteBuilder.com for a more in-depth look into this.)

Overall users who are looking for thoughtful defaults and an easy-to-use website builder will want to take a look at Weebly or Strikingly.




Written By Steve Benjamins

I'm the sole writer, designer and developer for Site Builder Report. Over the the last 4 years I’ve written over 100 in-depth reviews— which, at over 100,000 words, is the size of a big book. In that time Site Builder Report has grown quickly. Today over 60,000 people every month use it to choose a website builder. Read More »


Sitey Review History

  • Mar 22 2018 Review published.

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