Bluevoda.com Review

BlueVoda is a drag-and-drop website builder designed by VodaHost, a popular web hosting provider. Similar to 90secondwebsitebuilder and Yahoo! site builder, BlueVoda is a downloadable application that you need to download and install on your computer. But while Yahoo! offers a hosted version along with the downloadable builder, BlueVoda has no in-browser editors.

90SecondWebsiteBuilder.com Review

If you can point, click, drag and drop, you can create a website. Today we bring you another drag-and-drop website builder for creating websites in a fast, code-free way – 90 Second Website Builder. This downloadable application has a look and feel of BlueVoda whose interface is very similar to Microsoft apps such as MS Word. However, while BlueVoda users can host their sites only at VodaHost, 90 Second Website Builder customers are free to use any provider.

Dudamobile.com Review

Today, we bring a review of DudaMobile, a mobile converter developed by Duda. This easy-to-use web service converts regular desktop websites into feature-rich, tap-friendly mobile sites right before your eyes! Please note: Duda offers two products: DudaOne and DudaMobile. While DudaMobile is a converting software that works with existing websites/Facebook pages, DudaOne is a responsive website builder that creates new, mobile-friendly websites.

Enjin.com Review

Enjin is a one-of-a-kind service because of its speсific focus. The site builder is aimed at the realization of the game projects: forums and websites for guilds, clans, communities, fan groups, and Minecraft game servers. The narrow focus may indicate the high quality of the system as it allows you to create websites dedicated to everything connected with games.

Format.com Review

Choosing the right website builder to create a portfolio saves you lots of precious time. Time that can be used to improve your skills, focus on your business and clients. The right site builder will get you to the finish line faster and with less effort. Here at SWB, our goal is to make your search a bit more bearable.

XPRS Review

IMCreator website builder has been helping non-tech savvy users build their own websites for several years already. And here at SWB we recommended it to creative individuals who put visual impression first, mainly because of the builder’s outstanding templates. As trends and techniques change fast in the website design industry, the guys behind IM Creator have recently published their revamped editor with new features under a new brand name – XPRS.

Webnode.com Review

The Webnode platform was developed by the Czech company Westcom and launched in 2008. Before that, the company’s founder used to develop apps for corporate clients. Two years after the launch the service started to be localized; now it is available in more than two dozen languages, which alone speaks of how huge the project’s activity is.

Yahoo Website Builder Review

Website builders are omnipresent. The deeper I dig into the web publishing market, the more website builders I find. And it seems their number will only increase. Web hosting providers, web apps developers, domain name registrars and other companies consider it their duty to add a proprietary web publishing solution to their product lineup.

Zoho Sites Review

It’s been more than five years since we reviewed Zoho Sites, a web publishing solution developed by Zoho Corporation in 2012. With the launch of this builder, the company filled a much-needed gap in Zoho’s business apps lineup. The new product integrated with other business tools in Zoho’s productivity suite.

GoDaddy.com Review

GoDaddy is widely known thanks to its ubiquitous adverts. So what exactly does this company offer? Well, beyond doing a whole lot of advertising, GoDaddy provides web hosting, sells domain names and – hardly surprising – runs its own website builder. Frankly speaking, GoDaddy has never been among our favorite website builders. Too clumsy and blatantly salesly, it didn’t inspire confidence.