PageCloud – is a Canada-based website builder, which was launched at the end of 2015 and has gained worldwide popularity since that time. The system has become the TechCrunch Disrupt 2015 finalist due to more than 200 million video views in popular social networks, including YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook. It has also introduced several patented technologies to provide the unsurpassed web building experience to its new and registered users.
Joomla – is the all-in-one CMS, the feature set of which is extended via plugin integration. This lets you use the platform to create different types of websites: from simple promo sites and up to large-scale informational resources with millions of system users. Joomla is a bit more difficult to master than WordPress, but this didn’t prevent it from becoming a popular solution among newbies.
Drupal – is a free open-source CMS, which is provided as a basis with general features and thematic sets needed to solve certain tasks like web store creation, for example. Generally, the system is a website builder compiled of modules a webmaster arranges in the required configuration. The main Drupal features encompass flexibility and opportunity to solve the same tasks in a variety of ways.
SiteGround – is an independent hosting company with global server solutions. They claim to deliver well-crafted hosting facilities in addition to high-quality services, affordable prices, and a set of features that make this hosting provider worth paying attention. The platform is powering 2,000,000+ domain names across the globe. It boasts data centers in various locations n Asia, Europe, and the United States.
Hostinger – is a powerful, secured, and reliable web hosting provider. Launched in 2004, it has become a real powerhouse for more than 29 million users located in more than 170 different countries. The platform highlights some major benefits that make it easy for users to come up with a new web project with complete freedom.
Bluehost – is the proven veteran in the niche of hosting services. Launched in 1996, it has grown into the #1 web hosted recommended by WordPress.org. It means that all CMS-based website owners can benefit from amazing perks such as 1-Click installation, tons of plugging, scripts, and more. On the other hand, Bluehost being a WordPress fav is not the only thing that makes this company so special.
Concrete5 – is a free open source CMS that comes with a reach feature set and powerful design customization options. The software allows building different types of projects, including online magazines and newspapers, small business websites, web stores, non-profit and government websites, personal home pages, community and social projects etc. Hundreds of thousands of professional web developers have chosen Concrete5 as a trusted web design tool and lots of beginners are right about to master the service.
iPage – is a full-service web hosting provider with over 20 years of experience and millions of hosted websites. Launched in 1998, the platform delivers a range of services such as shared, dedicated and VPS hosting in addition to domain registration as well as baseline website building tools. iPage is a part of Endurance International Group that owes some other globally recognizable platforms including Bluehost.
1&1 IONOS – is one of the largest hosting providers in Europe, which is headquartered in Germany and works great for small-to-mid businesses. The company currently manages over 8 million customer contracts and powers more than 12 million domains in its local data centers found across the globe, which deliver top notch performance and security.
Google Sites – is a website builder, simple enough to be mastered by newbies yet it provides a no-hassle and intuitive web development and hosting platform. It’s the reincarnation of Jotspot, which was acquired by Google back in 2006. Today, Google’s site builder looks nothing like Jotspot, other than the fact that both are hosted wiki systems which allow collaborative content creation, modification, and extension.