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.
It’s been more than five years since we reviewed Zoho Sites, a web publishing solution developed by Zoho Corporation in 2012.
Similar to all trends, single page designs have their own advantages and flaws, but in a world where people tend to read diagonally skipping whole paragraphs and pages, running a single-page site may be a brilliant way to make them stop and pay attention to your product or service.
Recently, we’ve been updating our most popular reviews and comparisons. We’ve covered everything from Weebly to Carbonmade, but have yet to mention one of the most trusted names in the market – Homestead. We are going to correct that with a detailed review of this website builder.
When it comes to website builders, they must have great functionality, reasonable price and high level of usability. If you are familiar with MotoCMS, you probably know that this website building platform complies with these requirements completely.
Moonfruit has been around for awhile. Launched during ‘the dot-com bubble’, back in 2000 as a Flash-based website builder, it quickly became one of the most popular places to create a website. Similar to Wix, it later switched to HTML5 technology. As expected, the switch was very successful.
The market of online website builders is only growing. If a decade ago you could count them on the fingers of one hand, today, it takes months to review at least most popular options. On our website alone there are over 50 reviews!
It may sound like The Lion King’s main character or dance style, but Simbla is actually a drag-and-drop website builder that’s so easy to use that you can start publishing within minutes.
Normally, when I start testing another website builder I use the following list of criteria to help you quickly jump to the point of interest: ease of use, designs, pricing, feature set etc. Today, I see no reason to follow this tradition. As it turned out, Vistaprint – the ‘new’ site builder I was about to test – is a disguised version of Webs.com, a well-established web publishing service.
Selecting the right website builder is a real challenge. It’s no overstatement to say that your choice can either propel your business to success or cause an abysmal failure.