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  • Wix Review

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    Overview Wix, the planet’s most popular website builder, was founded in 2006 by Avishai Abrahami, Giora Kaplan, and Nadav Abrahami. Fed up with the complexity involved in designing a new website for their startup, it dawned on the three men to create a piece of software that would allow them to easily design a custom […]

  • Webflow Review

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    Overview Webflow is more than just your typical website builder. Most builders these days focus on making website creation as easy and painless as possible for the masses by giving you prefabricated blocks of content to arrange like Legos. Webflow, on the other hand, is a sophisticated web design tool geared towards professionals who, individually […]

  • PageCloud Review

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    PageCloud is an innovative Canadian website builder with a refreshing approach to DIY site creation. Drag-and-drop website builders have largely taken on one of two forms in recent years. In the first category, you have streamlined builders like Weebly, Wix, Duda, and uKit: easy-to-use tools the hobbyist or busy small business owner can use to […]

  • XPRS Review

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    Overview XPRS is the new website builder from IM Creator. Founded in New York in 2011 by Jonathan Saragossi, IM Creator was developed as a simple drag-and-drop website builder that allows businesses and individuals to establish cloud-based websites, blogs, and online stores without being fluent in code. According to the company’s most recent tally, 11,240,766 […]

  • Squarespace Review

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    Overview Squarespace was launched by Anthony Casalena in January of 2004. Using a $30,000 investment from his father, Casalena initially ran the company out of his university dorm. Squarespace has achieved enormous success since that time and now has offices in New York, Portland, and Dublin. Despite its humble origins, Squarespace has reached powerhouse status in […]

  • Jigsy Review

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    Overview Jigsy is an easy-to-learn drag-and-drop DIY website builder with some distinct advantages for the blogger and the small-time seller. With a name that sounds like a party game played by drunk people (making way too much noise in a little apartment), Jigsy is the end-user site of Viviti CMS. Founded in 2007 by Dave Shworan, Jigsy […]

  • One.com Website Builder Review

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    Overview One.com is a web hosting company that includes a website builder in its services. My review is exclusively focused on the website builder, because that’s how I roll. Saddled with a name that doesn’t seem to comport with modern SEO best practices, One.com was founded in Denmark in 2002, and currently serves more than one […]

  • Simbla Review

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    Overview Simbla is a drag-and-drop DIY website builder with the singular aim of making website creation simple, quick, and fun. Founded in 2013 in Tel Aviv by Ilan Zrien and Shlomi Stein Zrien, Simbla has sought to distinguish itself by being exceptionally accessible and user-friendly. Simbla’s primary selling point is that through their platform, anybody can create a […]

  • SiteBuilder Review

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    Overview Disclaimer: Should you come across services called WebsiteBuilder.com, Sitey.com or Sitelio.com, be advised that they are the exact same products as SiteBuilder.com. For reasons known only to them, the company behind SiteBuilder is hosting the same website builder on multiple domains. The only differences are in the specifics of the paid plans. The enigmatically-named SiteBuilder.com is a do-it-yourself website builder […]

  • Sitey Review

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    Overview Disclaimer: Should you come across services called WebsiteBuilder.com, SiteBuilder.com or Sitelio.com, be advised that they are the exact same products as Sitey.com. For reasons known only to them, the company behind Sitey is hosting the same website builder on multiple domains. The only differences are in the specifics of the paid plans. Sitey is a do-it-yourself website builder whose […]

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