Best Business Website Builders of 2017

My literature lecturer stressed me out last semester. He gave me a task and I was supposed to have a blog. An odd whim of a strange man… Alright, as for the blog. I made one on Orson.
That’s crazy! It was a solid blog, for sure! I posted text, pics and some videos, basic staff actually… but it cost me about 30 minutes only, not more. Some builders ignore videos in a blog.
It has everything the proper blog must have. Disqus is already there if you need comments. Apart from blogging Orson.io has cool integrations.
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2017.02.17 at 09:52 written by: Damien
Reviews: 11
Overall rating: 4.18
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Been a dedicated customer of WS from winter to autumn 2012. Since those days their platform has helped me on my way to being an entrepreneur at web business. When using WS I didn't see eye to eye on some things which they used to add. Well, it’s because I’m somewhat conservative, anyways, back to the review. During the long period of using this builder I had a very wonderful experience. Building websites was a pleasure and still is to this day. Thing is though, with this company I was kind of annoyed by the spam emails ...

2017.04.05 at 06:18 written by: tsmith
Reviews: 17
Overall rating: 4.18
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I've used a Simbla best account for over a year and a half at a church where I'm employed as a communications coordinator. Earlier this month I purchased another account for my personal website and switched my hosting service to Simbla from a different provider. Everything went smoothly.
Simbla has tools which helped me getting my website up and running fast, easy and intuitively. It may sound unrealistic to you but this is true. Simbla gives everything it boasts about when advertised.
For users who are technically literal here’s a set of templates. Finding the right one ...

2017.03.12 at 11:01 written by: Tton
Reviews: 11
Overall rating: 4.18
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I was over the moon when found OnepagerApp website. It looked so promising. I’m still thankful to the developers of OnepagerApp. For compact websites they’re irreplaceable. I’m managing my own website on this platform.
Today I’m less enthusiastic though. Think OnepagerApp has work to do yet. I don’t like it that themes gallery comes with 16 variants. This not enough! Made for one-page websites they’re formatted differently than other builders. Had to take my time to get used to. Good to see that the themes are laid out nicely. Customizability, this is where OnepagerApp ...

2017.02.10 at 09:38 written by: Mark W
Reviews: 8
Overall rating: 4.12
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Curtis is here! Got news about Techsitebuilder. A lovely tool! Looks pretty and produces nice things. Not the game changer but will find its fans. I’m not one of them. As for me Techsitebuilder is a primitive platform. Don’t mean to offend it but it’s no place for a big site which sells or for a big company which needs different levels of access. It’s not about Techsitebuilder, if you want such options you won’t love it. Fortunately Devil is not so black as he is painted, just believe me.
First of all, this builder ...

2017.02.11 at 03:37 written by: sajeneika
Reviews: 4
Overall rating: 3.00
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I'm here ready to tell what is good about Jigsy from commercial point of view and what is not. I have a lot of experience in selling on Wix, WordPress and other site builders so I can give a balanced opinion on Jigsy.

As for the good things, Jigsy has a lot of friends to be integrated which are Ecwid, PayPal and eBay. These services are irreplaceable for successful online business. The variety of social media buttons and plugins made me happy when I started selling on Jigsy. It gave me an opportunity to use such services as Reddit ...

2017.01.14 at 08:16 written by: Dennis
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 3.00
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I’ve happily escaped from Ucraft!!! It was a torture I couldn’t stand!!! Let me explain it: my small blog was for people who travel, they’re rarely at home browsing through the Internet on the go. Ucraft is unacceptably BAD FOR THEM!!! and for me as a result. Mobile rendering was a matter of LUCK but not a well programmed process!!! I selected one of the templates for my blog, published it and it looked okay, switched to another template and the paragraphs started to cover each other, I chose a different theme and it turned my blog ...

2017.04.04 at 03:42 written by: aqibarif74
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 3.00
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A comment by a translator. No particular skills, know just what an average user knows. Published my page with contacts, portfolio and prices. Like it.
The builder is user-friendly, not because of ease of use but because new ideas appear continually. Plug-ins are always up to date. New releases are pushed made in a skilful way.
The building process swirls around sections, they stack on top of one another. The blocks are contained inside of each section. Text, images, forms are all inside.
Forms are amazing. The number of fields they are made with is limitless. Seen radio buttons and ...

2017.04.10 at 03:33 written by: riesty
Reviews: 4
Overall rating: 3.00
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Hi! I’d like to drop a few lines about Webydo. I’m not sure that I should estimate it as a website builder. It’s of a different breed so to speak. While other services market themselves as sites for hobbyists Webydo thinks about professionals. I design sites myself, it was a pleasure for me that Webydo provides something code-free and responsive. Many compare it to Adobe Photoshop or InDesign, that’s really so and this is convenient for me personally, I love both of the programs mentioned. Still I wouldn’t compare it to Wix or Squarespace. In ...

2017.04.20 at 04:03 written by: MillionDollarBucks
Reviews: 6
Overall rating: 3.00
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My level of experience was equal to zero when I found Homestead. :) I didn’t even imagine how can a blank template turn into a piece of web art. I didn’t even know such a term as “blank templates”. It all became simple and clear when I watched Homestead’s tutorials. Surprisingly they boosted my skills a lot, they told me how to drag stuff, how to change themes and much more. I’m sincerely thankful to Homestead for that! :) Homestead introduced the world of coding to me and years later I took up a course on HTML and ...

2017.03.07 at 04:46 written by: Coins
Reviews: 8
Overall rating: 2.88
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Site.pro is the worst website builder ever! This is the most complicated platform I’ve been on. I’ve never tried anything less user-friendly. It’s not organized at all. Searching for templates isn’t convenient either. When I chose one of their templates I couldn’t really understand how to customize it because Sitepro just offered me a number of tools but didn’t explain how to apply them. Their templates are terrible! They look shabby and I doubt that their design can attract anyone. I was browsing through their layouts the other day and I came across ...

2017.02.23 at 19:45 written by: Lauren Andrea
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.80
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Another interesting (and free!) service. I was pleasantly surprised by the way you can create a nice-looking website in only a few minutes. The registration was really quick - it only took me a few seconds to register and I immediately had a green light on configuring my website. Though one of the things that disappointed me was that the number of the available templates was limited to 12, and nearly all of them were outdated, non-responsive designs. The customization is also wide, but the user interface itself wasn’t very user-friendly. I’ve spent quite a lot of time finding ...

2017.02.12 at 09:31 written by: DC1977
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.80
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Simple, smooth, nice and pretty site builder. Drag and drop functions are useable, practical and nice working. I found all of the elements necessary for me in the side bar, they’re easily accessible and simple to implement. When I drop them into footer or let’s say onto a body of the page find them easy to edit. This site builder is friendly with alignment. It uses grids to help with aligning things. Column elements are here too, they make it possible to structure elements as well. Everything is simple to understand. I’ve checked Sitezulu’s form builder ...

2017.04.04 at 03:24 written by: Adam
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.80
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Breezi is rather a mediocre player on the market. I tried it for my company and I can’t remember anything spectacular about it.
I suppose the interface is the most interesting part in case with Breezi. It looks like it was made specially for people who have a relation to professional design. Many tools do mimic the ones which you will find in Photoshop. The image editor is one of them. Just like any other product of the kind Breezi also provides features such as carousels, widgets for social networks and so on and so forth.
Implementing them isn ...

2016.10.23 at 06:59 written by: Millie
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.80
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I was planning to make a very basic site for pet-sitting business that allows clients to use a calendar and schedule appointments just like booking a hotel. I was also interested in posting pictures of clients’ pets and links to adoption pages on social media.
I’ve achieved some of my goals but I have to warn you that Sitecube.com is only good if:
(1) You stick very closely to the templates without trying to do any deep customization
(2) You have experience in design and you know what you're doing when modifying your website. If not, you ...

2017.03.11 at 12:33 written by: Harry
Reviews: 13
Overall rating: 2.77
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My opinion: building a website should be as easy as boiling an egg. Good God today’s builders have succeeded in it. LightCMS is one of them. Getting yourself online isn’t an issue with it and I’m online too now. HOWEVER! it would be unfair of me to write that LightCMS is just another website builder without anything interesting. It’s not. Especially now that the functionality has been improved. They’ve made better:
· Blogging
· eCommerce
· Drag-and-Drop interface
With such upgrades LightCMS has grown up.
As an owner of a medium-sized business I appreciate it so much! If ...

2017.01.04 at 08:43 written by: Gary
Reviews: 4
Overall rating: 2.75
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When I launched my first website on Weebly back in 2012 I was rather enthusiastic about it. I could drop elements and blog about my music. The website looked attractive with different effects and numerous images. As years have passed I started to feel that my website is getting outdated. I wanted to upgrade but all the blocks were fixed and I couldn’t rearrange them. I decided to move to another platform but I couldn’t do it because I would lose a lot of data. Anyway, I decided to build another website on Weebly but I’ve failed ...

2016.11.05 at 12:57 written by: LARS303
Reviews: 22
Overall rating: 2.68
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Moonfruit isn’t my favorite tool but it has something to boast. They made me a website which was not bad. The platform brings a lot of wonderful features to the table. However the customization aspect could be better in my opinion. From time to time though the tools offered can seem a bit complicated. Moonfruit is certainly not the program you can get the hang of in 15 minutes. There’s a definite learning curve which requires a good deal of time investment from you. With that said I should mention that many of their features are quite intuitively ...

2017.03.01 at 20:36 written by: Martin Walker
Reviews: 6
Overall rating: 2.67
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I’m all upset with the site I had on Voog builder some time ago. This platform is so poor that I couldn’t bare it anymore. Since I do a lot of sales I want to have a large website with a number of plug-ins. Voog has let me down. Some of the aspects which are terrible here:
• No eCommerce features
• No iOS/Android Apps
• No newsletter tools
• No membership system
• No opportunity to create design from scratch
I’ve failed to build something decent with Voog. I think they need to provide their users with more features to ...

2017.02.06 at 10:32 written by: Gina
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.60
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Squarespace is nice, they have gorgeous templates and various widgets. NO! They lure people in promising ease of use and friendly templates. You’ll never see anything of these on Squarespace. Their service is intuitive for a lay-user only and you can’t customize a thing in fact.

Using Squarespace I’ve noticed that it resembles me what Wix used to be a few years ago. Most of their templates are overused but never updated. The websites they offer are so ill-equipped that you won’t be able to build something functional.

I remember Squarespace when it was taking off ...

2016.11.25 at 12:57 written by: fedpsd
Reviews: 13
Overall rating: 2.54
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Website is a relatively good platform. Perhaps it will suit those of you who want to make a portfolio or a simple website to advertise products. I’m not sure that you can easily build up an intricate website here due to a lack of specific features. I’ve found Website extremely useful when it comes to making galleries. I can choose hundreds of images from Website’s gallery or upload images from my computer. There’s not enough storage place for uploaded pictures so it makes you think twice before uploading an image.

The choice of galleries is also ...

2016.12.03 at 19:02 written by: SEALE05
Reviews: 19
Overall rating: 2.53
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Cubender appeared to be ideal on paper. I thought that this website builder would be good for today’s generation. So it was but only partially.
I am a freelancer and published a website to spread my works. Cubender features crisp and quite responsive website building. Most of the basic goals are easy to achieve. Responsivity is a weak point though. Mobile websites don’t look perfect but function nice. The degree of style customization is acceptable. The basic settings are present and it’s simple to learn them. As for the features now. I’ve found some nice decisions ...

2016.10.28 at 07:54 written by: oyim2000
Reviews: 4
Overall rating: 2.50
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Wake up people! Open up your eyes and stop listening to the unrealistic reviews about RocketSpark. Listen to what I got to say. I’ve been there and I know how it feels to be a RocketSpark user. First launching RocketSpark I noticed it was radically different from what I knew. It breaks the rules of what has become a standard website building platform. Bringing up a list of elements with Drag&Drop stuff isn’t about RocketSpark. Instead editing here is of “days gone by” format but it’s implemented well in this case. I didn’t drag anything ...

2017.02.12 at 10:43 written by: Perry Driver
Reviews: 4
Overall rating: 2.50
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I don’t like Impress.ly service! It may be nice for someone enthusiastic about new technologies but for an experienced user like me this it’s just a useless attempt to offer unpractical tools in an innovative way. Here’s why I can’t stand this platform.
• Too few templates available.
There’re not many designs to choose from. What they offer looks generic and you can’t customize it in a proper way.
• Elements miscategorized.
If you want to find shapes it’s not that easy to do. All of their elements are categorized in a wrong way ...

2017.02.18 at 09:21 written by: Leah Feeback
Reviews: 4
Overall rating: 2.50
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Someone may be interested in my opinion about N.nu editor… If you’re going to use it or if you’re in two minds my experience may help. I hope so at least… N.nu used to be the editor I chose for my notary's office in 2013. The site which I had was loading lightning fast. It was so much of a surprise for me because the site had quite a lot of pictures and text blocks combined together…
It had the same loading speed on mobile phones, when people needed to find us or get our ...

2017.03.04 at 09:20 written by: Pitsnstems
Reviews: 6
Overall rating: 2.50
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