Tag: Builders

The Top 11 Free Website Builders

I’ve spent the last month testing free website builders and here’s the truth: companies aren’t jumping at the opportunity to give away something for free— but with a little research you can make it work.

Limitations are pretty consistent across free website builders: most include an ad along the footer of your website— though some ads are definitely more intrusive than others. All include a free subdomain— though some are too long to be usable. Only two website builders on this list (Ucraft and Google Sites) let you connect a custom domain name on their free plan.

My work is supported by affiliate commissions— so I may earn a comission if you buy a website builder based on my reviews. For ecommerce see my round up the best free ecommerce builders.

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10 Best Free Website Builders 2020

As you’ve seen, while some free website builders are fairly generous, they are generally pretty limiting.

Creating an okay website may be free, but creating a great one can be super cheap. Your website is worth putting the time and money in to make it exactly how you want it.

Although it differs depending on the individual website builder you’re looking at, there are a load of great features which you can unlock on pretty much any paid plan. The main ones include:

Remove Ads

On free plans your website builder will advertise on your site. Whether this is through a subtle banner or an annoying pop-up, this can ruin your professional image if you’re promoting your own brand or running a business.

On paid plans, such as Wix’s Combo plan, these adverts are removed, leaving your website clear of any distractions. This is similar to using the free

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The Best Website Builders for 2020

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Building a Website Has Never Been Easier

Getting your message out these days requires good helpings of Facebook and Twitter, with maybe a dash of Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Tumblr. But that’s not enough: if you want an internet presence that truly represents you or your organization, you also need a website that sets you apart from the crowd. A real website, as opposed to a social media page, gives you complete control over design and content. This lends credibility to your business, organization, or personal brand. Facebook pages all look alike in terms of design, but on your own website, you can realize a brand image, offer products for sale, and integrate third-party web services.

It’s never been easier to set up a professional-looking, design-forward website. Well-known DIY site building services such as Squarespace and Wix are constantly improving and adding new

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