Friday, Feb 28 2020

The Best Website Builders in 2020

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Nearly every company in the country needs some form of an online presence. Often, having a website is the most fundamental component, allowing you to easily share information about your offerings.

The issue is, not all organizations can make room in their budget to hire someone to build their site. Having a professional create it from scratch can be costly, so it isn’t an expense every company can shoulder. Plus, if you can’t afford to keep a suitable IT professional on-staff, it means that you’ll need to turn to an expert again when you need to make changes or updates, adding to the overall price tag.

Luckily, that approach isn’t your only option. There is a slew of robust and easy-to-use website builders available, and many of them require no technical expertise. If you are wondering which ones are worth trying, here’s a look at the best website builders in 2020.

Wix

If you want a robust feature set but need the builder to be incredibly user-friendly, Wix might be the right choice for you. It’s one of the most popular service providers in the space. Plus, there’s even a free version that allows you to launch a simple site (with Wix branding) at no cost, as well as reasonably priced options without Wix ads and with more capabilities.

There are over 500 templates available, allowing you to jumpstart the design process. The editor is a drag-and-drop, so you don’t need any coding experience to finish your site. Additionally, there is a broad selection of popular features and tools, including image editors, animals, social media buttons, blog integration, and more.

 

1&1 IONOS MyWebsite

For companies looking for templates with a lot of options for customization and professional-grade features, 1&1 IONOS MyWebsite is a solid option. The entire site creation process is incredibly streamlined, and it’s presented in a way that makes it easy for beginners to understand.

However, there are also advanced features that are ideal for experts or those who learn as they go. The degree of customization that’s available is strong, and you can also work with one of the company’s consultants at no extra cost.

One drawback is that there isn’t a free plan, and the cost of getting started is higher than average. However, there is a 30-day money-back guarantee, so you could pursue a refund if you aren’t satisfied.

 

Weebly

Another powerhouse in the website creation space is Weebly. Like Wix, it offers a free version with a limited feature set and ads at no cost. If you move to a professional plan, you get access to additional storage, a free domain, and web store support for as many as 25 items. With the business plan, you get even more, including unlimited web store products and a slew of high-end features.

There are hundreds of templates that were created by web design professionals available, covering nearly every niche imaginable. Plus, it uses the popular drag-and-drop approach, and you get access to free images you can use, too.

 

Find the Best Tech Candidates in Silicon Valley with The Armada Group

Ultimately, all three of the website builders are worth considering if you need to launch a site. If you’d like to find out more, the staff at The Armada Group can help. Contact us today and see how our website development expertise can benefit you.