Every business needs a website. It’s one of the very first things you need if you want people to be able to know who you are and the products/services your business offers.
The only problem is that there are so many different kinds of builders out there that it can be hard to decide which one to go with for your business.
If you want to know for certain which website builder is right for your business, then you need to think about pricing, user-friendliness, as well as design & features.
I think out of all of these, pricing is the most important factor to think about when deciding which builder you want to go with.
Depending on your budget, you need to pick one that works well for your business AND isn’t super expensive to the point it’ll accidentally make you broke.
Thankfully, there are lots of website builders out there that fit this category well, and the best of them all is Wix. Their highest plan is their VIP and that’s still only $45 a month. GoDaddy, Weebly, and Shopify are also good options when it comes down to price.
It’s important for beginners that a website builder is not only good in price, but also easy to use as well. Especially if you want to make a website quickly without dealing with all kinds of hassle.
However, If you feel like you’re struggling or it just seems too difficult to use overall, then that probably means that website builder is not the one for you.
WordPress, along with other builders like Jimdo, Wix again, and a few others are the best option for simple and easy user accessibility.
Design & Features
Although it is crucial to think about pricing and user ability, if the layout and features aren’t what you want or need for your website, then there’s no point in even trying to use it.
Some website builders that I believe have great design and features for you to use are Wix, Squarespace, and WordPress.
I do also want to mention though that, although Squarespace is fantastic when it comes to all of the deciding factors and has a great variety of templates, its navigation system is actually very limited as it doesn’t support complex menus that are sometimes necessary for larger websites.
I know I’ve listed a couple of websites repeatedly, but it’s still better overall for you to do your own research when it comes to making the final decision. Remember to keep each element in mind and ask yourself questions like, what kind of website do I want? What’s my budget? What kind of design do I want to have? And more to figure out for yourself which website builder is the best for you.
You can actually consult with us if you’re wanting advice for building or changing up your website. Don’t be afraid to reach out!