Heek is a decent website builder, but it won’t give you the full set of features you’ll get with the top website builders like Wix.
Heek is a chatbot. A chatbot that will create a website for you. Designed for small to medium businesses, Heek will ask you a few questions about yourself, your business, and the kind of site that you want, then shows you a selection of designs you can customize for your own needs. Much of the process is distilled into a simple conversation or a series of suggestions from Heek, to which you can either respond “OK” or “No thanks.”
Aside from, perhaps, swapping out the placeholder images for your own photos and editing the text, Heek does everything for you based on how you respond. (Of course, if you’d like to be a bit more hands-on, the WYSIWYG builder does allow you to drag and drop elements until you achieve the look you want.) The chatbot is efficient, friendly, and a cost-effective way for business owners to set up their own websites without a huge budget or lengthy back-and-forth exchanges with designers.
The best part is that you don’t have to commit immediately. Registering with Heek allows you to create your site immediately, but you can still test out the service for 14 days without having to enter your credit card information. The Starter plan affords you a free custom domain (only for yearly subscriptions) and the removal of ads. The Business plan allows you to sell with PayPal and gives you tips on how to improve your search engine rankings.
Before you make a decision, read my colleague’s comparison of the best website builders to make sure you’re not missing out on better alternatives.