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Mfirma is a Poland-based company that offers a GDPR-compliant website builder tool that claims to get your site up and running in five minutes. The company also offers lots of other web-related services including Google Ad campaigns, domain registration, SEO positioning, and email services.
The Mfirma website is very cluttered, unorganized, and looks pretty cheap. The website is also entirely in Polish by default, but you can view it in Czech, Russian, or German by changing the country domain extension (e.g., .cz, .ru, or .de) in the URL.
Features and Ease of Use
Mfirma’s ad-free website builder has built-in hosting and comes with a total of 1,000 templates that are divided into different business categories (e.g., education, music and clubs, fashion and style, etc). You can use the website builder on your browser without the need to install any software on your device.
Although Mfirma isn’t a drag-and-drop website builder, you can easily create a page and edit its content at any time. You can also change the entire template and the color of your website.
Mfirma offers three different plans (with inclusive web hosting) to get started with your own website – Basic, Active, and Business. The Basic package gives you most of the facilities, but it’s only designed for those who want a simple online presence.
If your website is your main source of getting new clients, then the other two plans that both have a set budget of 400 PLN with the Active package and 700 PLN with the Business package for Google advertising.
All plans include a free SSL certificate, a free domain name ( .pl or .com.pl ), and a website (CMS).
Pricing and Support
Mfirma’s prices are pretty cheap, but its Basic plan is more expensive than well-established website builders like Wix, for example. All prices are displayed in Polish zloty.
As for the payment model, you can pay in two or four monthly installments, but there are no quarterly, semi-annual or annual payment models available.
If you’re undecided about Mfirma, you can try the website builder free for seven days before you commit to any package.
One of Mfirma’s weakest points is its support. As previously mentioned, the website is messy and unattractive. There are few FAQ sections under each service as well as a small Help Center that contains some tutorials.
To contact the customer support, there’s a live chat channel, but when I tested it, I was unable to connect to a representative. Other communication channels include phone, email, or a contact form.