To compare the best website builders on ease of use, templates, customer service, and value for money, we tried to build the same site on each platform. Check out the results here.
Movable Type is a Japanese, easy-to-manage website builder. The process of creating the website and working with it is well-documented on the website. All you need to do is explore the website to find out if the services offered are indeed for you.
Creating a new website is pretty easy with Movable Type. You’ll need to fill out the information regarding your website URL and name, choose a path, and select the appropriate theme from the selection they offer on their website. You can follow similar instructions to create a blog section on the same website if needed.
Movable Type does not offer the usual drag and drop website builder so for those who have zero programming knowledge, it might be a bit hard to work with. However, they make up for that by offering you greater control over your website. For instance, if your website has different versions for different countries, you can easily create different sites and manage them from one place. If you have a membership-based website that involves managing different users and subscribers, their user permissions will come in handy, allowing you to operate your site with safety.
If you want to experience Movably Type firsthand, you can download it for a one-month trial period. If it meets your needs, you have the option to choose from three different packs they offer. All three packs include maintenance, although it’s important to keep track of how long they provide free maintenance with each package.
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.