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.
San Francisco-based SiteKit promises a smooth website builder experience with no hidden costs. Their main value-add is in their subscription-based service for a flat fee, which includes all the features of their easy-to-use platform and boasts superb functionality typically only available with premium website builder services. With SiteKit, users get professional, fully-customizable templates built with responsive design and a robust image editor that allows you to resize, crop, or enhance your pictures directly through the browser-based editor.
Of course, you can also easily link your website with all your social networks – Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and so on – and configure your SEO settings or perhaps set up a blog. Google Analytics integration has also been conveniently provided, so you can track your visitor stats and figure out how to boost your traffic and conversions with ease. Your SiteKit subscription also comes with unlimited storage, unlimited pages, unlimited bandwidth, zero ads, a custom top-level domain, access to the Moboom Market (an App Store-like platform), and stellar customer support from a team of design experts.
SiteKit is free to try for an unlimited period of time – you only pay when you’ve decided that your site is exactly how you’d like it, and you’re ready to make it live. A SiteKit subscription is available at a flat monthly fee.
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.