Owned by Bohemiasoft, Zombeek is a Czech company that specializes mainly in user-friendly website building. It also offers domain registration and website hosting. In other words, it’s an all-in-one tool to start your website easily.
The website has a professional layout and is quite informative. It’s available in English, Czech, Hungarian, and Slovak. All prices are displayed in euros.
Features and Ease of Use
Zombeek has a polished and highly responsive interface that you can easily use even if you don’t have any technical skills. No downloads or installations, just pick out a template, then drag and drop elements from the left sidebar to make your edits (text, images, videos, blocks), manage, and design your website.
Speaking of templates, I was bummed out to find that Zombeek offers only ten readymade templates to choose from.
On a brighter note, all designs are compatible with desktop and mobile devices and you can choose from one million free images. You can also create your website in any language and download your entire website.
Other notable features that come with Zombeek’s plans include video backgrounds, the ability to connect your website with an e-shop (unlimited products), contact forms, and a responsive block editor, form editor, and readymade blocks.
Pricing and Support
There are two plans offered by Zombeek – a free plan and a paid plan, called Worry-free. Even though the features that come with the free plan are (obviously) limited compared to the Worry-free plan, they’re pretty decent to get started or if you want to test this website builder before purchase.
The free plan comes with unlimited websites, 500 MB of storage, free web hosting, unlimited monthly data transfer, and free SSL certificate.
There is no duration limit on the free plan (not a trial). The Worry-free plan, on the other hand, is pretty expensive compared to other website builders in its tier.
Even though the website itself is informative, it’s limited in resources. There isn’t a Knowledgebase section. Instead, there’s a blog and a small FAQ section. None of the questions and answers were able to help me, personally.
You can only contact customer support through email, and their availability is limited to weekdays from 8 AM to 4 PM GMT +2. I sent an email outside of their working hours, but even after 24 hours, I haven’t received a response yet.