Monday, March 14, 2011

Site2You Website Builder Review

Hey Neighbors!

Are you looking for a great website builder? I found one that I really like! I even have my daughters experimenting with it. One because she would like to eventually design websites, and the other seeing if it will work for our ministry.

Site2You is one of the easiest web builders I have tried. They have loads of designs to choose from! After you choose your design you have the ability to go in and experiment making changes, like images, fonts, layout, etc. I found most of the web builder to be pretty self explanatory. Site2You has Tutorials available when needed. And, if you get stuck they have support available to help you. If you find you can't do what you want, contact their support and they will work with you.

They have designs for restaurants, lawyers, turnkey websites and dummy texts. The Site2You Web Builder is user-friendly and easy to navigate. Their Admin Panel has been tested to work with:Windows 6+, Mozilla Firefox 2+, Chrome, Safari 3+, Opera 9+, and Netscape Navigator 9+.

Here is how it works. 1. Choose a design style. 2. Preview the design to make sure it fits your needs. 3. Sign up for the seven day trial. You don't have to purchase yet, you don't even need to give payment information at this point. Just a name, phone number and email address. You will have seven days to work with the site and get it set up. At the end of the seven days, decide if this is the one for you and then set up payment. After payment is made your will have 3 days to make any changes and then your website will go up.

You have 2 options; the Anti-Crisis Plan, which is $24.95 a month ($19.95 a month if you are an annual subscriber), or The Premium Plan which is $49.95 a month. Obviously you have more benefits with the Premium Plan. Click here to see the differences. You can find all sorts of advice on How To on the Site2You Article page.

Now, I have not actually paid for a site on Site2You so my opinion is based solely on the 7 day trial and information on their site. It seems fairly easy to use and would appear to be a good option for a new or smaller business. Be thorough and visit the FAQ page for more information on services provided, what happens should you cancel early etc. Make sure if you are looking for a web builder to check out Site2You.

Disclaimer:I did receive monetary compensation for this post. Quotes are taken directly from the website and/or email. All thoughts and opinions are mine.

1 comment:

PaperbackGoddess said...

Thanks so much for the great review! I have been looking for a web design company to help build and maintain my three sites. I will definitely check these guys out!