With exception to the exceptional templates, the editor is probably the best thing about SiteBuilder. The layout is very useful for those wishing to skip over the fluff. Easy to follow, drag and drop functionality, and simple navigation are way ahead in the web building game.
Once you add the features you’ll require to start, then you’re ready for business. What you’ll get is a decent builder which makes it really easy to get it up and running.
Bragging rights go to SiteBuilder when it comes to features. It has everything you need, including blogging, ecommerce, forms and an app market.
What would be advantageous would be to have more accessible information, like tutorials and guides. Users of SiteBuilder have also complained that the interface is a bit too much. Convenient template selector lets you select themes in your style. The pre-filled templates guide your design, which makes possible a layout to build on. The drag-and-drop controls make it a basic for anyone who likes to make minor adjustments.
With 50MB of storage available, that won’t give your website the ideal start. It’s a very small size and it’ll be gone soon after you launch. 10GB might be alright but that’s still not enough to set you up for a while. The goal is growing, not stopping because you don’t have everything you need.
Starting a blog is no problem, and the SEO is much easier with this type of setup. You’ll have the option to get more services and tools at an additional payment. Basic features are on all plans.
The support system is pretty fantastic. What is in the spotlight is that they pick up calls from customers all the time. There’s also live chat (which is only for Premium and eCommerce customers).