In this Weebly review, I go through its main features and my experiences on using the platform.
Although I have already reviewed this platform and Wix together, I came to the conclusion that I should write a dedicated Weebly review of its own. After all, Weebly is one of the biggest sitebuilders out there is as it “powers millions of businesses and more than 50 million sites around the world.”
This article discusses Weebly pricing and how much it costs to run a website on this platform. I also cover the various plans and their core features.
Weebly is one of the biggest site builders online. According to them, it “powers millions of businesses on more than 50 million sites around the world.”
Clearly, with a client base this big, they have done something right in their marketing and in their pricing, too.
I remember when I built my first website in 1996. It was exhilarating to learn HTML and eventually have your site uploaded online. And yes, back then we only had HTML since CSS arrived late to the party.When I think about my first site, it was, ahem, exciting-looking. The reason why I say this is because all the pages had a different look. You could try to use a technique called SSI (Server Side Includes) to make the pages look a bit more uniform, but that was it.
There were times when I didn’t appreciate the support of a product or service that much. All I cared about was features, and how much they cost. I also thought that I was technically competent enough to overcome any technical obstacles.
If I remember correctly, there was a time in the IT (Information Technology) universe when the word “app” didn’t exist. Or if it did, I sure didn’t recognize or understood what it meant.
Now the word “app” has become a household term, and it’s everywhere: there are apps in smartphones and even in smart TVs.