Website Builder Development in 2014: A Look Back at the Best Providers

January 12, 2015 Published by 2 Comments

Website builders often have to contend with the notion that they aren’t suitable for professional websites. Supposedly, outdated technologies and designs place unacceptable restrictions on their users. How is it, then, that companies such as Wix, Squarespace, or Jimdo keep growing, with new record numbers year after year, as seen in our market analysis? The […]

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How Reliable Are Website Builder Servers Really?

October 23, 2014 Published by Leave your thoughts

Nothing is more irritating than not being able to load a website because the server is unavailable. Because we, too, are annoyed by this, we tested the server availability for popular website builder providers back in 2011. In our test, Jimdo came away as the winner, with only 33 minutes and four seconds of downtime […]

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Too Slow Across the Board: A Review of Eight Website Builders’ Page Speeds

August 7, 2014 Published by Leave your thoughts ,

Whether at home or on the go, when users look up information on the web, they expect an immediate response. Initial content such as headlines and navigation should ideally be available within two seconds, giving the user the opportunity to interact with the website. Your website offers relevant information, is SEO optimized, and user-friendly, too? […]

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6 Types of Blog Posts That Your Readers Will Love

January 6, 2014 Published by 4 Comments

Content marketing has changed the blogosphere for the better. As businesses race to attract new visitors – and new custom – content is being produced to higher and higher standards. Quality content is a must, and frequent production is important, but you also need to produce a variety of content to keep your audience interested. […]

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