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Website Builders

While website building once used to be a large-scale company investment and a major financial commitment, there are now many platforms that allow you to build a website more easily. These sites, called website builders, typically use drag-and-drop style templates which take care of a lot of the heavy design work for you.

Finding the perfect website builder can help you save a great amount of time and effort so I made a list of the best website builders out there.

Squarespace

Squarespace is probably the most well-designed website builder out there. The platform lets you build a modern and beautiful website for desktop and mobile viewing.

On Squarespace, templates are fresh and designed for any purpose; commerce, blogs, galler

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Wix

Wix is one of the biggest players in the market today. It was launched in 2006 and has improved significantly since then. The platform offers an easy-to-use editor that gives you full creative control. No coding skills needed. With Wix you can use ADI, a

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Weebly

Weebly is a well known and solid brand in the website builders industry. This website builder has managed to offer a robust and extremely easy-to-use editing engine.

Weebly’s drag and drop interface is incredibly intuitive, enabling everybody to build we

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Webflow

Unlike its competitors, Webflow is primarily intended for web designers. The great strength of Webflow, in addition to its intuitive interface, is that it allows you to create websites with an ultra-custom, pixel-controlled design.

Webflow may not be gre

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Readymag

When your goal is to create a short, simple, and nice-looking website on the fly, Readymag might be the right call. However, when it comes to creating business websites, blogs, magazines and things that need to be updated recurrently, this solution is not

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Ecommerce Website Builders

Website builders like Wix, Weebly and Squarespace have built-in basic Ecommerce support, functions and templates. But nothing beats a dedicated eCommerce platform.

Ecommerce website builders are designed for the specific purpose of helping their users build online stores and offer the appropriate features and tools that allow them to do one specific thing and do it right; sell products online.

There are a few excellent choices for you to consider. Each one has its own pros and cons.

Shopify

Shopify is a paid proprietary ecommerce solution (monthly subscription + sales commission) that serves more than 800,000 online stores.

The platform offers some of the best features in the market including a solid checkout solution that prevents a lot o

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WooCommerce

WooCommerce is an open-source WordPress plugin, meaning that it is an extension that allows you to add new features to WordPress and transform your WordPress site into a powerful ecommerce store.

All the essential ecommerce functionalities are present. Y

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Prestashop

Prestashop is another Open Source ecommerce CMS. And even if I'm personally not a huge fan of this solution, to be fair, it deserves its place in this list.

Prestashop's interface, close to that of WordPress from a functional point of view, allows you to

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BigCommerce

Bigcommerce is a fairly general ecommerce website builder but which has real differentiating advantages. The first considerable advantage comes from the pre-integrated extensions, included in the basic subscription and which will cover a very wide field o

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Big Cartel

BigCartel is probably the only ecommerce site builder where you can set up a store and sell online for free. However, there are a few restrictions on the free plan. It is safe to say that this plan is rather made for testing purposes before entering the h

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Portfolio Builders

Given the plethora of tools available on the market, the list below is not exhaustive but brings together the solutions that are best suited for portfolio creation, as well as the most popular among photographers.

Adobe Portfolio

Adobe Portfolio enables creatives to quickly and simply build a website to showcase their work/art. No web design or coding knowledge required.

The awesome thing about Adobe Portfolio is that it lets users import content from Behance or Photoshop and use

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Format

Format offers one of the easiest user interfaces. All basic options are covered such as image protection, beautiful mobile-ready layouts, online store, custom domain name, etc.

If you are a professional photographer, you will love Format because it inclu

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Dunked

Dunked is a website builder for portfolios. It was made for independent creatives, artists, designers, illustrators, and photographers who like to showcase their work.

Quickly after its launch, the platform gained attention because it provides users a g

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Carbonmade

Carbonmade may not be the most attractive solution on the market due to its pricing and limitations. However, its simplicity of use makes it a truly good alternative.

The interface highlights your projects and offers only the bare minimum in terms of mod

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Dribbble

If you are a beginner or looking to get feedback/criticism on your work then you should start here. Dribbble is a good platform to showcase your creative work for free and give/receive comments.

The paid version offers all the tools you need to have a pr

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Form Builders

Sometimes, you need to create various forms in order to collect information about your visitors, capture emails, gather user feedback, take payments, etc. This can be complicated and time-consuming, especially if you don't have the coding skills.

Wouldn't it be great if you could create functional, nice-looking forms in no-time? With a drag-and-drop option to add multiple fields? And an interface where you could visualize all the data collected?

Each of the options below is unique in its own way so make sure to pick one that fits your needs.

Typeform

Typeform specializes in online form building and surveys. Using a simple well-designed drag-and-drop interface, Typeform lets you create any kind of form, questionnaire, or survey, and even take credit card payments. The platform is unique from other comp

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JotForm

JotForm is a fantastic and easy-to-use form builder. It’s got a ton of one-click integrations and apps. It connects with almost all of the email marketing software from AWeber to MailChimp as well as payment processors including PayPal, Stripe and more.

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Wufoo

Building forms online shouldn’t be a painful job, especially when you’re busy and want your form up and running asap. Wufoo makes it fast and easy to build a form in just few minutes, but also has all the power and features you need in a form builder.

Th

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Formstack

Formstack goes beyond a simple form builder, with more functionalities built around how your team will use the collected data. They comply with the HIPAA standard for the collection of personal data.

Users can save their forms half-finished then finish

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Cognito Forms

Cognito Forms is an advanced online form creation tool with an intuitive and user-friendly interface as well as the most robust set of free functionalities on the market like unlimited forms.

The platform offers extremely powerful features, including co

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