Wix Review

A robust platform that comes with tons of options, Wix is considered on of the most flexible website builders one can find on the internet. We do a test run of this drag-and-drop platform to see how it fares in terms of user experience, pricing, flexibility, pricing and support.

Site Editor: Just like Weebly, Wix also uses the drag-and-drop function to provide ease in building a website. It has a wide variety of selection when it comes to designs that you can use. The editing panel is placed on top, providing more room for the website being edited. There’s about 1-3 seconds delay for the section to be added on the website you’re building.

Ecommerce: Adding the simple store took me about 15 seconds before it appeared on the site being edited. They have 5 shipping options to choose from namely Free Shipping, Flat Rate, Rate by Weight, Rate by Price and Store Pickup Only.

Apps Store: They have numerous interesting apps to choose from whether you’re on a Free plan or on a paid one. From embedding to creating events and having membership pages.

Pricing: The plan selection is limited and categorized depending on what you may need. You can choose in between your website feature needs or the one for ecommerce. The price ranges from $10 to $27 for the website plan and $18 to $38 for the ecommerce plan.

Support: I’ve had trouble finding a way to get in touch with them. Clicking support tab only brings you to the page with all the information you may be looking for. However, I’d feel at ease knowing there’s someone attending to concerns in real-time.

Pros: The drag-and-drop function is an edge. They also provide free plans to start off your website with limited plugins
Cons: Real-time support is not possible. They only offer emails and phone support. Live chat option is not possible. The editor responds a little slow compared to others especially when adding a page or section.

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