Review: 8 Website Builders to Get Your Workspace Online

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Believe it or not, a surprising amount of businesses don’t yet have a website.

Serviced office operator Landmark Plc recently posted research that suggests 50% of UK companies — from startups to large corporates — don’t have their own website.

If your flexible workspace hasn’t yet joined the online world, this list of 8 recommended website builders may help you get there.

Of course, we’re not suggesting a website made from a drag-and-drop template should be a long-term solution. To be competitive within our growing flexible workspace industry, your online presence and branding should be unique, it should tell your story, and it should instil trust. Crucially, it must ease the transition from lead to sale — and that calls for professional design.

In the meantime however, a quality website builder can provide a straightforward, cost-efficient format to get your business online quickly.

To help you decide which website builder best suits your requirements, Davis Porter from Cloudwards has worked up a handy guide to help users pick a platform and get started. All things considered, it may take longer to read Davis’s reviews than to actually create a website, but that’s no bad thing. The research is thorough, and this guide covers everything from pricing and sales channels to online security and mobile-friendliness.

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The guide covers:

  1. Shopify
  2. BigCommerce
  3. Wix
  4. Volusion
  5. Weebly
  6. Squarespace
  7. 1&1
  8. GoDaddy

If you’re thinking of using one of these platforms, or even if you haven’t considered them yet, go check it out here.

What do you think of website building platforms? Do you use one? If not, why not? Let us know by joining the conversation on Twitter or Facebook.

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