You need to upgrade your plan to get more custom email accounts. Not possible to buy them separately.
Copy-past customer support answers. For example, we tried asking how many users they have, how many template options, etc. Yet, they wouldn’t be transparent and answer anything, instead of responding with, “In our webtool support department we do not have access to information concerning how many clients we have.” Seems more like they just didn’t feel like finding the answer for us. And when we asked a few other standard questions, they would just give us a link for the answer. Not very professional, but at least they have a 24/7 live support.
PROS of SITE123
They include a free plan to test out their website building tool. It’s very limited, but you can get an idea of how SITE123 works.
From what we can tell (they wouldn’t confirm), there are at least a 250+ design templates to choose from. They’re both visually pleasing and fit many different industries. You can use their tools to reorder pages or posts in minutes by clicking and dragging in place:
SITE123 is another website builder that delivers a strong uptime of 99.97%, which is slightly less than Constant Contact.
Basic plan pricing is good if you only need a simple, content-driven site or blog. We only paid $129.60 for the year, which also included the domain name.
Overall, we would recommend it for relatively simple sites. There are a lot of design template choices, uptime and speed was strong, too. However, the customer support and the editor were a little lacking, though.
You can try using it for bigger, more complicated sites. But it also gets expensive really fast.
Therefore, it might be a good alternative vs. getting a custom site built out. Just be ready to spend a decent amount over the course of a year if that’s the route you’re going with.