Similarly to SITE123 website builder, you need to upgrade to get access to more email accounts. Not good for users.
Compared to others on this list, Webs design templates did seem a touch outdated. It also wasn’t as easy to edit.
Different site builder, same story. Cheapest – $5.99/mo plan is very limited. E-commerce plans are more expensive, starting at $22.99/month paid annually.
Higher renewal rates. This is a perfect example of what happens when discounts expire. We’ve had this test site for a few years now. And you’ll see in the image above that years two and three were more expensive. The new customer discount expired. Hence, if you see a website builder offering two or 3-year terms, you’re better off paying for it to save as much as possible with the new customer pricing.
Webs performance let us down a little. The uptime was only 99.83% over the past few months, meaning our site has spent a full day completely down. No website, no customers!
PROS of Webs
Webs.com hosts over 55 million sites. Mostly through web hosting.
They provide a lot of themes and templates to choose from, over 400.
Webs also provided good customer service experience. Live chat only takes a few seconds to get started, and the agent was very helpful.
Webs builder is fine. But way behind most of the other options on this list.
The templates are a little outdated. The performance hasn’t been very good. And the pricing seems kinda high based on what we’ve seen.