Cloudswave Score for Jimdo
Rating based on 13 Critic Reviews
Jeremy Wong, on Website Builder Expert
If you you are a small to medium sized business or an online store, looking to build a website to create an online presence, Jimdo is a strong candidate for you to consider.
Anna Ferencz, on Site Builder Report
I found the most promising part of Jimdo to be their iOS app. Hopefully this will be the main track of a general redesign for Jimdo. Overall, I found the website editor to be poorly executed and layouts to be outdated.
Robert Brandl , on Website Tool Tester
From our experience we are convinced that Jimdo is the best all-in-one package that provides everything you need for a small business website. Their paid plans include a domain name and email accounts, a great ecommerce feature and even a simple newsletter tool that allows you to keep in touch with your website’s visitors.
It’s very easy to understand and it provides excellent options to attract new visitors through search engines. One area where they could improve is in their layouts. Even though the variety is great and they are optimized for mobile devices, they could use a bit more flexibility — their competitor Weebly leads the way in this respect.
Dan Kaufenberg, on Just For Websites
In conclusion Jimdo is a very intuitive diverse option for creating a website and can get anyone onto the internet in no time. For business I always recommend WordPress, but Jimdo can be a good choice for businesses that are not focusing the super fine points of internet marketing. That being said, Jimdo business offers all of the essentials to run a business website.
Simon Williams, on Mac World UK
Jimdo Pro is a practical website package which, even in its free form, offers most of the basics. The Pro product is free from ads and adds a personalised domain and email, plus site stats. It’s easy to use and many of the templates are stylish.
Dan kenitz, on Clickfire
Jimdo aces some of these requirements, but it totally fails on the other ones – it’s a very up-and-down state of being. With the quality website builders available these days, Jimdo has some tough competition and unfortunately just doesn’t measure up. Their downfall? Simply being too stingy on the good features. If you make people pay for what they can find for free somewhere else, they’re going somewhere else. And you probably should, too.
Adam Brown, on AppAppeal
Jimdo is a nice application that can be used by anyone wanting to build websites quickly and easily. It’s great for people that don’t know how to build websites but still want to build their own presence on the internet. There are other web cms applications available with an easier interface.
Karl Wright, on Expert Reviews
We agonised for some time over Jimdo’s score. If we were judging purely on the features alone (server space, database support and so on) Jimdo would get only two stars. Where Jimdo scores well is offering an easy way for novices to quickly get a good-looking page online. However, while this would earn an extra star or two, you may as well opt for the free version. Plus, Jimdo is a bit cheeky. If you sell using an online shop, it levies a 5 per cent sales fee on every item sold (10 per cent if you're using the free package). That might be acceptable if the hosting plan was incredibly cheap and the extra fee was a way of keeping it so, but it’s more expensive than plenty of others out there. If you don’t plan to sell online and want only a basic site, opt for Jimdo Free.
From Top10 E-commerce Site Builders
The idea behind the Jimdo.com website is to put the power of website creation back into the hands of normal people. Whether you are looking to develop a site for your small or medium sized business, this could your perfect e-commerce solution.One of the best things about the Jimdo option is that they start by offering a free site. Better still, you do not need to know any code or how to run a server. In other words, they do all the hard stuff for you!
Michael, on Reviewstore
If you want to start a personal or business website, Jimdo is the best all in one package for building that site without hiring a developer. We strongly recommend getting JimdoBusiness, but you may be able to get by with JimdoPro. To us, it is worth the extra 42 cents a day to go with the business plan. Of course, if you are still unsure about whether you want to go with Jimdo, start out with the JimdoFree plan, and upgrade once you see how useful it is…and get tired of the ads on your website.
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