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MAGIX Website Maker MX Full Version
Webspace 20000 MB
Domain of choice 5 Domains
Email accounts 10 Email Accounts
Website projects Unlimited
Number of pages per project Unlimited
Website templates Over 150
Design objects Over 1500
MAGIX Web address
Passwort protection 2.0
Duration 12 Month
Monday 20 October 2014
There isn’t really a lot to say to sum this application up. A simple program requires a simple conclusion, so how about this: It doesn’t get easier, cheaper or faster than this to get a professional looking site online, but it gets a whole lot better if you need and/or want it to.More about MAGIX Website Maker
Tuesday 14 February 2012
Lifeyo is ideal for anyone who wants to build simple website quickly, without any design experience. The application is very easy to use. The two subscription options are very affordable, starting at free. Individuals and freelancers would get the most use out of Lifeyo because the site limits the maximum number of sites for each account. Users can easily choose professional templates, customize them and add content without worrying about any coding.More about Lifeyo
Wednesday 31 December 1969
Yola Silver provides a clean interface, efficient imaging tools and ample template categories. It's a great website maker for anyone who is apprehensive about building a website for his or her business. It lacks rollover creation and offers only 5GB of storage, but it has sufficient tools and features that make up for any deficiencies. The $100 in free credits (upon spending an initial $25) on AdWords credits is a generous perk and good indicator of Yola's devotion to customer service. This application is easy to use and will help you to make refined and professional websites that your customers will enjoy visiting.More about Yola
Thursday 10 July 2014
It’s been somewhat difficult to write paragraph after paragraph about where LifeYo has missed the mark, but there really isn’t much that they provide at all compared to the multitude of platforms available today. From their friendly and welcoming vibe, it seems like their development team honestly wanted to make a great product. Unfortunately, someone forgot to do their research first on what’s made some of the competition before them successful. For a paid-only service, it’s just not even close to some free builders out there, making LifeYo tough to recommend.More about Lifeyo
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