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Tara I.

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Member since July 2012

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3 Reviews by Tara

7/9/12

Erly looks like a great website, and it is apparent from the homepage. It is very appealing and easy to navigate, there are links to detailed information on the site, how to use it, and its purpose. This is a different kind of site builder, used mostly to create virtual event pages, invitations, and multimedia albums, which I find very interesting. It is a new way of inviting family and friends to big events in a more appealing way. There are many featured items and it is easy to sign up, however it is not outright about whether or not it is free or costs to use. This could be a major downfall for anyone that is not prepared to pay for the services.

7/9/12

Moonfruit seems very easy to navigate and has a wide variety of templates and designs. It is free with the option of paying for premium, and the overall layout of the website is very appealing and stylish. I like how easy it is to create a nice website without having it look unprofessional or sloppy. The first thing seen on the homepage is the option to click a free design and get started. I like that it is a versatile site used to create both typical websites and also blogs on an easy level.

7/9/12

While Doodlekit is a free website builder, it is not the most user-friendly. The site's homepage looks... promising, but does not provide all the necessary tools to navigate the page and start creating. The list of features show that no HTML knowledge is required and the created websites will work in any browser, and all the examples look nice. Fortunately I noticed the "See Plans & Pricing" button soon enough, and I liked that there were options for pricing, with the basic option being free, and prices ranging all the way up to premium at $99. The free basic option seems to be adequate enough for personal use or even a professional site, depending on the company.

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