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Webflow Review 2020

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Webflow Review

I am an affiliate of Webflow.

Name: Webflow

Website: https://webflow.com/

Price: FREE – $36/mo – and up!

Owners: Vlad Magdalin (CEO), Bryant Chou (CTO), & Sergie Magdalin (CPO)

Overall Rank: 95 out of 100

Webflow, Product Overview

It makes me think of Photoshop for Websites. A graphical application that allows you a lot of flexibility in designing your websites/pages to look the way you want them to look.

Webflow

The Good & the Bad

The Good:

PRO #1: If you are experienced at building websites then you can build production ready websites without coding.

PRO #2: Powered by Amazon Web Services; fast, reliable hosting that scales.

PRO #3: 100s of video courses available to show you how to build your own website.

The Bad:

CON #1: Can be expensive at the higher business levels.

CON #2: Either need expertise building websites, have to hire a website builder, or spend hours learning how to use the website builder.

CON #3: Its only a website builder and hosting service.

Who is Webflow For?

  • Freelancers and Agencies
  • Marketing Teams
  • Business Owners
  • Prototyping

Webflow is for those who are in the business of building websites for businesses.

Webflow Tools & Training

The tools and training available include:

  • 100+ Custom Templates
  • Webflow 101: The Video Couse
  • Over 6 hours of Beginner Courses and over 10 hours of Advanced Courses
  • Over 10 hours of Featured Courses, to include a 6-hour Freelance Web Design Boot Camp

Webflow Support

There is a Support web page with chat available form 0800-1800 Pacific Time, Monday-Friday. They try to respond within 24-48 business hours.

In addition, there is a community of 75,000+ members that have frequent events, a web forum, several free downloadable ebooks, and you can hire a freelancer.

Webflow Price

  • Site Plans / Ecommerce Plans
    • Basic – $15/mo – simple site not requiring CMS
    • CMS – $20/mo – blog or content drivin site
    • Business – $45/mo – higher traffic marketing site or blog
    • Enterprise – contact for details
  • Account Plans
    • Starter – Free – able to build & stage  2 projects
    • Lite – $24/mo – export code & unlock more pages for unhosted projects (10 projects)
    • Pro – $42/mo – active freelancers & designers that need more projects & premium features (unlimited projects)

My Final Opinion of Webflow

I think this would be a great product for freelancers, designers, and businesses. WordPress combined with a webhosting service will not give you what you need at a professional business level.

However, if you are a self-employed person or someone who wants to start their own online blog or online affiliate marketing business and want to learn how to do it step-by-step, then this is not what this service is built to do.

Name: Webflow

Website: https://webflow.com/

Owners: Vlad Magdalin, Bryant Chou, and Sergie Magdalin

Price: $15-45+ per month

Overall Value Rank: 95 out of 100


Looking for other options?

Here is my article on How to Build a Website Easy – In Less Than 5 Minutes

and here is a comparison of my favorite webhosting provider against webflow:

 

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6 responses to “Webflow Review 2020”

  1. 少鋅 Avatar
    少鋅

    After checking your website last time and learning a lot of knowledge, the problem that is currently bothering is the website picture. Just because you published this article, I will try it now. I am currently using the CANVA web program, but it does not Without rich teaching, you can only find it on your own. I think your recommendation is definitely good!

    1. Les Waller Avatar
      Les Waller

      Thanks and good luck, kind sir!

  2. Lisa Avatar
    Lisa

    This is great information that you have shared. I do believe it would not be of much use to me because, I’m not technical at all and designing is definitely not my forte. The Cost seems a bit high for what you receive. I can see it would be of great benefit to many others with more technological know how. I prefer to use Wealthy Affiliate for many reasons. The training, the community and the cost are just the three main ones.

    1. Les Waller Avatar
      Les Waller

      Yes, I agree with you on that one…Wealthy Affiliate is a great place to build our online business. I’ve done a review on WA last year and this. Here’s this year’s https://marinehelpingveterans….

  3. Nath Avatar
    Nath

    Wow! This is actually dope considering the fact that I can do this and make money straight up from it. Well worthy honestly. I would like to get right to it straight up. I have been looking for something like this that would give freedom and help enable better restructuring and all for website designs. Good one here

    1. Les Waller Avatar
      Les Waller

      Yes, when I first came across this product I, too, was stunned by what you could do with it.

      It’s like the difference between Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop, one is quick and easy and the other is much more in-depth and involved.

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