Jimdo has millions of websites to its credit, and for good reason. With a focus on simplifying the process of getting online, Jimdo has created a user experience that, for the most part, makes website building a breeze. Apart from drag-and-drop editing features that are clunky, the editor is a good experience that even a novice can easily navigate. The price is right too – build a small online store even with the free account, or, if you want expanded e-commerce possibilities, pay just $7.50/month for a JimdoPro account.
There are other features that make Jimdo a good value. All templates are mobile responsive and ready to be viewed on any device. Unlimited bandwidth is provided for all users as well, making it easy for your site visitors to access your site. Add an online store, a photo gallery, or a blog with just a few clicks of the button as well. For paid members, you can get a custom email address to match your domain name. Paid members also get enhanced support options with faster response times.
But, Jimdo isn’t perfect. You cannot download your site, so if you want to switch to a new website builder in the future you’re out of luck. The support options are also pretty thin. Support is limited to an online FAQ and knowledge base, and customer support is only done via email. Live chat and telephone support are not offered. Another issue is that Jimdo has a small selection of templates, and it doesn’t even offer templates for some niches, including landing pages, medical purposes, and education.
However, despite these faults, Jimdo still represents a good value for many people and could be a good choice for you to get online quickly and easily.