Users that sign up for MyWebzz will find a collection of nearly 100 templates, many of which are well-designed and modern, but some of which look a bit outdated. All templates are at least mobile responsive, which makes them ready for viewing on any device. Templates can be used for virtually any purpose, such as portfolios, medical purposes, and education, with some specialized templates, including restaurants and landing pages, already built. You just have to enter your information and run with it.
Sites built on MyWebzz can be hosted elsewhere, but cannot be downloaded, and sites do not come with email, which is a feature that would be nice to have. Other missing features include blogging and e-commerce, which will eliminate MyWebzz as a possible website builder for many potential users. There isn’t much to speak of in the support department either, with options relegated to online tutorials and submitting an email trouble ticket.
On the positive side, MyWebzz is extremely affordable. Their free plan is better than most, and their paid plan is just $6/month, making it a viable option no matter your budget. What’s more, the MyWebzz editor is quite well designed and easy to use. Nevertheless, the lack of features, particularly blogging and e-commerce, is a serious negative.