Orson Review






Orson is a slick website editor that offers just a handful of templates – 11 total – but each of them is well-designed and highly customizable for virtually any purpose. Pre-made templates for business, portfolios, restaurants, and digital agencies can be easily adapted to fit your specific needs, or if you want you can start with a blank template to make a website for medical purposes, education, marketing, or other popular site types. All templates are free to use and are mobile responsive.

The editor is easy to use and highly intuitive. Customize your selected template in a matter of minutes and create a blog with ease. If you encounter problems, the support offered by Orson is excellent. Access online documentation, get assistance 24/7 via email or get help from an Orson expert via live chat.

Although email is not included in Orson’s package pricing, you can easily add third-party services like Google Mail. You can’t download your site or host it elsewhere, but these are really the only drawbacks to Orson. At just $2/month, it’s a steal to create a one-page website. If you have additional needs, pay just $20/month to be able to create an unlimited number of websites. E-commerce can be added to either plan if you have a PayPal account. Just add PayPal Buy Now buttons and you can sell items on your website.

It’s not a perfect website builder, but Orson is certainly one of the best we’ve reviewed.

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