SiteKit Review







SiteKit takes the less is more approach to website building with great success. They offer just eight templates (with others available on their proprietary marketplace for free or a small fee), each of which is mobile responsive and well designed. The templates look modern and fresh, with pleasing color palates and layouts, and attractive combinations of fonts and styles. The templates can be made to work for a variety of purposes, from business to landing pages to portfolios. The templates might be more difficult to customize for other niches, like medical purposes and restaurants, but it can be done.

This less is more approach is seen in SiteKit’s prices as well. You pay $5/month, or to save a bit of money, you can pay annually for $50. This is the only plan SiteKit offers, but it is filled with excellent features. You get unlimited storage and bandwidth, unlimited hosting and pages, a custom domain name, SEO, and blogging, to name a few. You also have access to many how-to guides and tutorials, as well as live chat in case you need help along the way.

What’s not available is e-commerce, so if you need an online store, SiteKit is not the website builder for you. Sites also do not come with email, and you cannot download the site. Apart from that, SiteKit is a well-featured website builder and has an incredibly easy editor that will allow you to customize your site in a matter of minutes.

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