Zyro Review






Zyro offers nearly 200 templates for a wide variety of uses, from education to landing pages, medical to restaurants, and art to business. Whatever template you choose, it will look fresh and modern, and will be mobile responsive as well. Editing templates is on the confusing side, although the editor is very well organized.

One of Zyro’s best features is that all sites come with unlimited bandwidth, unlimited email, no ads, and support for 29 languages, even on the free plan. The premium plan, which is still only $9.95/month, has even more features, including an advanced website builder, more templates from which to choose and expanded social media integration. Either plan allows for e-commerce integration, although it’s limited to things like a PayPal button or using a third-party tool like Skrill.

Support options for Zyro customers include an online knowledge base, an email-based ticketing system, and live chat. Phone support is not available. Other features that are not offered are blogging and the ability to download your site. But, despite this, there is plenty about Zyro to make it a serious contender if you need a small or medium sized website that doesn’t need to have a blog or an expansive online store.

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