Web.com Review

I am going to review the web.com all in one website builder with hosting.

We want to find out how much this service costs and is there a free trial version available.


Also is there a support system set up to answer questions as they occur and is

there a learning curve and if so does the website offer training to assist beginners.


These are all important things that need to be answered before someone makes any decision

on a service that will present that person to the world.

Website Builder and Hosting

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Web.com menu              22.95 After One Month                     32.95 After One Month                   39.95 After One Month


The Plans offer an introductory price along with:

  • Drag and Drop web builder
  • Free domain for a year
  • Library of images
  • Guaranteed 99% up-time
  • Hosting


These Options Are a PAID Upgrade:

  • SSL certification to encrypt your visitors’ data ($24.99)
  • Site submission to Google and other search engines (2)
  • Option to sell online (3)
  • Domain name renewal after a year (from $37

The Web.com offers three ways to build a website:

  • Use their drag and drop system and do it yourself option
  • Have their team create one with their “Build it for Me” plan
  • Have a WordPress site built by web.com

Do It Yourself

Do it yourself menu on web.com


  • Hundreds of Designs to choose from
  • Thousands of Images
  • Many Designs options


I chose a domain name and picked option #1.

There sign up and billing page was next and

they were wanting a credit card for the 1.95.


There is no PayPal or other payment option.

Build it For Me

Build it for me option on Web.com


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Website Themes on Web.com


These are the themes that Web.com shows on their webpage and they say claim to have more but you have to pay to

see them. They only take credit cards and I will not give that information out.


I did not find much information on their website about the editing process of your website but did come across

a UTube video talking about it.


Support Options on Web.com


Support comes in the form of a contact phone number and an article library of the different areas of Web.com
Clicking on the Help Center Link brings you to the below article links: All during the process of checking out the website I was constantly aware of chat boxes asking me if I needed help.

Take Away

Web.com has been in business for over twenty years and runs a popular website builder, online marketing and hosting

service to the small business entrepreneur. At first look, they do seem to want to stay connected to their customers by

offering phone conversations about the process, a free marketing assessment, and a chat box that will pop up on about

every page.


Web.com does not have a lot of information available on the internet about their internal workings.

They do have a good looking site with some information but they want you to commit, however small, to view it all.


Also, this whole thing about a cheap intro price that raises over 20 to 33 x in just one month is not, in my opinion, a good

business model. I think they might be better off in the long run by just offering a free one month trial and state the price of

the service after the free trial ends. Just me.


At the time of this writing, there was no free or money back trial.


Your The Best


Paul Price


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