Squarespace (0:41) — The best all around website builder— great themes, best-in-class features and an intuitive UI. What I'd recommend for most small websites.
Shopify (2:57) — The best ecommerce builder. If you're building a pure ecommerce website, I highly recommend Shopify.
Webflow (6:22) — The big innovation with Webflow is their Designer tool. It's the first tool to provide the flexibility of front-end coding without requiring you to actually code.
Carrd (9:32) — The best way to make one page websites. Plus it's much, much cheaper than the other website builders on this list.
Weebly (10:38) — Weebly is what I recommend to anyone who doesn't feel tech savvy. It's just really easy to use. Everything feels simple and straightforward.
Wix (12:13) — The most important difference between Wix and other website builders is that it's a blank canvas editor.
Pricing Comparison (14:00) — A breakdown of the cheapest plans for each website builder for one year + a domain name. Note: I do not count paid plans that also include an advertisement on your website— they're just designed to get you to upgrade to a higher priced plan!