When it comes to website page builders, the competition is fierce. Although WordPress is still the most popular and widely used website builder, the competition doesn’t go unnoticed. However, there are various aspects in which WordPress still has the upper hand against its competitors.

Wix

There’s no real competition between WordPress and Wix, especially when it comes to ease-of-use and flexibility. WordPress, being an open-source platform, offers virtually unlimited flexibility when it comes to creating and designing a website. Thanks to its open-source platform, users from all over the world can develop plugins and other useful tools that can aid the website building process. Currently, there are over 45 thousand plugins available for download on WordPress, with more than 1.2 billion total downloads.

GoDaddy

You can’t really publish a comparison between WordPress and GoDaddy, since the platforms solve two different problems. GoDaddy is mainly a domain registration company, and although it offers hosting services as well, they’re not the most reliable. Regardless of where you buy your domain from, be it GoDaddy or another similar website, you can easily install and use WordPress as your main website builder.

MoPro

MoPro is a software that uses a combination of artificial intelligence and human input to create your desired website. According to the latest analytics, MoPro is used on less than 5,000 website worldwide. Although the technology it uses is fairly powerful and can offer almost limitless design possibilities, it does come at a price: $199 per month. That’s close to what you’d pay for a 1 year WordPress subscription.

Web.com

WordPress and Web.com are two similar solutions for your website problems. Similarities include a wide variety of supported platforms, support services, and reasonable pricing. However, this is where the important similarities stop. WordPress has a lot more functionality, especially when it comes to integrating 3rd party software such as Google Analytics, MailChimp, and so on.

Weebly

Weebly is one of the most popular content management systems. Currently, it holds approximately 2% of the market share, with almost 400 thousand active websites. Although it offers a wide variety of features, WordPress still has the upper hand, thanks to its open-source platform. One of the most important features that WordPress offers over Weebly is the possibility to host your website wherever you choose to. Weebly offers a hosted services, making it difficult to move your data from one place to another, should you choose to migrate to a different server or CMS.

Zoho Sites

One of the most appealing features of Zoho Sites is the fact that’s it’s 100% free. There are no hidden costs, no intrusive ads, and no page limits for your website. It also offers domain purchasing options – starting at €10, and 3 different add-ons, with various prices, that add more features to your website. Luckily for WordPress, the sheer amount and variety of plugins and integrations make it a better choice, even if the price tag is higher.

IMcreator

IMcreator is a new service that unfortunately offers a very limited amount of storage for website content: 50MB. It offers 70 different templates on which you can build your website, but each time you want to change the template, you’ll also have to rebuild the content that you’ve already created. Comparatively, you can easily change, swap, and edit your WordPress theme whenever you like, without having to worry about losing your content.