Review | Sitebuilder offers free hosting plans has been around for a long time and is geared towards beginners. 


Sitebuilder offers free hosting plans which is pretty unique in the industry.

The positive is that you can try out websites and get a feel for creating your own site. 

The downside is that the free accounts are on a subdomain. IE:

They also offer a free domain name but that is only available on the paid hosting accounts.





  • 14 Day Money Back Guarantee
  • Easy to use control problem
  • Free domain name with hosting
  • Pricing not available on site
  • Can’t transfer site
  • Termination Fee on any plans except free & month to month



Easy to use interface with 10,000 templates to choose from. Free plans available.



Sitebuilder has over 10,000 templates – that’s impressive for a proprietary web builder.

The builder is drag and drop and easy to use. Addons include eCommerce, CDN, and SEO help if you need it.

If you’re daunted or get stuck, Sitebuider will build your site for you (at an additional cost).


Sitebuilder at a glance

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There is support via an online knowledge base and via email.

Without realtime chat or phone support, this makes things difficult, especially for those just starting out.

If you are brand new to web hosting and you want to give it a test run, try out the free hosting account and start playing!


Best Monthly Value: FREE plan, then starter plan at $7.95/mo
Contract: No
Website Add-ons: eCommerce, CDN
Template Selection: 10,000
Design Flexibility: Medium
Responsive Themes: Avail on higher plans
eCommerce: Yes – extra
Ease of Use:   Easy


Company Overview

Editor’s note: This information was taken directly from the company’s page  

3 Simple Steps to Build Your Free Website


1- Choose a Free Domain

  • Choose a custom domain for your brand new website


2. Pick a Template

  • Browse over 10,000 pre-made templates or they can build a custom site for you


3. Launch Your Website

  • Your new site is ready to go live on the web, let’s launch it!