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Planning out a new website can take time. The internet is full of design tools that could be perfect for our project, but when it comes to choosing one, it can still feel like we're drowning in the sea of choices.
Users can create and manage their websites without coding skills. Webflow is an option for anyone looking to build their website from scratch. It’s an ideal platform for creating professional-looking websites without learning to code. It is also great for adding interactivity and animation.
They have 12 different pricing plans, but which one is right for you?
Read on to find out more about Webflow pricing plans.
Webflow offers two types of paid plans: Site and Workspace. Site plans start at $29/month for a Standard Ecommerce plan.
On the other hand, workspace plans cost anywhere from $19/month (Core) to $49/month (Max), with up to 10 projects allowed at each level. That being said, all Webflow plans offer a free Starter tier, which lets us publish up to two pages - perfect for newbies!
Webflow is an excellent website builder for a variety of users. Whether we're a small business owners, freelance designer, or corporate marketing team, Webflow can help us create a beautiful and functional website.
Small business owners will appreciate the ease of use and flexibility that Webflow offers. We can create a website from scratch or use one of the many templates available. And, if we need help, a large community of users and experts are willing to offer advice and support.
Freelance designers will love the control they have over their designs. With Webflow, we can create custom designs that are both responsive and interactive. Plus, the code is clean and well organized, making it easy to hand off our project to a developer or client.
Corporate marketing teams will find that Webflow is an ideal platform for creating websites that meet their branding guidelines. The visual editor makes adding and editing content easy, while the built-in CMS ensures that all our content is well-organized and accessible.
There are four main things to consider when choosing the right Webflow pricing plan for our needs:
We'll need a plan allowing multiple users if we have a large team of employees. The Starter plan allows only two users, so it's not ideal for larger teams.
Make sure to choose a plan that includes all the features we need. For example, if we need eCommerce functionality, we'll need to choose a plan that includes that feature.
Of course, we'll need to consider our budget when choosing a Webflow pricing plan. There are plans for every budget, so we should be able to find one that fits our needs.
We'll consider how long we need to use Webflow before choosing a pricing plan. The monthly plans might be best for us if we only need them for a short-term project. However, if we're planning on using account plans Webflow for the long term, then the annual plans will save us money in the long run.
Webflow Site plans are the best option for individuals who need a single, published website - either a blog, business website, or online store. Our site will be hosted on Webflow instead of Workspace, and we'll use a custom domain like www.yoursite.com (one of the key differences between Site and Workspace plans).
The Site plans differ mainly in the storage and traffic limits and the features that come with it. The more we pay, the more features we'll get.
Let's start by looking at the Site plans for blogs, personal sites, and business websites. That means any site that isn't an ecommerce site.
Every paid plan includes backups and version control, SSL certificates, password-protected pages, custom code, and advanced SEO settings. There is a limit on the number of pages we can use with each paid plan. Each paid plan allows us up to 100 pages.
Collection items are items stored in the content management system database. For example, blog articles are often categorized as collection items. This is because they follow one single template and can be pulled from a CMS collection.
In addition to the Basic plan, there is an Enterprise plan for large websites, which includes over 400GB of bandwidth, more editors, custom SLAs and enterprise-level support. Pricing will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
Every plan includes:
Workspace plans suit developers or freelancers building websites for clients, the best. We can create an account that supports multiple projects at once.
These plans allow us to create a website and then leave it as an unhosted project - a website that isn't published (ideal if we're still working on it). However, some code can be exported and hosted somewhere else.
If we've published the site, Webflow's staging site option can help perfect what we've created. This can be useful for gathering feedback and making changes before we go live. While we're on the Webflow subdomain, the website will also display a 'Made in Webflow' tag.
With a Workspace plan, we won't be able to use our domain. If we want to publish to a custom domain, we must purchase an additional Site plan for each site.
We'll have limited features if we want to export the code and host our site elsewhere. This option is most appropriate for smaller websites that don't use Webflow's CMS features, such as blogs, store products, or forms.
Depending on the size and features we need, there are 3 options to choose from. We can also share our account with team members on a Core or Growth plan.
Each ecommerce plan offered by Webflow includes the following:
Webflow offers an Enterprise account plan that provides some custom features. We can contact Webflow for details on the pricing for this plan.
Webflow is an advanced website builder that we can use to build various sites. It's especially good for freelancers and agencies, but it also makes sense for individuals who want to build their sites. Either way, try it out for free to see how easy it is. We'll automatically start on the Starter plan when we sign up if we still determine which plan best suits our needs.
The Starter Plan is perfect for creating a simple website for their company. It has 2 pages and 50 CMS items (for example, portfolio pages and blog posts). This allows us to try the platform and see if it suits our requirements.
We can also publish our site to a free Webflow subdomain. We recommend opting for the free plan if we are okay with not using our domain or having a Webflow badge displayed. We'll need a paid plan to use our domain, build new sites, or unlock advanced features like page branching.
If we want a published website with our custom domain, we'd choose one of these site plans:
Remember that we can only publish those sites created on Workspace Plans on the Webflow subdomain. If we want to publish our site on a custom domain, we'll need to purchase additional Site plans. We can either buy those or export the code (minus any Webflow CMS content, such as blogs and Webflow portfolio) and host it elsewhere.
Webflow helps avoid the need to purchase extraneous plugins to make our site design take off. Features like visual editors, SEO, form builders, and backups are already included in the platform and ready to go. We don't have to download anything else!
The exception is if we need to integrate our website with paid software that offers more advanced features (For instance, membership tools, live chat, and appointment tools). These services will be priced differently depending on the tool and our requirements.
The On-Site plans include hosting at no extra cost, so that we won't be charged any more than our monthly price.
However, there are a few extra costs that will have to be factored in:
When it comes to domains, Site plans do not include a custom domain by default. We can buy one through Webflow (either Google or GoDaddy) or connect our Webflow site to the domain we bought through another registrar. For a .com domain from a registrar like Namecheap, the price is about $15/year.
The beauty of Webflow is that it's a completely customizable website builder. We don't have to use a template (like we would with competitors such as Squarespace) which ensures that our website is unlike any other. That means we can build a website completely from scratch without using any template. If we want to use a template, Webflow has both free and paid options available. It offers three levels of premium templates: $19 and $149.
Check out Webflow vs. Squarespace for a detailed comparison.
If we use a Workspace plan and would like to export our site and host it elsewhere, we will need to find a hosting provider. Prices start at $4 to $5 per month.
WordPress is one of the many competitors to Webflow.
Webflow gives us complete design freedom, whereas templates restrict WordPress. Webflow has a clean, concise code quality, and no plugins are needed. Many people prefer to use WordPress because of the ease of installing and maintaining plug-ins. Unfortunately, this can lead to clutter in our code.
Webflow's basic plan is $12 per month if we pay annually. If we select the monthly payment plan, it will be $15, which equals $3 more every month.
When we're just getting started, the free Starter Site plan is a great way to try out Webflow. If we need more features or the ability to publish our site, we'll sign up for one of the paid Site plans. We can also add our domain name by purchasing it from Webflow.
When we're ready to connect our domain and publish our site, a site plan is required. The account plan only provides us access to the Designer.
Webflow's free Starter Plan is perfect for newbies. We don't have to enter payment information upfront or worry about a temporary trial period. The only limit is two sites.
As we can see, there are a lot of factors to consider when choosing the right Webflow plan for our needs. With so many options available, one should be able to find the perfect plan for their budget and needs.
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