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Weebly Pricing and Plans 2021

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If you’re looking for the right home for your website — whether an online portfolio or e-commerce business — you may want to consider Weebly. Weebly stands out from the competition because its plans enable you to sell products online, and it offers a totally free plan.

Pricing overview

Before diving into the details of what each Weebly plan entails, here’s a brief overview of all four pricing plans.

Keep in mind, Weebly first lists its prices according to an annual billing schedule, since that saves you money over time. If you’re not ready to commit to an annual billing schedule, you do have the option of paying month-to-month for a slightly larger monthly fee.

SSL security; advanced site stats; site search; shopping cart; sell digital or physical items and services; inventory management; automatic tax calculator; coupons; Square gift cards; SEO; email, chat, and phone support

Businesses looking to test-drive Weebly before committing to a paid plan or personal-only websites, such as an online resume or portfolio

Personal ($6/month billed annually or $9/month billed monthly)

Same features as the free plan, with the option to connect or purchase a custom domain

Those just starting out who have basic needs but want to connect a custom domain

Professional ($12/month billed annually or $16/month billed monthly)

Free domain for first year, unlimited storage, remove Square ads, password protection, shipping calculator

Freelancers, new entrepreneurs, and very small business owners hoping to build a branded website

Performance ($26/month billed annually or $29/month billed monthly)

Accept payments through PayPal, add item reviews, abandoned cart emails, print shipping labels, shipping discounts, advanced ecommerce insights, priority support

Growing businesses and businesses seeking a fully functional online store

Weebly plans

Now, let’s get more granular about the features available on each Weebly plan. Obviously, the more expensive the plan, the more features you get.

But here’s a cool thing: All four plans are equipped with e-commerce capabilities powered by Square, its parent company — even the free plan. (But of course, the more expensive the plan gets, the more advanced the e-commerce features.) You can choose Stripe, PayPal or Square as your payment gateway, all of which integrate directly into your website.

An important point of differentiation among these four Weebly plans is that the two cheapest plans (Free and Personal) display advertisements on your website. There’s nothing inherently wrong with that, but it definitely looks less streamlined and professional than a website without ads. It’s really a question of personal preference, as well as your goals for your website (and your business).

Free

Many people wonder, “Is Weebly free?” And the answer is: Yes, if your business website needs are minimal. Weebly’s Free plan is suitable for newbies, dabblers, experimenters and the generally commitment-phobic (when it comes to making a website, at least). With this plan, you get a basic business website, basic online selling tools and basic marketing tools. Of course, your website will look beautiful and be easy to build, thanks to Weebly’s professionally designed website templates and drag-and-drop website-building interface.

Site features

  • The option to add an embed code to link your Instagram feed.

E-commerce features

  • Items, item badges, item options and quick shop.

  • Automatic tax calculator.

Marketing features

Support

  • Chat, email and phone support.

It’s important to note that the Free plan doesn’t allow you to connect with your own domain name, even if you already bought it through another registrar. Instead, your website’s domain name will include “.weebly.com.” As with the advertisements caveat, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it does sacrifice a little bit of professionalism — so this is a better choice for purely personal websites, as opposed to business websites.

Personal

For $6 per month paid annually (or $9 per month paid monthly), Weebly’s Personal plan gets you all the same features as the Free plan. In this case, however, you can connect to your own, custom domain name. So if you’ve already bought a domain name that you’d like to transfer, you want the option to buy one (and use it) or if you’re planning on growing your business, then you should definitely consider this plan over the Free plan.

However, this plan displays ads on your website as well, so it’s still not the most professional plan you can get with Weebly.

Professional

Here’s where Weebly’s really business-friendly plans come into play. At $12 per month billed annually (or $16 billed monthly), this plan is the best choice for freelancers, new entrepreneurs and very small-business owners hoping to build a branded website.

With Weebly’s Professional plan, you get everything included in the Personal plan, plus the following:

Site features

E-commerce features

All the marketing and support features are the same on this plan as they are on the Personal plan.

Importantly, this plan gets you a custom domain name free for one year, if you choose to pay annually. After that year is up, you’ll have to pay the standard rate for the use of your domain name.

This plan also removes ads from your website, which makes your website look much cleaner (and, yes, more professional).

Performance

At $26 per month paid annually (or $29 per month paid monthly), Performance is the most advanced of the Weebly plans. This plan offers all the features included in the Professional plan — including a custom domain (free for one year) and an ad-free website — plus:

E-commerce features

Marketing features

  • Advanced e-commerce insights.

Support

Perhaps the most substantive difference here is the advanced e-commerce tools. So this is the best choice not only for growing businesses but also for businesses seeking a fully functional online store.

A version of this article was first published on Fundera, a subsidiary of WealthyUpdates

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