Jimdo Review – Does It Build Good Websites?

Last updated on October 19, 2016

Jimdo Review

Jimdo review


If you you are a business or online store, Jimdo is a good website builder for you to consider.

Their support and company culture is upbeat and “fun” as we’ve met with their teams in person before.

A truly international website builder, Jimdo is worth considering especially if English is not your native language.

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Last Updated on October 19, 2016

Jimdo is an easy to use, e-commerce oriented website builder.  If you want to build an online shop without too much hassle, Jimdo is a very strong candidate to fit your needs.

Even though Jimdo has above average e-commerce features, you can still build a very good website with them even if you are not an online shop.

Jimdo is based out of Germany, and their team and website support more than 9 different languages – so they truly have a global presence.  More than 15 million websites are created through Jimdo as well.

We have personally met with their teams in Shanghai (China) and Tokyo (Japan), and have had email correspondences with one of their founders (Christian Springub) and a couple of USA team members.  

We were consistently impressed with their passion for helping people build websites, which is an important consideration when selecting the right website builder.

Overall, Jimdo is a very good website builder for those who do not want to pay thousands of dollars for a custom built website, or for those who do not know how to code.  It is very easy to use, their customer service and community forum is superb and most important of all, it takes away your headaches of website building so it frees up your time to do more important things.

Jimdo is a very easy way to create a website for small businesses, or for personal use, organizations, clubs, that kind of stuff. It’s a little bit over five years old now. We started in Germany but we’ve internationalized the company quite fast; we have offices in San Francisco, China and Japan now. We fully support 8 languages; people can build sites in these languages and also get support from our staff in languages like Spanish, for example. – Christian Springub, Jimdo Co-Founder


  1. A truly international website builder – Compared to its competitors, Jimdo has teams all around the world and so if English is not your first or native language, Jimdo is a good website builder to consider using.
  2. Access to HTML / CSS codes – If you know how to code or if you are working with a coder, this gives you tremendous design freedom as you can edit the codes to your template. If you don’t intend to edit the codes immediately, this gives you the flexibility to do so in the future.
  3. Free platform – Jimdo’s free platform (JimdoFree) provides you enough tools to build a very functional website.  There is absolutely no pressure to upgrade to the paid platform (JimdoPro and JimdoBusiness) and there are no time limitations as to how long you can remain a free user.  Credit card information is not required when you sign up for a free account to test Jimdo out.

  1. Limited number of professionally designed templates – The quality of Jimdo’s templates is relatively average when compared to other website builders.  Using Jimdo for free grants you a certain number of templates but to access even more templates, you will have to become a paying subscriber.  [UPDATE – Jimdo recently added more templates to their collection.  They also added advanced features such as (1) full background slideshows with tools to customize different visual effects into the background image, and (2) full background video, which allows you to insert a video as the background to your website – how impressive is that!  This is the first of its kind amongst website builders we review.  These updates show that Jimdo is making big strides in their template designs.  We’re looking forward to more impressive features.]
  2. Limited styling options unless you edit the codes – When compared to other drag & drop website builders, Jimdo’s doesn’t give you as many options to edit the style / design of your website. However, you do have access to edit the codes to your design template, but that’s only if you know how to code or if you are working with a coder.
  3. Not a true drag-and-drop user interface – Even though Jimdo’s website building tools are not drag and drop, don’t let this fool you into thinking that Jimdo isn’t easy to use.  Its functions and user-friendliness still gets the job done, although it would feel more interactive with drag and drop.


Watch More Jimdo Video Tutorials to Learn How to Use Jimdo!


Jimdo is ideal for small to medium sized businesses, as its e-commerce platform is more than adequate to do a really good job.

If you are running an e-commerce “heavy weight”, we suggest that you really push Jimdo’s platform hard to ensure that you are fully satisfied their e-commerce functions are suitable for you, prior to upgrading to their paid subscription program.

If you are looking to build a website that does not require e-commerce transaction support, Jimdo is a very good candidate to try as it does have all the basic tools required to build a strong personal or corporate website.


Even though Jimdo is not a pure drag and drop website builder, it is relatively easy to use. You build the website right in front of you by adding elements (website building blocks such as paragraphs, pictures, galleries, etc) on to the page.  The advantage is that what you see on screen when you are editing the website, is what the website will look like after you publish it.  So there is no need to flip back and forth between editing mode and published mode.

Overall, Jimdo is very user friendly and it takes only a few minutes to figure out how to add elements in Jimdo, so the learning curve is not steep.  Adding, subtracting and editing elements are a breeze.


Jimdo used to have over 120 templates available for you to choose from.  However, those templates were not mobile ready and you had to use a mobile editor to create a mobile friendly website.

Jimdo has since “culled” their large selection of templates and has created a much smaller collection of mobile responsive designs (currently they have 15, but we expect them to grow this number).

Jimdo Review Templates

Here are some examples of websites built with Jimdo and their design templates. These will give you a sense of what you can achieve using Jimdo as your website builder.

While we wished that they have a larger selection available to users, note that they are all mobile responsive, meaning no matter what mobile device your website visitor is using, your website will always look great on their screens.

If having a mobile responsive website is important to you, here are a few other responsive website builders.



Jimdo Support Our experiences with Jimdo’s customer support have been a positive one.  We have previously signed up with the JimdoBusiness and JimdoPro packages and their response rates are usually within 1 to 2 business days which are respectable.  Logically (and we’re just guessing here), we suppose the response rate may be slightly slower if you signed up JimdoFree.

Jimdo also has a Live Chat function from 9am – 5pm PST, which can help quite a bit if you prefer to chat with someone live instead of email.

Tutorial Resources Jimdo also has online tutorials which are quite comprehensive and helpful.  They cover topics from getting started to features and designs.  Every time we were unsure of a function we can always quickly find what we need in their tutorials section, and if not, in their community forum. Jimdo also hosts live free webinars which cover topics such as “Website Basics”, “Social Media Basics” and “SEO Basics”.  You can register for these live webinars for free. If you want to learn a few more advanced tips and tricks, Gud Themes (mentioned and recommended by Jimdo) has interesting Jimdo tutorials which you can receive for free.  Gud Themes is a premium Jimdo designer templates provider (they’re one of the third party independent Jimdo templates provider we mentioned above).

Community Forum A useful tip is to search within Jimdo’s community forum to see if other people have asked similar questions as you do.  In our opinion, Jimdo has a very resourceful forum and by taking advantage of it, you may be able to quickly find solutions from other members’ responses or from Jimdo’s forum moderators. 


Jimdo offers you free iOS (Apple) and Android apps that you can install into your iPhone, iPad or Android phones, so you can create, edit and monitor your website even if you’re not in front of your computers.

Jimdo review - mobile apps

You can add photos, text, galleries, and even blog posts directly from your device.  You will also be able to monitor your website statistics on the go.

This feature is almost a bare minimum standard nowaday, so Jimdo doesn’t fail here at all.

We have more discussions about Jimdo’s iOS app here.

SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

Jimdo web pages are automatically search engine optimized.  While you can modify the global SEO settings for JimdoFree websites, if you are a JimdoPro or JimdoBusiness user, you can make further SEO optimization by adapting meta tags for each individual web page.

Jimdo actually provides helpful SEO tutorials on their website which is also a nice resources and support to have.

We’ve seen arguments that website builders perform very poorly in search engine rankings.  However, we have personally built Jimdo websites that have also ranked on first pages of search results. So don’t let others discourage you – just because they can’t do it, doesn’t mean you can’t either!  SEO is about planning, technique and persistence, but that’s beyond the scope of this review.

Website Builder SEO Guide – see our opinion about SEO with various drag & drop website builders and how they compare with each other.


Jimdo hosts all the websites for you, even if you are using their free platform (JimdoFree), so you do not have to pay for hosting separately.

The advantage is that they manage the entire process for you so you can concentrate on building your website and focusing on other more important things.  Jimdo takes care of all the security upgrades, backups and do all the techie stuff to ensure your website is always up and running, and doesn’t get hacked.

Currently, Jimdo does not have an official export function yet.  The disadvantage is that one day if you decide to leave Jimdo, you won’t be able to take the website with you and host it somewhere else.  However, to be fair, this is not unusual for website builders at all, since website building technologies are not easily adaptable or made-compatible across different hosting platforms.

[Note: If you are looking for a website builder that has an exporting function, Weebly and Squarespace has this feature]

Our recommendation is that if you’re interested in Jimdo, try it for free to see if it fits your needs.  If so, then you can decide whether you would like to commit.  There is no pressure whatsoever from the Jimdo team.


If you are building an online shop, JimdoPro and JimdoBusiness are very reasonably priced given their e-commerce tools and infrastructure, which automates a lot of the manual work that you will be required to do with other website builders.

For other website builders that do not have good e-commerce features, you will probably have to use a third party shopping cart which will be an added cost that Jimdo users do not have to worry about. Another aspect to consider is their global support and vibrant user community.

We have had email correspondences and met some of their global leadership teams, and we can confidently say that their care for their customers, passion and enthusiasm is very rare amongst “companies”.  They place user experience as a priority before anything else.

The current price is $90 per year (or $7.50 per month) for JimdoPro, and $240 per year (or $20 per month) for JimdoBusiness (click here to see pricing table). In our opinion, it’s really worth the investment if you are serious about your website, especially if you have an online store.


If you you are a small to medium sized business or an online store, looking to build a website to create an online presence, Jimdo is a strong candidate for you to consider.  

They have all the necessary e-commerce features integrated into their website builder, so you save time and headaches from trying to integrate 3rd party shopping carts into your website. Jimdo has very good global support and community, and are passionate about what they do (we know this as we have personally met with some of their international team members).

This is a good indicator that they will remain successful in the long run, and it is something you should also think about since this will positively impact your website.

We recommend testing out Jimdo’s free platform yourself before committing to the paid programs.  Even if you do decide to upgrade, you still have the 30-day risk-free trial to test out JimdoPro or JimdoBusiness further.

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Jeremy Wong

About Jeremy Wong

Maybe just like you, at first we didn't have a darn clue about how to build a website, nevermind write half a line of code if our life depended on it! We wanted to build a website to start a side business, and felt overwhelmed, confused & scared about how to actually do it, which builder to use, and making wrong decisions. After years of trials & errors using different website builders, we're here to share our experiences with you.


Jeremy Wong

About Jeremy Wong

Maybe just like you, at first we didn't have a darn clue about how to build a website, nevermind write half a line of code if our life depended on it! We wanted to build a website to start a side business, and felt overwhelmed, confused & scared about how to actually do it, which builder to use, and making wrong decisions. After years of trials & errors using different website builders, we're here to share our experiences with you.

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112 Responses to Jimdo Review – Does It Build Good Websites?

  1. Mama October 6, 2016 at 10:06 AM #

    If Jimdo has culled the non-responsive templates and is now focusing on responsive templates why have you left the rating for templates on your comparison of website builders at 3/5

    Have you forgotten to update this?

    If not why specifically are you limiting their rating to 3?

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong October 7, 2016 at 10:06 AM #


      3 is a rating for their theme design, and isn’t influenced by whether they are mobile responsive or not. Being mobile ready is rated in a separate category in our comparison chart.


  2. Kyle W. September 14, 2016 at 3:42 PM #

    Thanks for sharing this post and information.

  3. justin jones (uk) August 21, 2016 at 8:04 AM #

    Hmmmmm few days on trying set up an eccommerce store suing jimdo, by way been with a flashy shopify site on another business and like that alot, just thought for once i would try and build and save money!?
    I took a while to understand there long way of adding products by creating a page for it in navigation then you need create tags then you need make a category with said tags then link them up then hide said product page in dropdown…alot of effort, i then hit a wall when realised i have to do this for maybe 100 or 200 items, no way in hell is that dropd down list gonna work or even fit on page with 100s pages in it???? crazy i just cant see it working? guess may have to go over to shopify and pay for a coded site…sad :-(((

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong August 22, 2016 at 12:09 PM #

      Hi Justin,

      Thanks for sharing your experiences with us. Shopify is indeed a much more advanced online store builder. Their user interface is much more comprehensive as well when it comes to managing a lot of products.

      They’re a bit pricier for sure, but it’s worth considering if you have a lot of products to manage or if you need more advanced ecommerce tools.


  4. Tess August 8, 2016 at 7:14 AM #

    Bull shit! I spent several sleepless nights to create an online shop, and just at the end I found out that I can list ONLY 5 ITEMS for free! And there is no this information anywhere! I have at least 50 knitted items and I only wanted to sell them with your help. Do you really think that usuall people will sell 5 airplanes on free website??? yeah???
    Unfair. Disgraceful.

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong August 8, 2016 at 5:40 PM #

      Hi Tess,

      It actually clearly states here that the free plan only allows you to sell 5 items.

      I don’t think it’s unreasonable for them to require you to pay to sell more products, and to access more tools. At the end of the day, they are a business and require revenues to support their IT infrastructure, staff, overhead, etc.


  5. ye_olde_troller July 11, 2016 at 2:56 AM #

    they now have a free 7 day trial of jimdo business after about a week of having your website up so you can see if you want to pay for the upgrade long term.

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong July 11, 2016 at 11:51 AM #

      Thanks for the update!


  6. Justin castonguay June 13, 2016 at 8:34 AM #

    Hi, just wondering if jimbo has a paid membership option for a e commerce site? I would like to post video’s an a video liberary page and have those ( paid members ) have access to them on a monthly or yearly paid membership basis.


    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong June 15, 2016 at 1:49 AM #

      Hello Justin,

      Jimdo doesn’t have that capability yet. What you can consider is adding Sentry Login, which is an independent membership widget creator that can help you create a paid membership gateway with a Jimdo site.


  7. Keely Bannister March 12, 2016 at 2:38 PM #


    I am looking to create a hyper local news website for my area.

    I don’t have the knowledge to build one using WordPress so I am looking for my best website builder option.

    I am torn between Squarespace and Jimdo.

    Which platform do you feel would be best? Can I use affiliate marketing banners etc on Jimdo?


    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong March 14, 2016 at 4:28 AM #

      Hi Keely,

      Jimdo is a good website builder based out of Germany. Wix is also a really great website builder too.

      Given that you’ve narrowed down your choices to two (which is great), you should consider signing up for free trials with both website builders and see which one you prefer using. Both are quite different when it comes to user experiences, so the best way to find out which you prefer is to test them out yourself.

      To answer your question, both website builders will allow you to insert banners to promote other people’s products.

      Hope this points you in the right direction!


      • Keely Bannister March 14, 2016 at 6:38 PM #

        Thanks for the reply Jeremy. Very helpful. Will look at Wix as well.

  8. rodney February 14, 2016 at 11:40 AM #

    Hi Jeremy

    Would I be able to add a mobile app using Jimdo? If not ,which builder would you recommend. My plan is to have the website with online store and supporting mobile app.



    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong February 15, 2016 at 5:24 PM #

      Hello Rod,

      All websites built with Jimdo includes a mobile optimized version of the website. So each website comes with its own mobile template.

      Hope this answers your question?


  9. Gerry February 9, 2016 at 5:16 AM #

    Does Jimdo allow to have two different E-com sites for that one price?

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong February 9, 2016 at 2:55 PM #

      Hello Gerry,

      Each plan gets you one single website. So if you want two websites, you’ll need to subscribe to two different plans.


  10. Judith January 26, 2016 at 6:22 PM #

    Hi Jeremy,

    These reviews are very, very helpful. Thank you!

    I am looking for a new platform where I sell about 25 small Word e-templates.

    Does this platform have a way to allow the purchaser to pay and then be able to download the template? I also need to be able to switch out and revise the templates easily.

    Also are the domain email addresses extra cost like with Weebly per email? This is kind of irritating as it’s no cost on the host end and helps in sort and maintaining different hats on the back end.


    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong January 28, 2016 at 3:42 PM #

      Hello Judith,

      You can definitely sell digital download products with Jimdo. If you want to update your products, you can always re-upload the updated product into the download page.

      As for email services, Jimdo includes that for you as part of their package. You get 1 email address with Jimdo Pro, and up to 20 email addresses with Jimdo Business.


  11. Lionel December 31, 2015 at 12:07 PM #

    Hello, I have few questions…

    Is Jimdo has a backup system?
    I want a new domain name, how can i buy the domain name and link it to the site?



    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong January 1, 2016 at 12:21 PM #

      Hello Lionel,

      I believe that most (if not most) website builders will back up the websites that are hosted by them. So I would think that if anything happens to your website on Jimdo, they should be able to recover it.

      In terms of domain names, take a look at our beginner guide here. It will cover a lot of the commonly asked questions.


  12. Basia Zielinska November 17, 2015 at 3:26 PM #

    I have listened to review above. What I need is a simple to use website (using my own images)with a blog and possibility to sell my art which I can link to my FB page and instagram (Perhaps)
    From the review I do not see a Blog option (which is very important to me). I look forward to response. Basia

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong November 18, 2015 at 7:45 AM #

      Hi Basia,

      Jimdo does offer you the ability to insert a blog on your website. If you sign up for a free account, you’ll get a chance to set one up and see how it works (and whether you like it or not).


  13. Nita Campbell November 17, 2015 at 10:51 AM #

    I have a non-profit that has a conference once a year and a membership fee that includes a newsletter that goes with the memberhship. The site is being developed for 2 reasons 1) provide conference materials and registering and 2) increasing membership and taking the fee. Add into this the fact that we are all non-tech people. What would you suggest?

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong November 18, 2015 at 7:12 AM #

      Hello Nita,

      You can consider using a newsletter tool that Jimdo provides (or Wix as Wix has a newseltter tool called WixShoutout as well. You can see our discussion about Wix here.)

      You can consider setting up a product and check out cart, so after people pay for their membership fee (this is your product), you can put them into your newsletter tool and start sending them newsletters.

      To see if Jimdo (or Wix) works well for you, you can just sign up for a free account and test out their functions to see if you like them. That’s the only way to know!


  14. Janey November 7, 2015 at 11:27 PM #

    This was really helpful. The only problem is I can’t decide between wix and jimdo. I was going to use square space but I wanted to make a website for free. Jimdo sounds better but I don’t know if it is as I have used wix before but never Jimdo. Still, this review and all the other posts on this website have been EXTREMELY helpful. By now, I’ve probably read half of your website trying to figure out which website builder to use. I’d didn’t even know they existed. I only knew WordPress, blogger and wix.

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong November 9, 2015 at 5:59 PM #

      Hi Janey,

      Thanks for your compliments! Glad our discussions here have been helpful to you.

      I think the best way to find out is to sign up for Jimdo and test it out for yourself! They also have a free plan. That’s the only way for you to figure out which website builder best meet your needs.

      Good luck!


    • JimmyB November 12, 2015 at 9:37 AM #

      I signed up for Jimdo two weeks ago. The customer support was awesome the first week or so. Since that time, all I get are unhelpful email tidbits. Making a website, like your introduction states is not the easiest thing to conquer. My questions were very plain and simple at first and the help was awesome. Now, after I am done with the finishing touches, I need a bit more detail in helping get this to the business upgrade. Seems like the help in San Francisco isn’t totally worried about everyone being satisfied. Maybe Squarespace’s 27/7 support is the better deal when it comes to getting a few simple questions answered.

      • Jeremy Wong
        Jeremy Wong November 15, 2015 at 6:21 PM #

        Hi JimmyB,

        Best way is to experience Squarespace’s support is to sign up for a free trial account and actually test it out!


  15. ayisha November 3, 2015 at 3:47 AM #

    i created a website using this and it was awesome
    it was a food blog
    i need to make recipe index and its directions in a simple and systematic way how will ii do that
    thank you

  16. Gary June 27, 2015 at 5:24 AM #

    with a jimdo business account will they host more than one website? thanks!

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong June 28, 2015 at 7:04 PM #

      Hey Gary,

      You can only create 1 website per Jimdo account. So if you upgrade to their business plan, you can use that account to create one single website.


  17. Katherine April 29, 2015 at 5:06 PM #

    Hi Jeremy,
    I am trying to open a business that is available in both China and the US and in English and Mandarin. I originally thought I would use Squarespace but after more research saw that they were having their sites blocked in China and that their ability to offer pages in multiple languages might be challenging. For someone who will be opening an international business, do you think that Jimdo is the right platform for that?

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong May 3, 2015 at 8:28 PM #

      Hi Katherine,

      Jimdo is a good choice for websites based in China, as they do have a team based in Shanghai. So that just shows that Jimdo is committed to growing their presence in China!


  18. Karen April 6, 2015 at 1:07 AM #

    Hi, I’m researching ecommerce sites for a jewellery business. I saw your review of Jimdo and I’m wondering if Jimdo allows for the sales price of products to be selected in Australian dollars? I almost went for weebly but I believe I can only sell in American dollars with them, not sure about Wix. I don’t think my business would look professional unless its in the correct currency.

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong April 6, 2015 at 3:40 PM #

      Hi Karen,

      Jimdo does allow you to set your own currency in its Settings when you set up your store information. So you can definitely sell in Aussie dollars!


  19. rick v March 31, 2015 at 3:43 PM #

    Google Merchant just told me that I was denied for listing products because the Jimdo checkout does not have SSL encrypted checkout for their shopping cart.

    After the cart is full, and you perform your review, you click checkout to go to the next step.

    At this point shopping carts enter SSL https secure environment to protect all data entered henceforth. However Jimdo does not do this, but instead collects shipping and billing address information in non SSL environment. Not until the page that says we will now take you to Paypal does the checkout enter SSL, but it is a bit late perhaps for many shoppers who expect it earlier.

    Google is adament about this and will not give merchant accounts fearing data theft. Smart shoppers may just leave the moment the https does not appear when they start the process.

    This is a major flaw. Jimdo support staff say they are aware of it , but there is no timetable for implementation. Had I know this I might have used another ecommerce solution abeit more expensive but cheaper than losing half your carts during checkout.

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong April 2, 2015 at 6:10 PM #

      Hey Rick,

      Thanks for adding to this discussion. You’re right, when filling in address there is no SSL until you fill in your credit card information.

      There are other really good ecommerce builders here (see our comparison chart) that provides much more comprehensive security.

      Hopefully Jimdo will amend this soon. I do agree that it’s important to protect data when it comes to inserting credit card information (which Jimdo currently does), but it’s also important for other pages as well!


      • Suly September 12, 2015 at 9:17 AM #

        Good afternoon Jeremy,

        I am a fan of all your ecommerce articles and thank you for being so detailed and informative. Now my question in regards to this post is, although Jimdo does not supply SSL throughout its pages… Can one be purchased and request Jimdo implement it in our site or they dont support SSL at all? I agree with previous post, this could inevitably be a huge downside.


        • Jeremy Wong
          Jeremy Wong September 15, 2015 at 12:23 AM #

          Hello Suly,

          Jimdo offers you the ability to connect a Jimdo check out cart to PayPal. So once your customers add your product to the shopping cart and is ready to pay, they will be redirected to PayPal and PayPal will provide SSL security when your customers insert their payment information. So you don’t have to worry about this part at all.


  20. Sabrina March 2, 2015 at 12:49 PM #

    I am currently using Jimdo as my web site builder and hosting facility for a book shop. However, the one disadvantage I am finding is that there is no login facility for customers to login and facilitate the shopping experience. Is there any 3rd party application that supplies this login facility and is compatible with Jimdo too?

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong March 2, 2015 at 5:53 PM #

      Hi Sabrina,

      Check out Sentry Login. They are a membership creation widget that is compatible with Jimdo.

      Alternatively, you can take a look at Wix or Weebly. Both have membership functions built in. For Wix, you’ll find the membership feature in their App Market (see our review here).

      Hope this helps!


  21. Ian February 18, 2015 at 1:32 PM #

    Looking for an easy to use web site builder as I did not have much success with Joomla as I am not that tech savvy.
    What would you recommend for the following ? I run a small virtual language school In Zürich which does courses in German and English predominantly. I need to have the web page in 2 languages (English and German) and I have to SEO for both of these languages. The most important part would that I could SEOptimise for the Zürich area without doing lots of google ad words. I do not know if having a server in the US affects SEO in any way. Any comments would be appreciated.

  22. Michelle Oxman January 8, 2015 at 9:37 PM #

    I have been with InMotion Hosting since I started my wedding officiant business in 2008. Like you, I didn’t know anything about building web sites. I found their website builder confusing, and have tried Microsoft Publisher, NotePad++ (with my husband who codes) and Word Press. Someone proposed a redesign of my site using Square Space. It’s beautiful, miles above what my site looks like now. To move to square space I would have to pay for a separate email account because they don’t do email.
    Have you tried any of the site building programs that aren’t affiliated with a hosting company? What did you think?

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong January 9, 2015 at 5:08 PM #

      Hi Michelle,

      Do you mean web builders that don’t provide any hosting service, so you will have to find your own hosting provider?

      If so, then you should have a look at WordPress.org. But you’d probably need to be a bit more technically savvy to take on WordPress as they are not as straight forward as drag and drop website builders, but definitely more flexible if you are comfortable with codes.

      Here is an overview of how Squarespace compares with WordPress here. I’d agree that Squarespace gives you the ability to create really great looking sites!


  23. Jaymi Higgins November 17, 2014 at 8:01 PM #

    I am thankful for your service… I sell puppies and will require shipping of the puppies, supply sales, ect.. do you think jimdo is an ideal choice for this type of business? I went through the comparison chart.. I’m thinking it is.. but what do you think? Maybe a different one would be better.

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong November 17, 2014 at 8:51 PM #

      Hi Jaymi,

      Yes, it sounds like Jimdo will have the right tools to help you!

      There’s no harm in trying them out for free, before you decide to upgrade to their paid services or not.


      • Jaymi Higgins November 17, 2014 at 8:54 PM #

        Thank you

  24. Anibal Perry September 20, 2014 at 12:21 AM #

    yeah now new version update relay superb

  25. Ken September 19, 2014 at 8:28 PM #

    Loved the video reviews and comparisons of the various website builders.

    Do you know if Jimdo allows me to keep customer credit card information upon checking out so I can use it for recurring charges?

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong September 21, 2014 at 11:23 AM #

      Hi Ken,

      Glad you’re finding our discussions helpful!

      Regarding recurring charges, currently Jimdo doesn’t offer this option. Perhaps you can submit a features request email to their support team to see if they have any intention of developing such a tool in the near future! That would be helpful to a lot of users as well.

      – Jeremy

  26. Toni September 15, 2014 at 3:48 PM #

    Does jimdo have the facility to charge monthly membership to protected pages on the website?

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong September 16, 2014 at 11:03 AM #

      Hi Toni,

      Unfortunately Jimdo doesn’t have a paid membership function at the moment.

      Perhaps it’s something you can submit a feature request to their team so that they know people are looking for this function?

      – Jeremy

  27. Fred August 4, 2014 at 4:21 PM #

    Hi Jeremy,
    we like your input by testing some diff. web sites. We realy like what we saw at jimdo Business $240 per year.
    If you had to chose a web site builder would it be jimdo too??
    It is to hard for us to check all the cons and pros because we have a hard time to
    understand all the Futures. Even the price range seams akzeptable. Can it be paid by month?
    Thank you for your help

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong August 5, 2014 at 12:34 PM #

      Hi Fred,

      Jimdo is a good website builder that has some interesting tools and features that some other website builders don’t have. The best way to get a quick overview of Jimdo compared to other website builders is to see our comparison chart here.

      You can also read our other article that compares a few other website builders and Jimdo here.

      As for the subscription plan, Jimdo currently doesn’t have any monthly plans, but they do have a 14 day refund policy so if you have any issues you can always request this. But best to start with a free plan to see if you like their tools before committing!

      – Jeremy

  28. Monique July 8, 2014 at 2:42 AM #

    Hello there.
    Thanks for the services you offer. So helpful!!
    I am building an online shop for a client in Jimdo. I am not an expert but Im giving it my best shot. I have a very tight deadline, time is of the essence. I will need to do a few changes that are beyond the capability of the frontend editor, for example change the colour of the content area. I guess this means delving into the code. I am prepared to do a few lessons and tutorials, is this the kind of thing a beginner could quickly learn? I am a beginner with HTML and CSS. Or would you advise finding a Jimdo expert and paying them (keeping in mind I have a small budget).
    Thanks in advance.

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong July 8, 2014 at 10:37 AM #

      Hi Monique,

      If you have time, I’d definitely encourage you to invest in time to pick up some basic coding skills so that you can make those modifications yourself going forward. We mentioned a helpful source to learn codes here (it’s what we used a few years ago).

      If you’re short on time, you can definitely reach out to freelancers, such as those on oDesk or Elance.

      – Jeremy

  29. sanjiv raman May 17, 2014 at 5:10 PM #

    thanks for the review. I’m a newbie to internet marketing(more into affiliate marketing),that said seo is a good advantage for me. i see that jimdo pages are automatically seo ready and it is available in india too. however do you think i should go for go daddy or jimdo, because jimdo is relatively new and does not have a strong presence in india. another query is that (bear in mind this is totally new to me) will i be able to host multiple websites with one account,if so how many?

    • Jeremy Wong
      Jeremy Wong May 17, 2014 at 11:46 PM #


      Jimdo is a great company and really cares about it customers based on our personal experiences with them. They also have an international support team, which is rare for a website builder – this just goes to show you how dedicated they are to serving their customers.

      In terms of creating multiple websites under one single account, Jimdo doesn’t have this feature yet (so one account for one website with Jimdo).

      Hope this helps!

      – Jeremy

      • Kerrie September 1, 2014 at 6:28 PM #

        Hi Jeremy

        I live in Australia and I have found the support pretty poor to be honest. Because of the time difference you can’t contact anyone during business hours. I also spent nearly 2 hours waiting on “live chat” when trying to get some help. Jimdo advised that they have no plans to add anyone to their team to help people in this part of the world which is disappointing. They suggested I contact a Jimdo expert for frther help (and cost) but again they are all located in the northern hemisphere. I plan to cut my losses and switch to Shopify.


    • Gopa September 2, 2014 at 12:16 AM #

      Hi Sanjiv,

      Did you finally use Jimdo or Godaddy as a website builder?
      I am also little confused.


  30. JJ Cai April 29, 2014 at 5:06 PM #

    Hello Jeremy and Connie,
    You guys write really good reviews, I read the one on Jimdo, really helpful. I have a question for you, hope you can reply my email as well.
    I’m looking for a web builder that allows me to develop a web site in Chinease language, it would be a online store targetting mainland China. I will have the site hosted elsewhere (i.e. close to China); In yoru opinion, is JImdo a good web site builder for this purpose?
    Appreciate your feedback.

    • Jeremy & Connie Wong
      Jeremy & Connie Wong April 29, 2014 at 5:19 PM #

      Hello JJ,

      I think Jimdo might be a good option for you, as they have a team located in Shanghai and so if you have questions or if you are wondering how to do certain things in Chinese with Jimdo, they will be in a very good position to answer your questions.

      I think amongst all the website builders that we’ve used, Jimdo is the only one that has a team actually located in China.

      – Jeremy

  31. Johanna March 25, 2014 at 8:53 AM #

    Hi Guys

    Stumbled across your site and what a great resource it is, thanks for all of the wonderful tips! I am a jimdo user and being simply dreadful in all areas of IT I was able to build my website over a few evenings and have been getting lots of positive remarks about it- so would def recommend it to other
    SMEs out there.

    I do have a question for you, I am a freelance consultant and part of my plan is to create a “document shop” where clients and new customers can buy / download template documents straight from the website once payment has been processed. Is this type of download online shop supported on jimdo? I have the jimdo pro subscription and would ideally like to use my existing site especially as I have been so happy with jimdo for the last year.

    Thanks in advance


    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie March 25, 2014 at 11:31 AM #

      Hi Johanna,

      I don’t think Jimdo has a download function but what you can do is set up your store using e-junkie which is a digital product delivery system. So once your customer pays, they will automatically receive an email from e-Junkie with a download link where they can download the document.

      e-Junkie can be inserted into your Jimdo site using the Jimdo HTML element, as e-Junkie gives you a unique buy now button code that people can click on.

      Good luck!

      – Jeremy

  32. Karinettesoleil March 19, 2014 at 7:50 AM #

    Hi i was wondering if you knew how to do translation on my jimdo blog as I want to have that same webpage (which i will use mostly for blogging) in english and in french.
    THANKS !

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie March 19, 2014 at 10:10 AM #

      Hi there,

      I think you will have to create two separate pages, one in English and one in French. You will have to do the translation yourself or hire someone to do it for you, then post the second language into a separate page.

      Jimdo has a guide here on how to create a multilingual site. Perhaps that will give you more ideas!

      – Jeremy

  33. Carly March 11, 2014 at 7:41 AM #

    Hi! Thanks so much for these thorough reviews. I have used Jimdo Pro to create my own website for my performance career, and I absolutely love it! Quick question:

    1. I also work for a nonprofit that needs a new website and I’m trying to make a new website for my Dad’s small law firm – I was thinking of using Jimdo Business for these two other ventures. Do you know if the email service provided with Jimdo is secure? Dealing with legal matters and business for these other two websites – I wanted to make sure that was the case.


    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie March 11, 2014 at 8:57 AM #

      Hi Carly,

      Thanks for your comment and glad you liked our review! I’m can’t speak to the extent of how secure Jimdo’s email services are. But if you are looking for other options, just sign up to our Free Tools Guide and we have suggest 2 different email services that you can use. They are Google Business Apps (paid, but probably quite secure as it’s Google services?) and also Microsoft (free). They both allow you to use your own custom domain name to create email accounts, and you get to use their Gmail or Hotmail interfaces which are very user friendly.

      – Jeremy

  34. May March 1, 2014 at 6:36 PM #

    Hi. If I want to build a website for an animal shelter that features their pets for adoption through a third party platform such as petfinder, which builder do you recommend? I would also like to be able to allow others to make changes to part of the site but not all of it. Thank you!!!

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie March 3, 2014 at 10:56 AM #

      Hey May,

      Jimdo is a good candidate, as long as you can integrate Petfinder into Jimdo. If Petfinder gives you a snippet of code to insert into a website builder, then you can try to sign up to Jimdo for a free account, and test insert the code into Jimdo using the HTML element.

      – Jeremy

  35. Christina February 23, 2014 at 8:18 PM #

    Thank you for the review, it was very helpful to me!

  36. monique February 6, 2014 at 5:35 AM #

    Hello there.
    Thanks for your honest reviews and advise. I have built my site using the free Jimdo service. Before I upgrade to the Professional service I wanted to know a few things but couldn’t find the answers anywhere. I would be grateful if you could help.

    1) What are the transaction fees on each item sold?
    2) Does Jimdo support different VAT rates for different countries?
    3) Because my site is fashion related, does Jimdo provide any kind of returns management, automated invoicing and crediting?
    4) Is Paypal the only payment provider?

    Hope thats not too many questions. Thanks in advance.

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie February 6, 2014 at 12:39 PM #

      Hi Monique,

      1) There are no transaction fees with Jimdo (they used to have it, but now they removed them). You will however, need to pay transaction fees to the payment processor (such as PayPal). These are just standard fees that all merchants have to pay for processing credit cards and the like.

      2) Yes. You can configure the VAT rates in the Settings panel, to select where you are living so you can charge taxes accordingly.

      3) I don’t think they have any automated functions for managing returns and credits. You will have to manage that yourself through discussion the terms with your customers and also refund the money through the payment processor.

      4) Mainly yes. But Jimdo also supports Paymill which is more Europe focused.

      Hope this helps!

      – Jeremy

      • Peter June 7, 2014 at 4:07 AM #

        Jeremy, Connie, GREAT job on your reviews!
        I haven’t choosen who I will build my website with yet (So many to choose from!) but thinking about Jimdo. Good question from Monique, i have a spin off. Does Jimdo allow charges for eCommerce to be in CAD funds? Also it appears most of these website builders fees (IF you upgrade) are all in USD monthly funds, this makes it harder to budget given the fluctuation with currency rates. Are any website builders/designers Canadian or bill in CAD funds at lease?

        • Jeremy Wong
          Jeremy Wong June 7, 2014 at 6:03 AM #

          Hey Peter,

          Thanks! Do you mean if you can pay PayPal in CAD (assuming you upgrade to one of their premium plans)?

          If so, then I believe so and the price list you see when you visit Jimdo’s website should be in CAD. They can detect where you are from (Canada) and should be listing their plans in CAD.

          If you’re not seeing that, perhaps you can reach out to their support team? I’ve visited Jimdo’s website across different countries and they always reflect the local currency (at least in our experiences anyway).

          – Jeremy

  37. camica January 27, 2014 at 12:43 PM #

    I am looking for the best website builder to use for selling my jewelry. I need to be able to feature good photos of my products. What do you all recommend.

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie January 27, 2014 at 4:17 PM #

      Hi Camica,

      I think Jimdo is a good choice. You can always sign up for free and test to see if it’s a good fit for you. Or else we have a summary chart for e-commerce store builder that will give you a break down of some of the high level pros / cons.

      If you have a lot of products to sell, Shopify and Bigcommerce are good candidates. But if you have a smaller number of goods (which sounds like maybe you do?), Jimdo, Squarespace or Weebly are good candidates for that.

      – Jeremy

  38. Patti January 20, 2014 at 6:53 AM #

    I have a host and want to create my own website tho have never used any website software. If I use Jimdo or wix do they become my host?

    Where should I start?


    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie January 20, 2014 at 8:14 AM #

      Hi Patti,

      Yes. Both Jimdo and Wix will provided the hosting for you so you don’t have to worry about it or pay for it separately. You can sign up for a free testing account with both website builders and start following their tutorials on how to build your own website. They also give you a free subdomain name so you can publish your website. If you want to have your own custom domain name, you can upgrade to one of their paid plans to connect your own domain name to the website.

      – Jeremy

  39. Argi January 19, 2014 at 5:27 AM #

    Hi there, i am new one to Jimdo. I am a web developer and is the first time i am into this platform. What i need to ask is, how do i change the language of the platform to english(is in spanish, and sometimes i loose translations), and how can i upload instead of photos as products, archives, like music etc (the site i am supposed to re construct is a music one, so i need to create his personal e-commerce page in order to sell from his page).

    Is that possible? Can i use Jimdo for this kind of e-commerce? And if so, how am i supposed to do so..

    thank you for your time,


    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie January 19, 2014 at 8:11 AM #

      Hi Argi,

      You just have to go to Jimdo Support and type in “Change Language” and the instructions on how to change the language should show up. Are you trying to sell digital products? If so, I don’t think Jimdo has that ability yet.

      Other website builders such as Squarespace and Weebly have this ability if you upgrade to their premium plans.

      Hope this helps!

      – Jeremy

      • Argi January 19, 2014 at 9:18 AM #

        The problem is that the site already exists and my clients does not want to change neither appearance or any detail from his site now. Yes products will be digital ones, i worked with Joomla and WordPress, and within their platform there is a flexibility to upload an archive, and sell it, with not mattering it shall be a pdf, or a music archive.
        I already found out the change of language, thank you so much for that, and i am already into the Cpanel of Jimdo, exploring how things work etc.

        But thank you for the other platforms that exist, i will let my client know of the changes, when time comes.


        • Jeremy & Connie
          Jeremy & Connie January 19, 2014 at 10:13 AM #


          You can also try using e-Junkie, which is a digital files delivery system. You can insert the codes into a Jimdo HTML element and connect e-Junkie with PayPal (or a few other shopping carts). So when people purchase, they will receive an email (delivered by e-Junkie) with a download link to download the digital file.

          – Jeremy

  40. Kathleen Thompson January 4, 2014 at 7:21 PM #

    I love you guys! U have been so helpful! I think I’m going to go with Jimdo. I have an invention I want to market….. I’ve created a computer generated algorithm that transforms the planets in our universe into musical notes… Essentially I transform you into a tune according to the planetary positions as of the day you were born. You are a tune. We all are. I’ve put 30 years of research into this in order to create this mathematical formula/algorithm. Wish me well!

    Thanks again for your advice!

  41. Larry December 10, 2013 at 12:27 AM #

    Great review.

    So Jimdo cannot export .

    Can we use web scraping software to scrap our own Jimdo created website and export it to other website builders?

    Is this feasible?

    Please enlighten.

    Thanks a million.

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie December 10, 2013 at 12:31 AM #

      Hi Larry,

      Jimdo doesn’t have an export function built in at the moment. But I have seen somewhere a couple of years ago in its support forum that you can scrape the codes somehow, but I’m not entirely sure how effective it is. But even if you were successful in doing it, and importing it into another host, I’m not entirely sure how you can continue to modify the website content and design without Jimdo’s editing platform, unless you are proficient with codes.

      – Jeremy

  42. mike arodak December 9, 2013 at 3:02 PM #

    I provide real estate services. Can I use e commerce, shopping cart …etc to sell my services? Also, I want attract foreign investors..which template should I use? Thank you

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie December 9, 2013 at 3:44 PM #

      Hi Mike,

      I’m not entirely sure which template would be most suitable for you. Best way forward is to just try out a few, build your site using the template and see how you like it and whether the template suits what you are trying to convey. Jimdo makes it easy for you to switch templates, as you can just click on a new template and it will show up on your site. Any existing content on your existing website will be automatically transferred into the new template so it’s easy for users to switch between templates.

      – Jeremy

  43. London December 7, 2013 at 6:13 PM #

    Hi Jeremy & Connie, I am in the process of building a e-commerce store in JImdo. I would like to see if you can, or know of someone who can customize/embed some code to my Jimdo site?

    I have 4 things I need coded (if possible).

    1.) The navigation bar/menu floats in the header. I would like the menu to be at the bottom of the header, horizontal on the page. I can not find a template that does that without a lot of other design elements added. I would like my nav menu plain text on a white background, no lines, color, or embossed looking out buttons.

    2.) Slider on the home page under header. I have put one in – but the size cannot be formatted smaller. The only option, leaves my slider pictures with large black spaces on the top and bottom of the slider. I can’t find a way to size the slider.( I think I have a picture there now no slider)

    3.) Product variants in the store. My products have up to 4 variants, (12 colors, 4 lengths, 3 textures, up to 5 gram weights). Can Jimdo be coded to have more product variants, and a way to add additional costs for some of those variants? I had to get REAL creative to micky mouse my store to get that many product options to work on Wix!!!!!!!!!!

    4.) Is there a way to customize the look of the buttons, (add to cart, variant pull down menu buttons. etc..)?

    I plan to upgrade to the business plan, are there different templates to choose from for that plan or are they the same ones as the free trial version I am working in?

    Your information is really insightful, I like your reviews and helpful tips. You really sold me on Jimdo! I love the cleaner more professional look of Jimdo! Thanks for your help!!
    London Greene

    Current website/store – www. remyclips. com (have mirrored the basic layout/website in Jimdo)
    Jimdo website – still under construction – londongreene. jimdo. com/

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie December 7, 2013 at 6:30 PM #

      Hi London,

      Thanks for your questions. You should check out Jimdo Experts to see if you can find someone there to help you insert your custom codes.

      Alternatively try looking for freelancers on Elance or oDesk!

      Good luck!


  44. Mila November 4, 2013 at 2:57 PM #

    Jimdo is great and very easy to use. PEople behind it are real people and genuinely interested in making your site work beautifully.
    Well done.

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie November 4, 2013 at 10:09 PM #

      I’d agree as well Mila. In my experiences interacting with various members from the Jimdo team across a few different countries, they are genuine, caring and are responsive.

      Thanks for sharing your experiences!

      – Jeremy

  45. Estelle October 23, 2013 at 2:28 AM #

    Hi Jeremy and Connie,

    Thank you very much for all your reviews. I’m currently choosing a website builder for my small freelance company and you are so helpful!

    Jimdo seems quite appropriate for me, but I haven’t found a theme I like on their website. However, I’ve found that Matrix Themes (http://www.matrix-themes.com/templates/) is offering great themes for Jimdo. Do you know their work? Have you tested their templates?


    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie October 23, 2013 at 11:24 AM #

      Hi Estelle,

      Thanks for your feedback. We haven’t used Matrix Themes before but we’ve seen their website. Based on a quick look of their website they look pretty good. If you do decide to try them out, do let us know what you think!

      – Jeremy

      • Estelle October 23, 2013 at 11:55 AM #

        Thank you so much for taking the time to answer. In the meantime, I’ve also seen the Gud Themes you’re mentioning above. Some templates are nice too. So many options to choose from when you want to build your site from scratch 🙂


  46. Nicola October 11, 2013 at 3:36 AM #

    Hi Jeremy and Connie,

    I have used Jimdo…I am a novice and know very little about building sites.

    Jimdo was extremely easy to work with and I built the website (not published yet) within one day.

    First I tried Weebly and then found Jimdo…Weebly I found a little unstable (when viewing) compared to Jimdo.

    Loved your reviews on Jimdo and would recommend Jimdo to people like me.

    Glad they kept it simple, for user friendly experience.

    Try Jimdo you won’t be disappointed.


    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie October 11, 2013 at 7:22 AM #

      Hi Nicola,

      Thanks for sharing your experiences with Jimdo with all of us. We really appreciate it!

      – Jeremy

  47. Theresa October 4, 2013 at 4:33 PM #

    I read your review, watched some of your videos and decided to try out Jimdo. But their site is down, and all sites using it. Is this a common occurrence with Jimdo? It makes me afraid to use it now.

    Thank you,

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie October 4, 2013 at 8:41 PM #

      Hi Theresa,

      Thanks for letting us know. We’ve never had any outtages with Jimdo before, so this is a very rare occurrence. Jimdo is a very reputable company supporting millions of websites, and we’ve had a many email exchanges with one of their founders (Christian) and also met with their Chinese and Japanese teams while we were traveling. We like them quite a bit!

      In any case, I just checked their site and looks like it’s working right now. I think all website builders will have their own hiccups and server outages (infrequently). It’s the same thing if you get your own hosting as well. We’ve had our own hosts go down once in a blue moon. It’s just the nature of technology.

      Hope this helps!

      – Jeremy

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  49. Ita June 19, 2013 at 5:06 PM #

    Hello Jeremy, Connie, and whoever wants to answer 🙂
    I fell upon your website here, and it’s fabulous and helpful.
    I wanted to ask, for your experienced opinion, which of the platforms/web builders would be the most suitable for building a website for artists like https://www.etsy.com or www. society6. com?
    thank you for your help

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie June 19, 2013 at 11:28 PM #

      Hi Ita – I think if your website is more focused on pictures / images, I would suggest testing Squarespace. Squarespace is well known for their professional templates that can really help showcase art products or portfolio. See our review here – http://www.websitebuilderexpert.com/squarespace-review/

      – Jeremy

  50. DEE ANDERSON April 4, 2013 at 3:19 PM #

    Is Jimdo website builder responsive? Will it automatically adjust for cell phones?

  51. Lynn Fraser March 5, 2013 at 4:31 PM #


    Absolutely loved your video on the review of Jimdo’s online store. As a new user of course I have
    many questions. Have you made your video regarding tags on the store items. I am really confused here.

    Also, is here a way to line a heading to a sub heading to a sub-sub heading. So that the product shows us in all three places.

    Also, if I have a lot of different products (for example girls dresses, how can I show them all together and then in more detail somewhere else?

    Thanks, so much. Your video was great. Please let me know if I should be asking Jimdo all these questions instead of you.

    Again greatly appreciated.
    Lynn Fraser

    • Jeremy & Connie
      Jeremy & Connie March 7, 2013 at 1:11 PM #

      Hi Lynn,

      You can see some video tutorials we have on Jimdo here – http://www.websitebuilderexpert.com/jimdo-tutorials/ – there are a few on store elements.

      Check out the one about Store Catalog as that allows you to show multiple products.

      Hope this helps!


      • Aubrey March 10, 2014 at 10:17 PM #

        Hi,can you create a store website on JimdoPro as well?

        What if i want to cancel before the year ends,is it easy to cancel?

        In Jimdopro,is the domain name and ssl included in the price?

        Thank you.

        • Jeremy & Connie
          Jeremy & Connie March 11, 2014 at 8:25 AM #

          Hi Aubrey,

          Yes you can build a store using Jimdo Pro. You get a 30 day trial of Jimdo Pro in which you get to cancel your plan if you want to. But if you sign up for a 1 year plan after, I “think” you will only get a refund on the unused portion of the plan.

          Best to check out their terms of services just to make sure you get a full understanding of their refund policy. But I know you get a free 30 day trial of JImdo Pro if you want to.

          You will have to get your own domain name if you want a custom one. Also, SSL is provided by your transaction services provider such as PayPal.

          – Jeremy


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