Yola is quite similiar to Weebly but has a few differentiating factors that are worth mentioning. You can change your meta-data page by page, this makes your site extra friendly for search engiens to index (giving you higher visibility in search engine results, like Google or Bing). They also have 24/7 online customer support and an active support community. In addition they have many online tutorials, videos and webinars. As such Yola might be a good choice if you feel you will need a lot of support during the website creation process.
WebStarts are in the same league as the rest of the leading website makers, with one main difference: they have scores of video tutorials that explain every aspect of their service.
While not the most compelling user interface or with the most design (they have about 200) WebStarts reign supreme when it comes to video tutorials on how to use their service. Don;t guess us wrong, they have an excellent service which has lots of features. Some of those features are actually unique, like: arrange images by layer (you can have images one on top of the other), control the height of the page and a search engine optimisation wizard (a guide which takes you step by step until you reach the desired search engine results). WebStarts are a less known company but are definitely in the big boys league.
Jimdo stands out with certain unique features: custom headers that you can create using their pre-configured stock image photographs and a simple click to change a sites background. These two features make tweaking a sites’ design easy and makes them so much more personal than the “usual cookie” cutter feel that many services serve up. Sadly Jimdo still think it’s acceptable to have your free site include ads – they are plain wrong. However, their pro version which is quite reasonable at $5 a month eliminates that issue and adds many more features. They are actually quite a good service, if you decide to go pro.