New Website Builder Rolls Out For Businesses In MENA

Tech World

Oct. 5, 2020, 6:05 p.m.

Weblic, a website builder offering ready-to-use Arabic website templates for businesses and individuals in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) has officially launched.

The website offers individuals with little or no knowledge in the coding field and the Arabic language the opportunity to learn and build sites using their ready-to-use templates.

This means that users do not need skills in programming languages such as HTML or Python to build their sites but are served with designs that can model their platform within minutes.

Unlike some platforms which use the ‘drag and drop’ method, Weblic creates user-friendly websites for its users by giving out guidelines on the interface that are on the ready-made templates.

The price of the website builder is comparatively lower than competitors to help people to move their businesses online quickly.

Commenting on the launch of Weblic, Co-Founder Abdelrahman Kadry stated that the platform offers unlimited web pages, e-commerce, free hosting and bespoke business emails to every user.

He also said this leaves the playing field open and offers professionals, artisans, traders and businesses in MENA the opportunity to build a strong online presence.

The startup expects that Weblic will increase the number of websites in MENA, especially when the COVID-19 pandemic has proven to demand it.

More businesses are now moving online to prevent human contact, which eliminates the risk of contracting Coronavirus.

Weblic believes that many individuals think that having a website is overly technical, time-consuming, and expensive.

According to the company, the global capability and affordability to receive and send payments for services and goods were the primary considerations for launching.

The launch of Weblic is in line with its motto to offer reasonable solutions to SMEs.

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