Build your coaching class’s website without coding

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Creating a website without much coding knowledge always seems scary. Some of us have been through the same situation as well. However, it isn’t a necessity in the digital age. Nowadays, you will get a bunch of website creators online, which can help you in building your website through drag and drop. These platforms are optimized for non-coders and primarily focus on ease of usage. In some sense, they are democratizing the necessary digital presence of small businesses, including coaching classes.

Here are the five best tools to create your coaching class website without coding: 


GoDaddy is very famous and well known for domain registration for websites and web hosting services. A lesson known fact is that it also provides the service of building your own site. It has ready-to-use and stunning templates for creating websites, with detailed drag and drop editor in which you can make and edit your website as you want it to appear. GoDaddy offers a 14-days free trial for their website creator. After the trial period, plans are ranging from INR 299/mo to INR 999/mo when billed annually. These plans include features like Paypal Button, On-the-Go editing, mobile-friendly site, adequately optimized website, and many more.

While using Godaddy, you have to first choose the type of website you are going to create. After this step, you can create your website in editor mode, which is very intuitive and easy to use. The final process is to publish, and then the whole world can see it.


You might be aware of Wix if you use YouTube regularly. Wix runs quite a few advertisements on YouTube. Wix is a website builder that provides a simplified user interface, and a great variety of templates to be used. Not only this, but Wix also offers an online logo creator, which can be used to create logos for your company. You can use it on your website, your mobile app, or your merchandise.

Wix has a free plan with limitations on storage, bandwidth and also runs ads. Its premium plan starts at INR 29/mo with 14 days money-back guarantee and comes with features like 10 GB Storage, 1-year free domain, and online store, etc.

To start, you have to select from 500+ templates. Once you’ve picked your ideal themes, you can drag-and-drop different text and image elements to customize it. The best feature of Wix Editor is the extensive menu of options and many stunning features for enhancing the website’s quality.


Weebly’s free plan has similar features as Wix. They offer different elements in their website builder. With their $85per month “Starter” plan, you’ll get a free domain, a $100 Google Ads voucher to promote your website, and many other basic e-commerce features too.

Creating a website on Weebly is almost similar to the Godaddy website builder. You have to select the type of domain of your website, followed by its subdomain. After this process, you have to edit and publish it.


WordPress is not a drag-and-drop, visual editor, unlike most website builders. Instead of this, it’s an editor that separates the matter of pages from the design part. It is mostly used by bloggers and people who are already familiar with WordPress, i.e., WP plugin. It is not very easy to use as compared to Wix and Weebly. However, once you learn to use it, it gives you immense benefits of blogging and SEO. Time spent on learning to create a WordPress site is worth every second in the end. 


It is one of the best all-around website creators offering the best themes for building your website. It is instinctive, adequately curated, and contemplatively designed. The themes provided by Squarespace are fresh and sophisticated. You can build websites, and you can get a domain too. Also, it is used by many big names like Dropbox, Google Maps and Xero

Squarespace also provides a 14 days free plan in which you can test this platform. More or less, Squarespace is similar to other tools in terms of its editor window. You can select your preferred template, edit it accordingly, and publish it. 

We hope that these tools can help you build your online presence if you don’t have it already. If you used any of these, let us know your reviews in the comments.

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