What is Sitejet ?
Sitejet is a complete web design suite that combines project management and automation with a high-performance CMS, giving users full design and code flexibility.
- All features above included
- All Team Plan features
- 75 hosted websites
- 10 users
- Website export
- White-label tools (branding & domain)
Sitejet Will work for everyone
- As soon as you log into the Sitejet dashboard, you’ll be greeted with a panel with charts and statistics detailing the progress of all your current projects as well as your monthly performance. This is a great feature in itself that will motivate you. It shows just how central your productivity is to the Sitejet experience.
- This dashboard is also a great introduction to Sitejet’s project management and collaboration tools, which are what make the platform truly stand out from the competitors.
- If you take web design seriously, you’ll love Sitejet’s drag-and-drop builder. I wouldn’t call it the most user-friendly builder I’ve ever seen, but it’s definitely one of the most feature-rich. It’s sure to give web professionals all the tools they need to express themselves and build functional sites.
- Sure, the drag-and-drop functionality might not be pixel-perfect like it is on Wix, but with Sitejet, you get even more settings to customize elements on your page in terms of resizing, adjusting margins, styling the content, etc. If you’re a professional website builder, the much deeper styling options and the ease of adding custom code will allow you to really flex your design muscles.
- This is what separates Sitejet from most similar website builders, and even goes beyond what many premium managed hosts offer. The platform offers comprehensive tools to let you collaborate both within a team and with clients.
- One of the most helpful project-management tools is the workflows which you, team members, and clients can use to move a website through various stages. While you’re building your website it will be in the “Creation” phase. When you’re happy with your work and want feedback from your client, you can move it to the “Audit” phase. Once they’ve looked it over, they can move it to the “Feedback” phase while you work with them to address any needed changes.
- The customer portal allows you to notify clients when you need them to take any action. And, they’ll even be able to edit the website directly within the limits you created.
- But what really makes this system tick is the built-in to-do lists and change requests systems integrated into each website project. These allow you, clients, and team members to share information and keep your projects on track across their production lifecycle.
- This is a great tool to help you get a jump start building your client’s website. Through the Customer Portal, a client can provide all their visual and written content. When you’re ready, you can generate a website with a single click, which will automatically import all the customer’s content into the layout.
- This can save you a lot of time, because you won’t have to add in all the content manually. Instead, you can just skip ahead and start moving content around to fit the end product you’re looking for.
- To provide a truly professional, tailored experience for your customers, you can customize your Sitejet dashboard with your own branding. Options include changing the colors, adding your logo, and running your dashboard on a custom domain.
- Sitejet does this in a really interesting way. You can set up a “Customer Portal” where your customer will log in to view your progress or access the website you’re building for them.
- If trying to decipher your clients’ emails has ever left you feeling frustrated, then Sitejet has a very unique feature that might be the answer to your prayers. Web designers can send their clients a link to the feedback tool where the customer can click on elements of the websites and add their feedback as a comment. This comment is visible in the website menu if you click on to-dos and also within the CMS. In the CMS you can click on the to-dos and the tool opens the page and scrolls directly to the element so that the web designer knows exactly what he has to change.
- There is also a feature that allows you to send a website to a client for review, where you can mark certain parts of the pages as “editable content.” Your client can then make their own changes to these areas — showing you exactly what it is that they want. You can then either reject or accept their changes or refine them to meet your standards. This is how client feedback should work!
- To really make sure you have enough time to take advantage of all these features, Sitejet takes care of all the nitty-gritty of hosting for you, such as:
- You get a polished, sleek, and clean website management dashboard that’s very easy to navigate and does a good job of presenting what could be complex tools in a simple way.
- The “Business Center” is a superb dashboard that helps you get a quick overview of your progress across multiple website projects, feedback from clients, and your revenue with handy graphics.
- There’s a useful step-by-step “getting started” wizard for the drag-and-drop builder that helps you ease into it and shows you how to use its more advanced CMS features.
- You can’t miss the to-do lists, workflows, and other project management tools for each website. They are positioned in a way that makes them very quick and easy to use.
- Allowing clients to make edits right on the website you are building for them helps avoid misunderstandings and wasting time when asking for client feedback.