Voog Reviews

Learn more about Voog with customer reviews, pricing information, key company info, and frequently asked questions.

Updated on May 12th, 2020

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Voog is a website builder that enables users to create detailed websites from scratch. Voog has a drag-and-drop website building and editing tool, so it can easily be used by small business owners without any coding or programming knowledge.

Updates:

Updated 29th of January 2020

Added new pricing information regarding discounts for paying annually.

Updated 11th of May 2020

Made it easier to compare Voog with Squarespace and Weebly's similar packages.

Pros and Cons:

Pros

  • Multiple languages available.
  • Intuitive, easy-to-use interface.
  • 30-day free trial available.
  • Password protection for certain sections of your website.
  • 24/7 Support available.
  • Discounts for annual payments.
  • Responsive templates that display well on mobile phones.

Cons

  • 3% transaction fee on lower-tier packages.
  • Limited storage space for lower-tier packages.
  • Poor customer service.
  • Email, tickets, and Facebook Messenger support channels.
  • Priority support only available for Premium users.

Review:

Voog is a website builder that allows users to create websites with multiple languages. The website builder can make a variety of websites, including blogs and online stores. All available templates are responsive and work well on mobile screens. Unlike other website builders that only allow you to test the software for 14 days, Voog offers a free 30-day trial.

Highlights:

  • Simple to use and templates can be switched without losing website information.
  • Responsive templates that are easy to edit.
  • Discounts for paying annually.
  • In-depth knowledge base and help resources.
  • An overall gentle learning curve for beginners.

Shortcomings:

  • Capped storage space on lower-tier packages.
  • Limited integrations and templates.
  • New integrations in recent years, but still no Instagram integration.
  • No option to sell via multiple channels.
  • No free plan available.

Reputation:

Most people using Voog have not been complaining about the software, but there was one user who reported an issue with customer support.

At a Glance:

Transaction fees

3% across all plans.

Free version

Only free 30-day trial.

24/7 Support

Yes.

Discounts for paying annually

Yes.

Responsive templates

Yes.

Multiple languages

Yes.

Change templates without losing content

Yes.

Suitable for beginners

Yes.

Unlimited storage space

Only on the Premium Plan.

Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing*

Standard

€11.00

More

€18.00

Premium

€50.00

*Discounted rates are available when you choose to pay annually.

Voog Plus vs. Squarespace Business
Voog Plus vs. Squarespace Business:

Voog Plus has great features for multi-language websites, but that's about the only place it outshines Squarespace Business. Squarespace is slightly more expensive than Voog, but users get more templates, and features like unlimited storage and multi-channel sales provide a fair degree of flexibility.

Voog Plus vs. Squarespace Business Comparison:

Offering

Voog Plus

Squarespace Business

Pricing

€18.00/mo. or €156.00/yr.

$26.00/mo. or $216.00/yr.

Domain

Free for a year on an annual plan or $20.00-$70.00/yr.

Online Store

Storage

20 GB

Unlimited

Contributors

Unlimited

Unlimited

24/7 Support

Transaction fee

3%

3%

Comprehensive multi-language features

x

Templates

Limited

Wide selection

Sell via Instagram

x

Gift Card

x

*

eCommerce features

Limited

Comprehensive

*To help businesses cope with the effects of COVID-19, the Gift Cards feature will be free for users of the Squarespace Business and Commerce plans until September 1, 2020.

Voog Plus vs. Weebly Professional
Voog Plus vs. Weebly Professional:

Voog Plus costs slightly more than Weebly Professional and it has many limitations like storage space and eCommerce features. Weebly Professional is cheaper, has multi-channel customer support, and zero transaction fees unless you're using external payment gateways. Weebly is the better option for users with online stores.

Voog Plus vs. Weebly Professional Comparison:

Offering

Voog Plus

Weebly Professional

Pricing

€18.00/mo. or €156.00/yr.

$16.00/mo. or $144.00/yr.

Domain

Online Store

Storage

20 GB

Unlimited

Templates

Limited

Wide selection

3rd-party payments

x

Phone support

x

Community forum

x

eCommerce features

Limited

Comprehensive

Comprehensive multi-language features

x

Transaction fees

3%

Free. Only pay transaction fees of 2.9% when accepting 3rd-party payments.

Key Information:

Legal Name

Voog

Founder

Märt Kelder

Founding Date

Jul 02, 2014

Address

Raekoja plats 1, Tartu, 51003, Estonia

Number of Employees

30

Number of Customers

99

Email

sales@voog.com

Telephone

+1 (372) 746 0064

Website

https://www.voog.com/

News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity

February 8, 2019

The story of Voog, the ideal website builder for e-Residents

FAQs:

What is Voog?

Voog is an easy-to-use website builder.

What is Voog's price range?

Voog's monthly plans range in price from €11.00 for the Standard plan to €50.00 for the Premium plan. Discounted rates apply when you pay annually.

Is there a Voog free trial?

Yes, you can try Voog for free for 30 days. Just go to their website and click "Try for Free" to get started.

What are some Voog integrations?

  • Facebook.
  • Twitter.
  • AWeber.
  • Erply.
  • Positionly.
  • Uplift Social.
  • MapJam.
  • YouTube.
  • Vimeo.
  • Google Maps.
  • Google Apps.
  • Erply.
  • Widgetic.

What are some Voog alternatives?

Where can I find out more about how to use Voog?

Voog has a comprehensive support section on their website that has guides and answers to a variety of website building topics.