Duda vs Jimdo
Last updated: September 01, 2021
Duda’s website builder enables you to create a responsive website with no need to code. Simply import all of the content from an old site into a beautiful new website template that can be customized by device. All Duda websites not only look great, but follow Google’s SEO best practices and come with loads of business-driving widgets.
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Duda vs Jimdo in our news:
2021. Web building platform Duda snaps up e-commerce cart tool Snipcart
Duda has acquired Canada-based Snipcart, a startup that enables businesses to add a shopping cart to their websites. Duda, which works with digital agencies and SaaS companies, has approximately 1 million published paying sites, and the acquisition was driven by the company seeing a boost in e-commerce websites as a result of the global pandemic. Together, the companies will offer new capabilities, like payment and membership tools inside of the Duda platform. Many of Duda’s customers come with inventory and don’t want to manage it on another e-commerce platform, so Snipcart will be that component for taking their inventory and making it shoppable on the web.
2018. Website builder Duda integrates with Q&A service Yext
The industry-leading website builder Duda has integrated with Yext, the leader in Digital Knowledge Management. This integration will simplify the experience of managing an effective digital presence by pulling key business information, such as locations, opening hours, and product offerings, from Yext into Duda and syncing this data across the web. The integration will pull business data directly into the Duda platform to make website builds faster, and keep key SMB business data in sync across their website and the 100+ intelligent services in the Yext Powerlistings Network, including Google, Apple, Facebook, Bing, and Yahoo. In addition, Duda will leverage Yext’s Knowledge Tags to insert Google-friendly schema markup to ensure search engines and other services can read and display in-depth information from websites in search, improving information quality and search experience across the internet.
2017. Jimdo now allows to add Search Bar to business websites
Website search makes it even easier for your visitors to find exactly what they’re looking for on your website. This new feature is now available for all JimdoBusiness websites using Jimdo Creator. You can add it as an element wherever you want on your website. Once you’ve added the search function, you can search for any items or words in your website. You can also customize the placeholder text in the search bar (“Search …” is the default) but you can just as easily change it to “Looking for something in particular?”, as well as determine which areas of your website to include in the search results.
2017. Jimdo adds Booking app
If your Jimdo Creator website offers services, events or courses that require booking an appointment, our new Jimdo Booking app for Android is perfect for you. You can now create a booking calendar via your smartphone that is displayed to visitors on your website. Once you set up your calendar, visitors can book your services directly on your Jimdo website. As soon as someone books one of your offers, you will receive a push notification directly in the app so you’re always up to date with how many people have made a booking.
2017. Duda launched new tablet editor
The world is a busy place these days, and people are often working on-the-go. This is especially true of website builders, who aren’t always sitting at their desks when they want to edit and build their customers’ websites. So Duda made some serious improvements to our tablet editor, so that customers could easily build and edit sites, everywhere. The new tablet editor isn’t just a smaller version of the desktop version. It’s a thoughtfully designed adaptation that gives you and your customers the freedom to build and edit sites anywhere, easily and quickly. From your customer’s place of business. On a train. At a coffee shop. At the beach. Wherever you go, you can load images, move widgets, tweak content, check analytics, publish sites, and more.
2016. Duda introduced new responsive website builder
2016. Duda Partnered with Let’s Encrypt to provide Free SSL Certificates
Duda is making SSL certificates available to every paid Duda responsive website at no extra cost. What are the benefits? Some of the big players in the web industry have been trying a carrot and stick approach to get webmasters onboard with the whole “secure internet” thing. For example, Google adds an SEO benefit to sites that are encrypted (secured) with an SSL certificate. However, the latest versions of certain browsers are beginning to limit what features an unsecured website can have access to (for more on this, check out this article on Mozilla about an advanced feature called service workers).
2015. Online site builder Jimdo raised €25M
Site-building service Jimdo has raised a €25 million investment from Spectrum Equity. Founded in 2007 by Christian Springub, Fridtjof Detzner, and Matthias Henze, the company has been profitable since 2009. Jimdo was the first website builder to become cross-platform with the release of its iOS app in 2013 and its Android app in 2014. The company employs 200 people in Hamburg, San Francisco and Tokyo. The platform is available in eight languages and has helped people to build more than 15m websites. Jimdo developers say that users can now expect Jimdo to become a stronger, faster, and more flexible company than ever before.
2014. Duda unveils own Website Analytics
A short while ago, Duda introduced new statistics interface. It was Google Analytics free version, which is a good service. However when you have a large amount of data, Google only uses a small percentage of the overall stats to calculate the final results. While this works fine to give you a statistically valid estimate, when you start drilling down into detailed reports you can occasionally end up with misleading results. Another shortcoming is that some requests take a long time to calculate. The new solution is hosted by Duda and the service stores all the data and runs all the calculations internally. This is faster because it’s tuned specifically for our system and more accurate because it does not rely on a sample of the data but instead uses all of it.