The 15 best one-page website builders

Creating a website is super easy, thanks to tools like Wix and WordPress. But sometimes, even a multipage website is more than you need.

A successful, modern web presence often doesn’t need a full-blown website. Social media influencers, for example, just need a web page to feature links to their various profiles and maybe showcase media from apps like YouTube and SoundCloud. 

Linktree is the big brand that everyone knows and loves for creating a list of links for social profiles, but if you want a little more functionality, there are many other options to choose from. 

1. Linktree

This list features a certain style of one-page app builders. Linktree was one of the first tools to use that style, and it’s probably the most popular.

At its core, Linktree does what it says on the tin. It’s a service that allows all of your links to share one home. It makes it easy to centralize your entire web presence.

Taplink is similar to Linktree. It’s mostly a list of links to all your services, but it gives you a little bit more. It provides options to make your profile look more like a simple home page.

3. Jotform Apps

Jotform Apps is on another level. You can build a personal app that works as a landing page with all your links just as easily as with the other tools in this list.

But Jotform Apps is part of a suite of tools that lets you survey your followers, sell merchandise, manage a business, and much more.

Jotform Apps lets you start wherever you feel comfortable, but it won’t hold you back when you choose to grow.

4. bio.fm

Just like Taplink, bio.fm gives you the ability to create a micro-website. You get all the linking capability you’d expect, but you can also embed YouTube videos, Instagram photos, and more.

5. Smart.bio by Tailwind

Tailwind is a marketing tool for social media influencers. They created Smart.bio to boost their offering, but Smart.bio stands on its own as a decent link tool.

6. Lnk.Bio

This one mostly provides a list of links, but it features a few embeddable elements, like videos, as well. One of the best aspects of Lnk.Bio is the pricing. They offer low monthly rates as well as one-time-only payments that are lower than some other apps’ monthly costs.

7. Hypage

Hypage is focused on being a sales tool. If you’re looking to make money from your bio page, Hypage may be your best bet. It lets you sell digital content, memberships, and more, and it gives you multiple payment provider options.

8. SleekBio by AppSumo

AppSumo is a service that helps new startups find an audience. They also help people find some of the best new tools on the market. But they also create their own tools.

SleekBio is one such tool. Getting started is dead simple, and the service itself offers just enough features to be useful.

9. Flowpage by Flowcode

Flowcode is a QR code generator software. QR codes often just link to websites and social media anyway, so it makes sense that Flowcode created Flowpage to meet the one-page website need.

Flowpage gives you lots of customization options. And, of course, it works well with Flowcode QR codes.

10. hoo.be

This service is a bit more exclusive. They feature big-name clients like 50 Cent and the Boston Celtics, and they won’t just let anyone in. You have to apply first.

11. about.me

Let’s be honest. This is probably the best name for one of these services. about.me is geared toward professionals and freelancers, and their clean, minimal interface matches that. It provides landing pages that look great on mobile devices and desktops.

12. Carrd

Carrd gives you eye-popping, simple, one-page site layouts, and they do it for free. However, if you want access to their more advanced features, you’ll need the paid Pro version.

iLink has a clean interface with a few add-ons and widgets. The geekier crowd will probably like its integrations.

It also has its own e-commerce shop. If that’s something you’re looking for, going with iLink can save you the extra step of setting up an online store.

If you’re looking for a simple tool, this one gives you all the basics and little else. There are some analytics features, but the biggest selling point is that it’s easy to use.

Litelink is another very simple option. It currently only offers a free plan, so now might be a good time to get grandfathered in and watch as they grow.

AUTHOR
Lee Nathan is a personal development and productivity technology writer. He can be found at leenathan.com.

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