Wix Phone Support

Telephone Support

E-mail support and phone support is better for this. If you have a problem with your Wix website or if you have a question or need advice about Wix, you can contact us directly by phone or email. There are two ways Wix offers telephone support. "We knew we needed a call center, but we didn't want to build the PBX ourselves," says Rob Rush, Product Manager for Wix Call Center. For more information, visit the Wix Bookings Support Center.

Support Wix Australia - Wix Perth

At Wix Perth we offer free support for all small business in Australia. If you have a problem with your Wix website, call us or send us an e-mail. If you have a problem with your Wix website or if you have a query or need Wix consultation, you can directly call or e-mail us.

We are Wix ambassadors in Perth and support all small business in Australia free of charge. Please call us at 1300 783 985 or mail us..... For more information about Wix workshops and activities..... If you are looking for Wix workshops and event elsewhere in Australia, please e-mail us.

Weebly Support vs. Jimdo Support: What's the best?

In the past, I didn't appreciate the support of a particular type of support. However, now I have ripened, and I think that support has become one of the most important points when it comes to selecting a specific item or services. This article will show you how Wix Support, Weebly Support and Jimdo Support compares and how well they really score in everyday use.

To make this comparision I test the support with free maps on every website builders. That should give an outstanding notion of whether the support is good. The reason is that if it does well on the free schedule then be sure the service will most likely perform better with one of the free schedules.

Weak:: Jimdo: WIX: Many support choices. Support option is easily found here. The search for support was simple. JIMDO: Kind support. WIX: No instant support. Sometimes the answer took a long while. JIMDO: Restricted support choices. Don't talk. Honestly, the only expectations I had was that support for these free schemes would not be very fast or professionally.

Finally, why should these on-line site builder support free layout owner immediately if there were already (many) paid clients? Opportunities for support between three clients differed somewhat. A support methodology was also used which is shared by all businesses. A popular support methodology known as a knowledgebase.

At Wix this knowledgebase is Wix Help Center: Jimdo's opposite number is Jimdo Support Center: After all, Weebly's knowledgebase is referred to as the Weebly Help Center: When it comes to client care, KB has its place. A number of site builder companies provide telephone support to their clients, including Wix and Weebly.

There are two ways Wix provides telephone support. First you can call them to get help with your urgent support issues. Secondly, they also have a callback facility within their business hour. At Weebly, they only support the pro and business plan by phone. The callback function is not part of the telephone support however.

Weebly telephone support is available every single working hour, although it is not a 24-hour support hotline. Even on the weekend, telephone support is available for fewer working hours. Please contact us for more information. Support by phone from Monday to Friday. Whilst telephone support times are more restricted than at Weebly, they provide support in English, Spain and Portugues.

The phone support is great for some people, but I'm not a big fan of it. Secondly, I'm not a long distance phone lover, mainly because of the cost (you used to have to buy the call even if you picked up the phone). Every verified site builder provided an email/ticket support itinerary.

It is also one of the most important ways to get in touch with the support group. As already noted, all site builder checked have a bunch of user, and I guess they get a bunch of support queries every day. In this way, they can cut their labour costs and help the client better. Using Wix, submission of the support tickets makes some additional moves, and I am sharing my experiences with it at the end of this section (choosing the right categories for your Wix tickets).

Jimdo's support experience is a lot simpler than Wix's. Weebly makes it even simpler to get started with support. Everything begins with you going to the Weebly Help Center, and if you can't find the right KB item to solve your problem, you can either click the E-mail or chat with us buttons:

The Wix Ticketing system was a little too complex for me, and I was talking about it in my Wix Support video. If you are not satisfied, however, you must click the No button, which then displays the Contacts button. Think maybe, OK, now I get client support clearance.

My favorite way of doing this when it comes to access to client support is chatting. There are two great advantages over the other support channels: Currently there is only Weebly that offers support for chatting. And I think that other site developers should also provide this feature. Due to my experience with my support I had no problems and was able to answer my question well.

This is a great suggestion, I think, and it would make a lot of difference for other site developers to provide this kind of services as well. Frankly, I can't recall a period when I asked for support from charity, and I've never used this with Wix.

On the other side, this would be enough for some folks to get in touch with support. When it comes to support choices, the best of the pile is Weebly. It offers not only conventional support services such as ticket submission and telephone support, but also offers instant messaging and social networking as well.

The only thing you had to do was go to the support page and then either click on the buttonsĀ  Chat with Us or E-mail to get in touch with the support staff:

Accessing Jimdo's "real" support was also relatively simple. The only thing you had to do was visit the Jimdo Support Centre and click on the Contacts link: After you have selected your schedule, you can submit your support request: The thing I liked about Weebly was that you could have instant messaging and e-mail on the front page of the Help Centre without having to click around to get to support.

I would make an upgrade to Weebly's Chat feature, and that would be to clearly indicate his opening time. I would even like all support opening times to appear on the front page of the Help Centre. Hopefully Weebly would fix it someday. They even contacted me with a free schedule, sometimes twice within 24hrs ( i.e. I sent my original enquiry, they answered, I answered them, and they answered me).

When you purchase one of the Wix Premier Planes, you also receive Premier Support. Well, that's nothing in particular and that's something I urge you to do anyway so that the support staff has all the necessary information they need. Maybe this problem is because they (Wix) get so many support calls a given date, and it' s not enough for them to focus on one case until they move on to the next.

Well, I didn't have that kind of problem with Jimdo or Weebly. With Jimdo, he pledges kind support for his upcoming program within one to two workdays: "Jimdo is looking forward to your support! Support for your Platinum and Premium customers is promised within 2-4 hours: On the basis of my experience with the Freeplan, the support worked perfectly and even I was qualified for kind support.

But what I did notice about Weebly was that the answer sometimes took a very long while. On the basis of the replies I've received, Jimdo has won this game. Support team was supportive and I got my answer to my question. Even though I used a free map, I got relatively quick useful replies to my question.

I found out that no support for this audit was flawless, and all businesses have something to enhance with their support. But if I had to choose the winning guy in this review, it would be Jimdo. Though it does not offer support for chatting, it did leave behind the most expert experiences.

Yes, that particular fact was why I voted Jimdo the winning player, even though he had the same number of points as Weebly. Or in other words, Weebly's reactions were weaker. With Jimdo, I got quick replies every single one.

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