Voog Website Builder Review

  • 7.5/10
    Flexibility - 7.5/10
  • 8.3/10
    Pricing - 8.3/10
  • 8.6/10
    Support - 8.6/10
  • 7.8/10
    User Friendliness - 7.8/10
  • 8/10
    Features - 8/10

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Thanks to the numerous technological advancements and smarter platforms, building a website is now easier than ever. Having to pay for an expert to work on your new site is only needed if you’re low on time, not tech-savvy, or if you’re looking for unique functionalities that website building platforms do not offer.

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Today’s review will cover everything there is to know about Voog, an easy-to-use and intuitive website builder that also allows users to host their own websites. Some of the main aspects that we will cover in our Voog review include ease of use, themes, functionalities, pricing, and customer support.

Ease of Use

Just like some of the other website building tools out there, Voog’s main mission is to be easily understood by users. As such, the company has opted for an intuitive design that can be leveraged to easily build a website in an hour or two.

With this in mind, getting started with Voog requires you to set up an account, choose a template for your site, and pick a subdomain (or utilizing your own in case you already have one).

screenshot of a sign-up pop-up window

The signup process is fast and efficient, as you only need to enter your email address and a password. Voog does ask for your name and phone number as well, yet providing this data is optional.

Once the account has been built, you can simply go ahead and choose a template for your website. There are various options, suited for each type of website, but we’ll cover themes and templates more in-depth later on.

Voog Tutorials, Knowledgebase, and Guides

After you have chosen a template, you can opt for a quick tutorial that’s bound to explain everything there is to know about the Voog website builder. The tutorial walks you through the main features and describes the purpose of each of the tools being offered.

It is important to keep in mind that, apart from this tutorial, Voog also offers a dedicated support page where you can find a variety of guides that explain the process you need to go through to achieve anything with the builder.

Some of the main topics being covered in the ‘Guides’ section include setting up your account, managing website pages, managing blogs, SEO, language support, website design, subscriptions, managing content, pictures, files, creating and managing platforms, your website address, creating and managing forms, e-commerce, and maintenance.

To further expand on its ease of use, the Voog site builder also offers in-depth video tutorials and webinars. While it’s great that all these tutorials are offered, the chances are that you won’t need most of the guides for building a simple website, but rather when working on more complex projects.

Drag-and-Drop Functionality

After you have chosen your template, you’ll be directed to the actual website builder editor. Voog has opted for a minimalistic editor that’s both lightweight and easy to use. All the tools are in the right place, and you do not get any extra, unnecessary information.

The tool menu is located at the top of the screen, and hovering over it will show more options. Not only is the editor easy to use, but it’s also good for facilitating focus.

As you may expect, Voog does feature drag-and-drop functionality. Therefore, adding content and other functionalities to your website is a breeze.

The interface can be classed as compact, thanks to the small icons available in the toolbar. To add something, you can either drag-and-drop it or click on one of the options (text box, video, images, forms, buy, social bar, embedded box, etc.)

In the case of other website builders, users have complained that adding images and text is a bit difficult since they never know how things will look when the website is finished up.

In the case of Voog, a highlight feature shows you exactly where images will end up after you drop them. You’re also basically editing on your website directly, so you can always keep in mind how the general design and feel of the website are like.

Text and Image Editing

screenshot of a Voog's text editor

In terms of the Voog word processor, once you’ve added a text box, you get access to most word processing functionalities, including, but not limited to fonts, headers, size, list, tables, colours, alignment, style, and more.

Voog’s users sometimes complain about its media support. If we compare Voog with some of its competitors, we can see that the associated features are not as extensive as what other platforms offer. As such, the media options include images, galleries, videos, or embedded media.

Unfortunately, the builder does not offer an integrated media player, nor does it give users access to audio support. However, the actual tools offered by the media support are plenty. Users get to choose how images are displayed and organised on the website.

Do keep in mind that there’s a limit to how much content you can upload, depending on the plan that you choose. For some, the limit may be a bit low. Therefore, it’s best to figure out hosting and not use a subdomain for your site in case you’re considering making it rich in media.

Voog Collaborations

Screenshot of a Voog's collaborations page

Another exciting aspect is that Voog also allows collaboration when building websites, similar to the Google Docs suite of services. Based on this, you can easily send invitations to your partners, thus granting them permission to edit and collaborate on the website.

This feature is mostly unique to Voog, and it’s bound to make collaboration easier on more complex websites where multiple designers/developers and team members are involved.

It is important to mention in this Voog review that experienced users are likely to be satisfied with this builder as well, as it offers several complex settings that are usually located a click away. As part of the website builder editor, you can also add tools, code, or other types of features that you may be interested in.


Page design, layout, themes, and templates are essential to any website since content doesn’t really matter if poor design is featured. This is why Voog has chosen to offer users well-designed and responsive themes that are bound to be satisfactory.

Screenshot of a Voog Website Theme

There’s a downside to this, though. Voog has a very limited number of themes, although it’s planning to introduce more options in the near future. However, the themes are suitable for multiple types of websites, including blogs and e-commerce shops. The features offered by the themes in question are responsive, and website speed is guaranteed.

Generally speaking, Voog reviews describe the themes as modern, sleek-looking, yet a bit default-looking solutions. There’s not much that really makes them stand out. But after all, how many websites are truly unique?

Modifying the default themes featured on the builder is a bit difficult and requires coding knowledge. However, as we mentioned before, there are several customisation options built in, so if you choose Voog and keep good design practices in mind, the chances are that you’ll be satisfied with the final look of the website.

However, in case you are looking for a unique website or a special kind of theme, you may be inclined to consider some of Voog’s competitors due to their larger number of options.

Voog’s approach, in this case, is understandable, granted that the main mission of the builder is to be easy to use. Both free and paid theme options are available for Voog, depending on the payment plan that you choose.

In terms of theme user reviews, it seems like most people are generally satisfied with how they behave and respond. Integration is also suitable for numerous types of content.



The chances are that you have heard the expression ‘Content is King’ in the past, yet it remains applicable today. Blogs are essential to the success of many websites since they offer businesses a platform via which they can educate potential buyers while also engaging with their audience.

Google is also known for rewarding websites that feature a blog with better search engine ranking results.

As you may expect, this website builder also offers blog integration functionality. There’s nothing truly special about its blog features since it offers most options that are to be expected.

Screenshot of a Voog's blogging feature

Based on this, the Voog blog will give you the ability to post articles, comments, and updates. The blogs can be arranged in any order that you see fit. WordPress integration is not available. If you’re looking for this option specifically, check other builders.


SSL certificates can increase trust between you and your customer, and they’re essential whenever you process personal data online, such as names, addresses, and credit card information.

As you may expect, Voog also offers SSL certificate activation via a process that is pretty straight-forward. There’s a special guide on requesting SSL certification.

Once you follow the steps, it takes around 24 hours before Voog does all the required checks and forwards the certificate. You can expect to sign up, request the SSL certificate, and then proceed to verify that you hold full control of your domain.


At this moment, Voog does not offer an email service, yet the website builder allows you to easily connect your Voog domain with any of the email providers available on the market. The builder suggests either Google Mail or Zoho Mail, but you’re free to choose any other option.

Form Builder

The editor gives you quick and handy access to an easy-to-use form builder that offers several editing options. Some of the main editing tools include a text box, check box, lists, the submit button, and more.


Screenshot of Voog's website builder Integration options

In case you’re looking to build a more complex website, the chances are that you want to take a look at Voog’s available integrations. There aren’t too many to choose from, yet some of the main supported apps include Facebook’s suite of plugins, the Twitter widget, YouTube, Vimeo, Google Maps, and Google’s suite of apps (online storage, calendars, business email).

Other third-party integrations are also available, some of which are only available at a cost. These include Positionly, AWeber, Uplift Social, MapJam, Erply, and Widgetic. As such, the Voog performance is worthy of its popularity.

E-Commerce Functionality

Screenshot of Voog's e-commerce themes

When it comes down to e-commerce functionality, we usually recommend that you look for specialised service for online shops. However, if you want to stick with Voog, the website builder does offer e-commerce integration. However, it’s not one of the best options.

The online store templates allow users to easily create and organise product pages, yet due to the limited number of options, you may have a hard time finding the perfect pick.

The e-commerce functionality also lacks a couple of key features. For instance, you cannot sell digital products, add custom shipping options, or introduce tax rules.

You can, however, add product variations, descriptions, promotions, discount codes, use different shipping methods, or manage inventories. While general customisation is offered, if you’re aiming for a fully-fledged online shop, it would be best if you consider other alternatives as well.

Voog Pricing

Screenshot of Voog's pricing

At this moment, there is neither a free plan nor beta-testing functionality. As such, if you would like to give Voog a chance, you’ll need to choose from one of the pricing plans.

The €6 pricing plan (if billed annually, or €8 per month billed monthly) gives you access to 2GB worth of storage, collaboration between three users, three multi-language support, a limit of 30 pages, limited online store, 3% fee for online store transactions, and more.

Sometimes you can find a discount code for Voog, thus lowering payment plans.

The €14/month plan offers you everything outlined above, alongside 10GB worth of storage, unlimited pages, fully-fledged online store, a database tool, alongside a free custom domain.

Lastly, the premium package available at €50 a month is designed for enterprise users. As such, it offers all the features mentioned above, alongside unlimited storage, no transaction fee, priority support, custom SSL certificate, custom CDN, and more.

It is important to mention that Voog also offers domains for sale. For instance, 1-year subscribers of the plus package get access to a free .com domain name.

As part of our Voog website builder review, we should also mention that while the service is low-priced, there are even cheaper options available.

Customer SupportScreenshot of Voog's customer support page

If everything goes according to plan, the chances are that you will never need to get in touch with Voog’s customer support team. In case something goes wrong, you can certainly count on them and the available knowledge resources.

To get in touch with support, you can either enter a query directly from the website builder or use the special contact form. Email and phone-based support are also available.

We have tested out Voog’s customer support service and were satisfied with the answers. It took the team a few hours to get back to us with a detailed response. Generally speaking, due to the huge knowledge base offered, Voog websites owners don’t usually require support.


Based on everything that has been outlined so far, we can say that Voog represents a lightweight, yet highly-capable website builder that is easy to use and available at fairly low prices. It doesn’t offer the best online store or website customisation options, but it remains a solid option on the website building tools market.

We hope that you have enjoyed our Voog review and that you can now make a more informed choice.

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