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Storyblok logo
4.2
11

Headless CMS for Developers & Marketers

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.1
    Ease of use
    4.4
    Features
    3.9
    Customer support
    4.8
Pros and Cons from Storyblok users   
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+11
I recommend it because it has systems that can be managed without problkema by marketing or fiction professionals responsible for business sales and content.
I'm not going to say that Storyblok is a horrible product because it's not. It has value, and it has a market.
Quite manageable and keep coming with novel features. High reliability on editing and formatting services of content.
Clicking on an element on the page opens up the parent block rather than the child block that was being clicked.
Visulaizing content before publishing, and being able to customize it as per our client desire is very helpful.
The pricing can be a bit weird as some basic features might require you to upgrade your plan.
My Overall experience is very good with Storyblok.
This is inconveniencing. I often find myself feeling disappointed with the features on content delivery APIs (REST & GraphQL).
Generating content for an international audience through Storyblok’s internationalization and localization tools is so easy for our team. We’ve accessed our data via a meaningful GraphQL API.
When developers are over-resourced, there's no one available to make those changes since content side won't get access to the code. The structure to setup the webpages are sometimes backwards.
Everyone can use and operate the same at all the times. Highly stable across all kinds of business environments.
Story and content management through customised software in easiest way. Tech savvy and user friendly softwrae.
Most customisable, user friendly software for content management of all kinds.
Storyblok lets us create content for a global audience. There are multiple integrations possible in their platform, so developers can easily pull data using JSON APIs.
I recommend it because it has systems that can be managed without problkema by marketing or fiction professionals responsible for business sales and content.
I'm not going to say that Storyblok is a horrible product because it's not. It has value, and it has a market.
Quite manageable and keep coming with novel features. High reliability on editing and formatting services of content.
Clicking on an element on the page opens up the parent block rather than the child block that was being clicked.
Visulaizing content before publishing, and being able to customize it as per our client desire is very helpful.
The pricing can be a bit weird as some basic features might require you to upgrade your plan.
My Overall experience is very good with Storyblok.
This is inconveniencing. I often find myself feeling disappointed with the features on content delivery APIs (REST & GraphQL).
Generating content for an international audience through Storyblok’s internationalization and localization tools is so easy for our team. We’ve accessed our data via a meaningful GraphQL API.
When developers are over-resourced, there's no one available to make those changes since content side won't get access to the code. The structure to setup the webpages are sometimes backwards.
Everyone can use and operate the same at all the times. Highly stable across all kinds of business environments.
Story and content management through customised software in easiest way. Tech savvy and user friendly softwrae.
Most customisable, user friendly software for content management of all kinds.
Storyblok lets us create content for a global audience. There are multiple integrations possible in their platform, so developers can easily pull data using JSON APIs.
I recommend it because it has systems that can be managed without problkema by marketing or fiction professionals responsible for business sales and content.
I'm not going to say that Storyblok is a horrible product because it's not. It has value, and it has a market.
Quite manageable and keep coming with novel features. High reliability on editing and formatting services of content.
Clicking on an element on the page opens up the parent block rather than the child block that was being clicked.
Visulaizing content before publishing, and being able to customize it as per our client desire is very helpful.
The pricing can be a bit weird as some basic features might require you to upgrade your plan.
My Overall experience is very good with Storyblok.
This is inconveniencing. I often find myself feeling disappointed with the features on content delivery APIs (REST & GraphQL).
Generating content for an international audience through Storyblok’s internationalization and localization tools is so easy for our team. We’ve accessed our data via a meaningful GraphQL API.
When developers are over-resourced, there's no one available to make those changes since content side won't get access to the code. The structure to setup the webpages are sometimes backwards.
Everyone can use and operate the same at all the times. Highly stable across all kinds of business environments.
Story and content management through customised software in easiest way. Tech savvy and user friendly softwrae.
Most customisable, user friendly software for content management of all kinds.
Storyblok lets us create content for a global audience. There are multiple integrations possible in their platform, so developers can easily pull data using JSON APIs.
Sitefinity logo
3.5
29

Digital experience management for marketers

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    3.5
    Ease of use
    3.6
    Features
    3.7
    Customer support
    3.2
Pros and Cons from Sitefinity users   
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+15
Very user friendly and well documented, customer support is the best I ever had if you have a license, and okay if you don't have a license.
The software doesn't provide drag plus drops features offering multiple bugs while processing. The pathetic functionality with poor customer support makes this software less demanding.
This is a good CMS for someone who is new to the site or companies who needs a professional site and does not know where to start and who needs professional and committed support.
There are so many issues with getting logged out and pages being unintentionally locked. It's a real pain if you don't have admin permissioning and are unable to unlock pages on demand.
A good software to use and affordable to buy for anyone.
The most unwanted thing about this tool is that the developers don't offer recent updates. Thus, the tool is lagging and becomes clingy many times while operating.
It's modularity is one of the best features, a lot of mobile responsive capabilities, builtin web api that exposes your services without an extra line of code.
Even for me as a developer, things are not intuitive. I've had more problems with updates and upgrades than I can count, and their customer support department is very lacking.
I have used Sitefinity for two large corporate websites, for B2B and B2C. Their software is very easy to use and is a good value for the cost.
If you mess up the HTML by a simple copy+paste action, you have to fix it before you can continue adding content.
Great performance, especially now having the option of PaaS in Azure. Lightweight in terms of setup and running it.
The toolboxes for customized components sometimes very trick for trouble shouting. Adding new templates/layouts with drop in components are not easy.
They likewise offer extraordinary help which is presented in a couple of level choices. The effortlessness with which I can perform errands in the backend.
Debugging is hard, licensing is hard(-ish), redeployment is hard.
The interface is very user-friendly and lets us use the platform to a wide range of users across the business. Workflows make content approval possible before it goes live.
Their page builders aren't as easy as wordpress. Their content block features make it difficult for non-web developers to build webpages.
Drag-and-drop capabilities for managing complex layouts. Ability to provide predefined templates for pages - Master and secondary levels, etc.
Highly extensible for developers. Many built in integrations for third party systems.
Very user friendly and well documented, customer support is the best I ever had if you have a license, and okay if you don't have a license.
The software doesn't provide drag plus drops features offering multiple bugs while processing. The pathetic functionality with poor customer support makes this software less demanding.
This is a good CMS for someone who is new to the site or companies who needs a professional site and does not know where to start and who needs professional and committed support.
There are so many issues with getting logged out and pages being unintentionally locked. It's a real pain if you don't have admin permissioning and are unable to unlock pages on demand.
A good software to use and affordable to buy for anyone.
The most unwanted thing about this tool is that the developers don't offer recent updates. Thus, the tool is lagging and becomes clingy many times while operating.
It's modularity is one of the best features, a lot of mobile responsive capabilities, builtin web api that exposes your services without an extra line of code.
Even for me as a developer, things are not intuitive. I've had more problems with updates and upgrades than I can count, and their customer support department is very lacking.
I have used Sitefinity for two large corporate websites, for B2B and B2C. Their software is very easy to use and is a good value for the cost.
If you mess up the HTML by a simple copy+paste action, you have to fix it before you can continue adding content.
Great performance, especially now having the option of PaaS in Azure. Lightweight in terms of setup and running it.
The toolboxes for customized components sometimes very trick for trouble shouting. Adding new templates/layouts with drop in components are not easy.
They likewise offer extraordinary help which is presented in a couple of level choices. The effortlessness with which I can perform errands in the backend.
Debugging is hard, licensing is hard(-ish), redeployment is hard.
The interface is very user-friendly and lets us use the platform to a wide range of users across the business. Workflows make content approval possible before it goes live.
Their page builders aren't as easy as wordpress. Their content block features make it difficult for non-web developers to build webpages.
Drag-and-drop capabilities for managing complex layouts. Ability to provide predefined templates for pages - Master and secondary levels, etc.
Highly extensible for developers. Many built in integrations for third party systems.
Very user friendly and well documented, customer support is the best I ever had if you have a license, and okay if you don't have a license.
The software doesn't provide drag plus drops features offering multiple bugs while processing. The pathetic functionality with poor customer support makes this software less demanding.
This is a good CMS for someone who is new to the site or companies who needs a professional site and does not know where to start and who needs professional and committed support.
There are so many issues with getting logged out and pages being unintentionally locked. It's a real pain if you don't have admin permissioning and are unable to unlock pages on demand.
A good software to use and affordable to buy for anyone.
The most unwanted thing about this tool is that the developers don't offer recent updates. Thus, the tool is lagging and becomes clingy many times while operating.
It's modularity is one of the best features, a lot of mobile responsive capabilities, builtin web api that exposes your services without an extra line of code.
Even for me as a developer, things are not intuitive. I've had more problems with updates and upgrades than I can count, and their customer support department is very lacking.
I have used Sitefinity for two large corporate websites, for B2B and B2C. Their software is very easy to use and is a good value for the cost.
If you mess up the HTML by a simple copy+paste action, you have to fix it before you can continue adding content.
Great performance, especially now having the option of PaaS in Azure. Lightweight in terms of setup and running it.
The toolboxes for customized components sometimes very trick for trouble shouting. Adding new templates/layouts with drop in components are not easy.
They likewise offer extraordinary help which is presented in a couple of level choices. The effortlessness with which I can perform errands in the backend.
Debugging is hard, licensing is hard(-ish), redeployment is hard.
The interface is very user-friendly and lets us use the platform to a wide range of users across the business. Workflows make content approval possible before it goes live.
Their page builders aren't as easy as wordpress. Their content block features make it difficult for non-web developers to build webpages.
Drag-and-drop capabilities for managing complex layouts. Ability to provide predefined templates for pages - Master and secondary levels, etc.
Highly extensible for developers. Many built in integrations for third party systems.
Longtail UX logo
4.8
5

Customer acquisition software

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.2
    Ease of use
    4.4
    Features
    4.6
    Customer support
    5.0
Pros and Cons from Longtail UX users   
No pros & cons found
Acquia Cloud Platform logo
4.3
7

Headless content management system (CMS) platform

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    3.3
    Ease of use
    4.1
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    4.7
Pros and Cons from Acquia Cloud Platform users   
No pros & cons found
Because Intelligence logo
4.6
5

Software for automating website updates

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Reviews Sentiment
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Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.0
    Ease of use
    4.2
    Features
    4.4
    Customer support
    4.2
Pros and Cons from Because Intelligence users   
No pros & cons found
Butter CMS logo
4.7
3

CMS to create launch and manage websites, blogs & web pages

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.0
    Ease of use
    4.7
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    4.0
Pros and Cons from Butter CMS users   
No pros & cons found
Wix Enterprise logo
4.8
4

Powerful Website Solutions For Scale

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.3
    Ease of use
    4.5
    Features
    4.5
    Customer support
    5.0
Pros and Cons from Wix Enterprise users   
No pros & cons found
Sitecore Experience Platform logo
4.3
4

Cloud-based content management system

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Reviews Sentiment
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Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.5
    Ease of use
    4.0
    Features
    4.5
    Customer support
    3.8
Pros and Cons from Sitecore Experience Platform users   
No pros & cons found
BannerOS logo
3.8
4

Cloud-based website analytics & content management software

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Reviews Sentiment
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Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.0
    Ease of use
    2.8
    Features
    3.8
    Customer support
    3.3
Pros and Cons from BannerOS users   
No pros & cons found
Contentstack logo
4.5
2

Cloud-based headless CMS software with CDN-enabled APIs

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Reviews Sentiment
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Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    3.0
    Ease of use
    3.5
    Features
    4.0
    Customer support
    4.5
Pros and Cons from Contentstack users   
No pros & cons found
Ametys logo
5.0
1

Java CMS for creating and managing websites

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Reviews Sentiment
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Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    5.0
    Ease of use
    5.0
    Features
    4.0
    Customer support
    4.0
Pros and Cons from Ametys users   
No pros & cons found
Mura CMS logo
5.0
1

Content management system and digital experience platform

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Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.0
    Ease of use
    4.0
    Features
    4.0
    Customer support
    4.0
Pros and Cons from Mura CMS users   
No pros & cons found
imgix logo
3.5
2

Visual media management platform

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Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    2.0
    Ease of use
    4.0
    Features
    4.0
    Customer support
    3.5
Pros and Cons from imgix users   
No pros & cons found
OpenText TeamSite logo
3.0
1

Web content management software

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    Value for money
    0.0
    Ease of use
    3.0
    Features
    3.0
    Customer support
    0.0
Pros and Cons from OpenText TeamSite users   
No pros & cons found
InterRed logo
0

InterRed: The future-proof multi-channel publishing solution

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    0.0
    Ease of use
    0.0
    Features
    0.0
    Customer support
    0.0
Pros and Cons from InterRed users   
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ProductPOP.io logo
0

Products POP on websites with code-free shoppable tags

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    0.0
    Ease of use
    0.0
    Features
    0.0
    Customer support
    0.0
Pros and Cons from ProductPOP.io users   
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EmbedPress logo
0

All-In-One WordPress Embedding Solution

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    0.0
    Ease of use
    0.0
    Features
    0.0
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    0.0
Pros and Cons from EmbedPress users   
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ARTdynamix logo
0

Content Management and Marketing System built for the Arts

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    0.0
    Ease of use
    0.0
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    0.0
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    0.0
Pros and Cons from ARTdynamix users   
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