popular web hosting (Opens in a new tab) Hostinger provider (Opens in a new tab) It has begun shifting its website builder efforts away from its subsidiary, Zyro, after launching its new competing eponymous service.
Founded in 2019, Zyro (Opens in a new tab) – For over three years – the platform’s parent company, Hostinger, has been pushing to the front lines when website building services are needed.
However, after launching its own website builder (Opens in a new tab) The service, which can now be purchased as a bundle deal with its web hosting service, the company explained TechRadar Pro All of their resources will now go towards pushing Hostinger’s website builder platform.
What about Zero?
In another blog post (Opens in a new tab)Hostinger announced that it has brought Zyro into the Hostinger ecosystem and rebranded it as Hostinger Website Builder.
“We want everything to be under an already well-known brand so customers (both existing and new) are familiar with our ecosystem. However, Zyro will still be available to existing customers,” said Daugirdas Jankos, Hostinger’s Chief Marketing Officer. TechRadar Pro.
Launched in 2020, Zyro was originally a hustle on Hostinger’s side with the goal of helping users build their online presence with a drag-and-drop website builder.
Hostinger also mentioned that Zyro will still be available for new customer sign-ups, but that they will cease all marketing activities to push the product out to acquire new users.
Hostinger’s website builder plan is available for purchase at $2.79 per month and includes web hosting, free domain name, free email accounts, free SSL certificates, and up to 100 sites.
The features that come with Hostinger’s website builder service are nearly identical to Zyro’s, minus the price (Zyro’s website plan costs $2.59 per month), and there’s a separate business plan for $3.59 per month for ecommerce platforms. (Opens in a new tab).