Zyro offers a few different plans. Before getting into the nitty gritty of the premium plans, we’d like to recommend the free plan. It includes 500MB of storage and monthly data transfers, all without ever asking for your credit card info (although free sites do display Zyro ads). This is a solid option for businesses and individuals who are looking for basic websites, without much storage space or customization. On to the premium plans:
-Basic - ($1.99/month) This is a great plan for users who want to launch small websites for personal brands. You’ll be able to customize your URL favicon, connect your own domain, and you’ll also get 3GB bandwidth, 1GB storage, and all Zyro ads removed.
-Unleashed - ($3.49/month) Intended for small businesses, it’s got some expanded capabilities. Unleashed includes everything in the Basic package, plus integration with Google Analytics, Facebook Messenger’s live chat, and Google Tag Manager, a free domain name for the first year, visitor remarketing tools, and the option to insert your Facebook pixel for ad campaigns.
-eCommerce - ($14.99/month) Here’s where things get serious. Zyro offers a set of advanced features for companies that want to make online sales. You’ll be able to receive online payments with no transaction fees, sell up to 100 products, send email notifications and promote discounts, track orders, access inventory, shipping, and tax management tools, and offer all of the most popular payment options.
-Ecommerce + ($21.99/month) In addition to everything included in a traditional eCommerce plan, eCommerce + allows users to sell unlimited products, launch abandoned cart recovery email campaigns, display your site in multiple languages, and sell on multiple platforms, from Facebook and Instagram to Amazon.
All Zyro Premium plans include a 30-day money-back guarantee and free hosting.