Best Website Builder for Artists – Our Top Picks for 2024
Updated on April 16, 2024

Best Website Builders for Artists 2024

Bruno Mirchevski
Bruno Mirchevski,
Hosting Expert
Bruno Mircevski is an experienced content writer as well as entrepreneur. His career took him to different phases where he had to switch web hosting providers for one reason or another. Taking a trip from shared web hosting to dedicated web hosting, he experienced it all and is prepared to share that knowledge with you. With years of real hosting experience, he will explain the ins and outs of every single web hosting provider out there as you take an in-depth look at everything they have to offer, and what their pitfalls are.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need to protect my art with watermarks or passwords?

As you know, the Internet is a massive place filled with millions of people. Some people might see your picture or video and want to use it without paying. So, they will download it, and they’re good to go. Thus, they will be able to use your work in any way they like without paying you for making it. Protection measures like custom watermarks and passwords can help you prevent all of that from happening.

What kind of pages should I have on my website?

You can have whatever kinds of pages you want on your website. However, there are some pages that all websites need to have, including a home page, your statement as an artist, a gallery page, CV and biography, a page with your contact information, a news page, site index, and a page stating your privacy policy. provides professional web hosting reviews fully independent of any other entity. Our reviews are unbiased, honest, and apply the same evaluation standards to all those reviewed. While monetary compensation is received from a few of the companies listed on this site, compensation of services and products have no influence on the direction or conclusions of our reviews. Nor does the compensation influence our rankings for certain host companies. This compensation covers account purchasing costs, testing costs and royalties paid to reviewers.
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