We’ve built websites on pretty much every platform out there, and we can confidently say that Showit is hands-down the absolute best.
Not only is it the easiest to use, but it comes integrated with WordPress to give you the design magic of Showit plus the SEO power of WordPress — all in one seamless experience.
What are you waiting for?
Let’s get you signed up!
Watch the video or follow the step-by-step instructions below to create a new Showit account.
Use this link to visit the Showit website and get one month free!
To get the process started, click the button labeled Create your site.
Enter your email address into the pop-up field and click Submit.
This will begin your 14-day free trial.
Showit will ask for several pieces of information, including your name, current website, how you heard about Showit, and your contact info.
Then you’ll be asked to create a password, and once you click Submit, your account will officially be created.
You won’t be able to subscribe to Showit until you confirm your email address, and it’s easiest to do it at this point.
The email you receive from Showit should look similar to the one shown below.
Once your email is confirmed, navigate back to the Showit website and use your new username and password to log in.
Note: If you log in using Safari or Firefox, you’ll see the message below. Showit requires the Chrome browser in order to work correctly. You can download Chrome for free here.
You’ll need to choose a design in order to view the subscription options. Don’t worry, you’ll be able to revisit this page later to choose a different design or import a template.
For now, select the first design named Simple and click Start with this design.
Once the website editor loads, click on the button in the top right corner that says Subscribe.
There are 3 Showit plans available:
1. Showit: Choose this option if you do not need a blog.
2. Showit + Basic Blog: Choose this option if you are starting a new blog or manually moving existing blog posts over from your old blog.
3. Showit + Advanced Blog: Choose this option if you want Showit to migrate old blog posts over from Squarespace or WordPress, or if you know you have a need for advanced WordPress plugins.
Choose to pay monthly or yearly, whichever works for you.
You will be prompted to complete your payment, and your subscription to Showit will be active.
If you’re working with us on a Website Restyle, you can now return to your Brand Assignment.
If you’ve purchased a Website Template, you can import your new design by following the instructions in this article: How to customize and launch a Showit website template