I found about Webflow from a friend who was building a website for an AI startup in Berlin. Since nowadays a startup's most essential assets are marketing and speed, Webflow must have some benefits that Wordpress and the like don't have. I have some front-end development experience, so the UI with the edit panel being almost Sketch-like makes it very intuitive. Many designers and web developers say it is the most underrated design tool out there. The main reason is that they include hosting in their revenue model, eliminating the need for hosting companies in the pipeline. Luckily, the documentation of WebFlow is extremely elaborate and describes smooth integrations to Google Analytics, Google Maps, custom HTML snippets well.
I did find a few small caveats:
My projects so far:
Overall, I am a fan of Webflow. So far, I host my personal website and two other client websites on it and it exceeds the requirements. Now that Webflow has rolled out e-commerce, new opportunities await.