Vicki Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Before I get into this review, I'd like to tell you this quick story...
I wasn't quite finished patting myself on the back for finding Wishpond (a pretty awesome looking tool to do landing page creation, split tests, popups and Facebook integration), when I tripped over BuilderAll.
You know how it is....
There's always something to solve a problem in the digial marketing webisphere, with no shortage of problems to solve....
I was within minutes of adding to my credit balance the $420 yearly for Wishpond (which is $35/mo, less than half their advertised pricepoint), a pretty good deal I thought! (plus they do FB integration as well, awesome!).
Also, I was planning on buying the full liscense for Thrive themes for $147 (I need all the Wordpress theme support I can get).
But when I logged in and poked around in Builderall for a couple of hours, I quickly cancelled my expiring free trial of Wishpond, my plans for Thrive themes, and my auto-responder.
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Based on the tools in the system, and the $29 per month for what could easily cost 10x that, Builderall is the winner hands down, a no brainer. (after this launch price expires, it will go up to $47, still a steal).
Now that said, I'm not saying it's perfect!
No system of its kind can be, but there are some growing pains (thus the HUge discount).
As for my 9 year old blog, it's recently had to undergo days on end with tech support to get the load times down to within Google and Facebook's accepted range, adding SSL, and swaping out a ton of outdated plugins.
Between hosting support and outsourcing to a programmer, well, you get the idea.
Typical day in the life of a digital entrepreneur.
When I found Builderall, I was pouring over comparisons between Click Funnels vs Lead Pages vs Wishpond.
Builderall seemed to be of the calibur of Click Funnels (which is anywhere from $97 tp $297 per month for a funnel system, no integrated email server, and a not so well reviewed evergreen webinar platform, no Facebook integration, heat map, or mobile app builder).
But the price point is what blew my socks off... I would have gladly paid $97 / month. So, $29? Oh Heck Yeah!!
Now mind you, although I might be a bit predjudice here I never recommend ANYTHING we don't use or haven't used ourselves in our daily business, and objectively based on my nearly 10 years of experience in digital marketing.
So I did a quick overview for you here, and then I highlight both the PROs and CONs (yes there are a few) in the list below along with my fair assessment.
There's more to this system than just being one of the best web hosting sites we've seen (unlimited domains hosted on a secure, state of the art platform), these are just a few other highlights:
Now for the nitty gritty data points.....
Vendor: Simon Warner
Product Name: Builderall
Launch Date: US July 2017 (Brazil 2015, 7 yrs in development)
Front-End Price: $47 (currently $29/mo lifetime for limited time offer)
Niche: Webpage builder
So aside from the best site build website (not just one but two different builders depending on what your needs are), what else is in the Builderall platform?
A subscription to Pushcrew or PushEngage alone ( services that provides browser notifications ) would be at least $17 per month.
And it doesn't stop there, here are more digital marketing tools that make up the every day funnels we know and love....
So I won't repeat a lot of the same stuff I've already written about its features, but just a basic list of PROs or the best advantages of Builderall vs other web builders:
... but, do I recommend this product?
YES YES YES. Don't even hesitate because for the money you can't get an auto-responder that would even send to a list size of 10,000. You could not get a page builder software for anywhere close to the price of the entire Builderall system.
SCORE: 97 out of 100
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