If you’ve read much of my blog posts about web design and development or online digital marketing, you know I’m a big, big fan of WordPress for building all kinds of websites – ecommerce, church and nonprofit, and of course, blogs of all kinds.

There are only a few tools around that I would even begin to recommend as alternatives, and Builderall is now included. I bought it, messed around with it, kicked the tires, and really liked what was included beyond the standard website builder features.

Builderall's Backend

I’m a big fan of the idea of putting everything into a single control panel rather than having to switch between a dozen different tools.

If you want to start a blog, you’ll need WordPress. For landing pages, you’ll usually need a plugin or a third-party solution, like Instapage, Leadpages, or ProfitMozo. For email marketing, you’ll need Aweber, ConvertKit, or my favorite, MailerLite. To create graphics, you’ll need more tools. And to build an app? That’s a whole nutha’ level!

With Builderall, you can build it all.

Build sites. Create graphics. Create online courses. Manage email lists and use autoresponders. Set up whole sales funnels. And there are nicely designed templates galore for each of these tasks.

Builderall’s sites are all hosted on a secure, dedicated server and support is a ticket away. Here’s a demo video…

The cost of Builderall is more than the average cloud-based app, at $47. Most are $20 to 40… but that’s per tool. So if you eliminate the need for separate hosting ($5 on the cheap, $50 for something sensible), a landing page app ($20 to $30), mailing list software ($20, $50, $100 or more depending on your list size), you’ve just saved some money.

My assessment, after testing it out and exploring every facet of the platform is that it’s robust and worth it’s cost. If your digital marketing world, like mine, is heavily wrapped up in WordPress and other existing tools, it might be too much work to switch. But if you’re looking at…

  • Getting started…
  • Running some side projects…, or
  • Offering a service to people in need of websites…

Builderall just might be the way to go!

(And by the way, once you’re on the product page, if you mouse away to exit, you’ll discover a popup offering a 7-day free trial.) So give it a shot!

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