BuilderAll Review 2019 – A Little Crazy

BuilderAll is an all-in-one internet marketing tool. And I mean "all in one". It has a website builder with a variety of funnel templates. It has an email marketing tool with autoresponder, video creator, social post management tool, push notifications... It would rather be easier to list up what it doesn't have. In my BuilderAll review I'll focus on the main features.

What's missing from BuilderAll is a good navigation... It's a little crazy. But I'll talk about it later. 

Drag & Drop Website Builder

The site builder is without a doubt the best feature. From the price of $9.90 per month, it allows you to create unlimited number of websites. It's equipped with plenty of professional looking templates; various lead capture pages, sales funnel sets, webinar page, members-only page, "Under Construction" page, etc. Alternatively you can create your site from a blank canvas, but there's no reason why you should, when all the templates are fully customizable.

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The Confusion

But it's not easy to find the best template, because BuilderAll actually has 3 x separate website builders. They're 'almost' identical, and each of these 3 site builders has its own template section.

So you want to check all the 3 site builders to decide which template is the best for your needs. The 3 site builders are all WYSIWYG drag and drop editors, and the main difference between them is the responsive view.

  • "Pixel Perfect" editor - BuilderAll's original site builder (by the looks of it). It allows you to switch only between desktop view and mobile view. So the templates for Pixel Perfect may not be tablet-friendly.
  • "Responsive Builder" -  All the templates are supposed to be responsive to all devices, so the editor has a desktop view only.
  • "Mobile First Builder" - All the templates are made primarily for mobile device, so the layouts are vertical. You can switch between mobile view and desktop view.

What's really confusing to me is the category filter/menu. The categories are pretty at random ("Landing Page" "Health & Beauty" "Local Business" etc). All three site builders use the same category menu, but not all categories are applicable for all the three builders.

For example, you want to create an e-commerce website, and naturally you want to target mobile users because mobile use is the mainstream. And you want to create a sales funnel. So you go to "Mobile First Builder" then click "Sales Funnels" in the category menu - nothing's there. Mobile First Builder doesn't have a sales funnel template. I really wish BuilderAll would tidy up the template menus a little.

The Editor Usability

The builder/editor itself is easy to navigate. You can easily find what's where, and drag & drop without time delay. You might experience an occasional few seconds of freeze, but it happens with other WYSIWYG builders like Wix.

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What's good is it clearly indicates the area that will be invisible in mobile device. So you can adjust it, for example if an image is too large for mobile, you can drag a corner to resize it. 

Also right-click enabled; in order to link a button to an external page for instance, just right-click the button, then click "Action" and insert the URL (or any of your other pages from the drop-down menu).

Others including ready-made privacy policy page, GDPR configuration, sitemap settings, which are all easy to customize.

Web Hosting Included!

Needless to mention; a website builder would be pretty useless if you had to have it hosted elsewhere. BuilderAll allows to use unlimited number of its subdomains, and also let you connect to your own domains;

  • "Web Presence" plan ($9.90 per month) - connect to one domain of your own
  • "Digital Marketing" plan ($29.90 per month) - connect up to 15 domains
  • "BuilderAll Business" plan ($49.90 per month) - also connect up to 15 domains.

MailingBoss Autoresponder

MailingBoss is an email marketing tool. It's great the fact that one toolkit allows you to create a sales funnel with a lead capture page AND let you send emails. 

But it's not the best...unfortunately.

Personally overall, I found it hard to get used to the format. Among many other email campaigns software that I've been using for years; AWeber, GetResponse, Mailchimp, Constant Contact, MailerLite, SendInBlue... MailingBoss is as if it's on another planet. Mainly because the top menu bar is not so organized, and there are hardly any submenus. For example...

  • 'Subscribers' and 'Lists' are in separate main menu, whereas usually a list of 'subscribers' should be found under 'lists'.
  • You can't see the email sequence of autoresponder at a glance. As you randomly create multiple number of emails, they'll appear under "Email Sequence" section randomly, so you can't easily tell in which order the emails should be sent. You control it in "Workflow" screen instead.

Email Template

MailingBoss Template

I like the simplicity of MailingBoss's email template. Unlike many other email marketing software, you don't pick a ready-made template from hundreds of variations. Instead you just drag & drop the blocks from the left-hand menu.

What's great is, the block examples are all visual (rather than just descriptions such as "text with inline image" "button", etc). So it's easier to tell which blocks you want to add, you know what I mean?

If you don't want anything but a simple paragraph text and just add hyperlinks, you can also do that easy.

List Segmentation

From the "Workflow" menu, you can segment your list and create your own workflow. There's a blank workflow mapping space, and you'll be creating a horizontal tree, by adding boxes (name of campaign or your leads' behavior). For example...

  • Autoresponder Day 1: select the leads who clicked the link in the email and send an extra email only to them.
  • Autoresponder 5th Email: move the leads who didn't click the link in the last 3 emails to another list, and start sending another autoresponder sequence.
Email Workflow

Email Workflow

Bad Deliverability

I started to build new leads using MailingBoss about 6 months ago, but quit after a while because the delivery rates (open rates) were so bad, around 5%, while I can get at least 50% using exactly the same method with other email marketing service providers such as AWeber and GetResponse.

I built up to 360 subscribers using MailingBoss. At the best time 18 people opened my email, and at the worst time only 4 people opened it. I repeatedly sent a test email campaign to myself (regular email as well as sequence/autoresponder emails). Unfortunately all of them arrived in my spam folder.

Deliverability is the most important, most crucial element when you choose an email marketing service provider. I decided it wasn't worth carrying on.

Animated Video Creator

Video Project

The video creator is only available for "Digital Marketing" plan $29.90 per month or above. It's fun. The library has plenty of background, animated characters to add, text, images, sound effect and so on.

You can add your own video and add these characters and edit it using the video creator before exporting it or embedding it to your website.

Text To Speech

"Text To Speech" is another feature that's supposed to be great but not maintained properly. You just type in text, and it reads out for you in various voice types.

"English UK male" voice is a freakishly high pitched, "English UK male 2" is a female voice, "English US male" is a female voice with strong Mexican-Spanish accent, and so on... They can't be serious! 

Apart from that, it's not too bad (!) You can export the finished video to your hard drive, means you can use it for YouTube, Facebook and other platforms too.

Design Studio

Design Studio

Design Studio is another set of photos or illustrations with a frame (or two frames) inside, where you can embed your own image or video.

Below is an example; I picked a illustration of a home office with iMac on the desk where you can embed either an image or a video clip. I uploaded a short video of my dog, download it back to me hard drive, then I put it up on YouTube. The whole process didn't take 10 minutes.

It's certainly not a necessary feature for internet marketing, but it makes a little bit of difference, handy and quick.

There are also "Presentation Builder" and "Photo Studio". Presentation Builder is essentially Powerpoint, only not as good as Powerpoint. Whereas Photo Studio is in working progress (or abandoned!) - it only contains random photo stock and nothing else.

Push Notifications

Desktop Notifications

BuilderAll has the "annoying but effective" browser notification to inform users of promotion, event and offers. Setting up is easy by adding a code to the header of your site, and it allows you to either send a notification instantly, or schedule it. 

SEO On Page Report Tool

This is a pretty decent SEO report tool, instantly give you all the information you need to make your webpage optimized based on the keyword, in order to improve your search engine visibility results.

SEO On Page Report Tool

Get the power of SEO optimization on your website pages! their reporting tool gives you all the information you need to make your page as SEO-perfect as possible, and boost your search visibility results. The report include:

  • 4 x Critical Factors - accessible to search engines, broad keyword usage in documents, broad keyword usage in page title, appropriate use of Rel-Canonical
  • 7 x High Relevance Factors - appropriate keyword usage, avoid keyword stuffing in document, avoid keyword stuffing in page title, avoid multiple page title elements, exact keyword usage in page title, keyword placement in page title, no more than one canonical URL tag
  • 9 x Moderate Relevance Factors - exact keyword usage in document, keyword usage in image Alt attribute, no more than one meta description element, sufficient quantity of characters in content, sufficient quantity of words in content, appropriate characters in the URL, avoid keyword stuffing in the URL, keyword usage in URL, static URL
  • 11 x Low Relevance Factors - appropriate keyword usage in H1 tag, appropriate page title length, avoid keyword self-cannibalization, keyword usage in bold/strong/emphasized/italics, keyword usage in the meta description, meta description usage, no more than one H1 tag, avoid excessive external links, avoid excessive internal links, appropriate URL length, minimal subfolders in the URL
  • 5 x Optional Factors - appropriate meta description length, avoid using meta keywords tag, employ external links, keyword placement in H1 tag, canonical URL tag usage

As you can see it gives you the total of 36 quick analysis results with a checkbox. So you can go through the boxes that are unchecked, go back to the page and fix the problems. Run the report again until all the boxes are checked.

Pro:

Great thing is that you can run a report of not only BuilderAll pages but any URL's, even your competitors webpages.

Con:

Although I find this feature extremely useful, if I compare it to Yoast for WordPress for example, BuilderAll's SEO report doesn't save the pages. You need to insert URL and the keyword every time you want to check a page.

Heat Map

Click Map (Head Map) is great to track where users clicked within your pages so you know which areas of your layout draw attention the most. So you'll know the best place to place your CTA button to increase conversion.

...Great if it works. I've tried it many times on my BuilderAll site and unfortunately it returns as error. Setting up is supposed to be easy - insert the code in <head> section of the page. 

App Creator (Android and iOS)

App Creator

This is another great feature that allows you to create a cellphone app so that you can let your customers know of your business information, discount sales, events, booking etc. via push notifications. It allows you to add a newswall, social media links (Facebook page and Twitter), Shopify link, audio/video files, RSS feed, code scan, and many more.

I found it fairly easy to build. And being part of the monthly fee (not available with "Web Presence" plan $9.90 per month), the app is third-party ads free, unlike other free app creators. Definitely a good option for a business owner.

Referral Commissions

Each time you refer "Digital Marketing" plan or "BuilderAll Business" plan to others, you'll receive 30% commission.

BuilderAll Affiliate Commissions

It means you can actually build a website using BuilderAll to promote itself - it's always the best way to promote a product that you know inside out. You can either create one website that's entirely dedicated to the promotion of BuilderAll, or build a site for multiple affiliate marketing platform and drive your visitors to your BuilderAll sales funnel.

Help and Support

There's plenty of video tutorials, throughout the modules. However there's no help in text format, which I personally don't like. I know many people find audio/visual instructions more comprehensive than text instructions. But this meant that every time I needed a quick guidance or just to find out a terminology, I had to be in a quiet environment (switch off the radio, for example).

You can also send a support ticket. It took over 24 hours to get my question answered, so it wasn't great. I wish there was a live chat where you could ask some basic questions, but there isn't right now.

BuilderAll Pricing

"Web Presence" Plan ($9.90 per month):

  • Full access to all website builders
  • Unlimited pages and subdomains
  • Use your own domain (restricted to one domain)
  • Unlimited bandwidth / number of visitors
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    1Gb disk storage
  • SSL certificate (https)
  • Video creator
  • Design studio
  • Heat Map

"Digital Marketing" Plan ($29.90 per month)

In addition to all of above:

  • Use up to 15 of your own domains
  • 10Gb disk storage
  • MailingBoss email marketing
  • App creator
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    SEO on-page report tool

"BuilderAll Business" Plan ($49.90 per month)

In addition to all of above:

  • Webinar and streaming
  • Facebook posting toolkit
  • Affiliate marketplace
  • Builderall Business Community

Free Trial for 30 Days

BuilderAll allows you to sign up without giving out your credit card information. I think this is excellent - it means you can build your first website (or as many websites as you like) without spending a penny.

Great for brand new internet marketers who on a tight budget, because you'll likely to need a lot of tools in the beginning, but they're all in one platform, AND they can all be used at no cost!

BuilderAll Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Drag & drop website builder is easy to use.
  • Many tools in one, means you'll save a lot of money.
  • 30 days free trial.
  • SEO on-page report is extremely useful.
  • Plenty of video tutorials.
  • Design studio & animated video creator are fun.
  • 30% Referral commissions.

Cons

  • Bad navigation / lack of consistency in format.
  • Many video tutorial but lack of support. No live chat.
  • No WordPress - cannot transfer out the site.
  • Bad autoresponder deliverability.

Conclusion: BuilderAll Review

I admire the fact that BuilderAll offers so many essential online marketing toolkits in one platform - as the name suggests. Perhaps too many, and some of them don't seem to be looked after too well. But considering the web hosting fee that's inclusive, I think the "Digital Marketing Plan" is worth spending money for.

You can sign up with BuilderAll for free, no credit card is required. As I mentioned above, it's ideal for new internet marketers who are on a tight budget because all the tools can be used without spending a dime. So I suggest that you sign up, try building your website, monitor your SEO level by using the tool, create videos and cell phone apps. It should help you build up your marketing strategies.

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Ray Alexander

Hi! I’m Ray. Over the past 15+ years I have been involved with web designing, programming and online marketing. I work from home and have a passion for exploring new tools, services and programs in order to make money online. I’m here to help you succeed in building a profitable business by sharing my experiences. Any question, don’t hesitate to ask!

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Michael Omoze

BuilderAll provides excellent tools. I switched over from ClickFunnels last year. It does work as good and it saves you a lot of money, almost $1000 a year compared to CF. It provides even better tools like designing. you don’t need other web tools.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Michael, great to hear that you’re happy with BuilderAll. Yes it is much more economical. Support is not as great as CF, usability is not as easy as CF, means you might have to find out how sales funnels work through trials and errors, which means you’ll gain good experience. In that respect perhaps BA is great. Thanks for your comment.

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Creef

Thanks for this great article. This platform alone will help me a lot hopefully. It should provide me all the tools I need to get my business started. I think I would highly recommend getting this tool.
Builderall looks like an awesome and a great platform to start with maybe affiliate marketing and some others for the long run. I think I can ultimately do anything you want within my dashboard and I hope to grow my business in the long term. I’m hoping to build my one-page website first. Then build a squeeze page, and lead magnet pages and hopefully some more so that I can capture some leads in the future.
This one allows me not only to create a website for one product, but also as many sites and as many products I want, something I can look forward to in the future. I’m not a tech guru and I think I can do this. It seems easy and there are training videos on how to do.

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Gazza

I know you guys have some mixed reviews but it’s still the cheapest and most reasonable way to run an internet/affiliate marketing. Basic on Builderall and integrate it with Getresponse you only pay $20 per month then its pretty economical. If you have basic marketing knowledge then good to go.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Gazza, yep I actually agree with you. GetResponse I believe is the best option (cheapest) for those who are on a budget but need to promote MMO/bizopp products. And BuilderAll offers a reasonable price indeed. Thanks for your comment.

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Gerald Cook

Good review mate. Builder All looks like a new way of running all-round marketing stuff. It doesn’t sound like the best one on the shelf but to be honest I’ve been looking for something like this. Hope it improves, then I’m in, mate. Good job. All the best.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Gerald, thanks for your comment. Yes it is useful as a whole and you will soon work out which features can be used for what kind of purpose, so it isn’t too bad you know. Any questions don’t hesitate to ask!

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Catherine

I agree with what you say, Ray. I find it constantly distracting and terminology very strange. It’s like BuilderAll was built either by someone who’s not familiar with sales funnels, or someone who tries to be deliberately different. Either way it’s alienating users for sure. One thing I can say is you will get used to it and soon will be able to navigate through all the functions.

I no longer use BuilderAll because I’m happy with GetResponse’s landing page builder.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Catherine, thanks for sharing your experience/thoughts. Yes I do recommend GetResponse too, especially to new internet marketers for the price it offers. BuilderAll may offer much more than GR but many features are unfinished, unfortunately!

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Premia

Hi Ray. I took your advice and tried BuilderAll for a few weeks. You are right, a lot of things don’t really work! The video creator is so basic and maybe it’s too old, it’s so bad that it’s funny. I didn’t get to build a page because it was so cumbersome. But I liked the design studio and made some nice clips of me and my cat. Thanks Ray!

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Premia, that’s great you’ve given it a try! Also some image clips that you made will be great on your site or social media for sure. If you still need help in building your first site, don’t hesitate to give me a shout at any time. Thanks for your comment!

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Blake

Yep a little crazy mate, but at least it gives you a good chance to build an affiliate marketing site and start making money. Good affiliate program also.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Blake, yes I suppose they do! Thanks for your comment.

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Jason Willem

I’m in email marketing and I know several people who recommend me BuilderAll to build my squeeze page. Why would I pay monthly fee when I can use my wordpress + instabuilder for free. If it’s easy to use it it’s fair but it’s not. I think it’s ok if you don’t know how to build your site but for a long term use I don’t recommend it.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Jason, I agree with you. Email marketers get to learn how to use link trackers, rotators etc. Then it’s not hard to create their own sales funnel from scratch. Though BuilderAll includes web hosting, I think it’s fairly economical. Thanks for your comment!

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anonymous

You trash Builder all and call it crazy but you have your affiliate link hoping to make money from it lol.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi, I don’t trash it, I’m giving 4 stars out of 5. I trust this post will help the readers make their decision. As an affiliate I feel I’m quite rightly to place my link. Any questions don’t hesitate to ask.

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Digital Marketing Go

BuilderAll is one of the most reputable all in one website builders.
It has been in business for many years now, and history proves that it is very popular.
It has been used by so many digital marketers.
It is suitable for any niches but it is most suitable if you seriously run a business because if you need a help, the support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We fully recommend BuilderAll.

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ConversionFirst

BuilderAll has been popular for many years now especially among email marketers.
They use it to promote their favourite affiliate products through emails. It has been very successful.

It is not the best website builders as you pointed out. But for the price it is very accessible.
Thanks.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hello, yes undeniably successful it has been! Thanks for your comment.

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Ahmed

Great post. But what’s missing from your post is how good the referral system is. I make a living by referring BuilderAll to others by emails and on Facebook. You don’t have to actually use the tool. I hardly ever do. But because it’s an amazingly attractive package a lot of people pay attention and buy it.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Ahmed, it’s great you’re making success by referring it to other internet marketers. I wish you all the best, thanks for your comment!

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Wale

Hey, good review. I’ve never heard of BuilderAll. Looks like everyone’s in favor of it but I wanted to read some negative reviews. kind of got what you mean. WordPress is the most popular CMS and I agree, that if you use an independent sales funnel you can’t transfer it. Maybe ok for short term like affiliates tho. Good review.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Wale, thanks for sharing your thoughts, I appreciate your comment!

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Alisha Khan

Hi Ray, I don’t know much about BuilderAll but MailingBoss is one of the best email services because it regularly offers a one-off payment of $59 for life then you can send as many newsletters as you want. With great usability, from my experience MailingBoss is the best one of all.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Alisa, thanks for your comment. As I mentioned in the post, I cannot recommend MaiingBoss unfortunately. But I appreciate your opinion.

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Marta

I have a full of doubts about BuilderAll. I used it for just over a month, until one day it stopped. My site all of a sudden disappeared. I contacted the support group but nobody replied. My site briefly came back then disappeared again. I complained but because there was no direct support who could respond I was extremely unhappy and disappointed. I left the following month and lost my site. Some people say they are happy with BuilderAll, but because I had a bad experience I will not recommend it to anybody.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Marta, wow, that’s too bad. Finding your site disappeared (server down?) is the most annoying thing, but having to let it go without being able to export it can be heartbreaking. Thanks for sharing your experience with us. I wish you all the best!

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I Colton

Hi Ray, the review was very informative as always. I appreciate you taking the time to do all the checking and testing. I’m coaching 2 new internet marketers and they are both in extremely low budget. Was going to recommend Builderall but it doesn’t look like suit their needs cos email marketing is not part of it and even if they pay more to have that service you say it’s not good. Any others that you can recommend? thanks for the great job.

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Jessop

Great article Man! My customers asked me about BuilderAll just the other day. I will definitely try your suggestions.

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Suresh Adams

I think Builderall is going down the hill because it has not updated and some of the tools are in desperate need of updating. They look tacky and unusable. The website design is ok still but it needs more touchup.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Suresh, thanks for sharing your thoughts. Because BuilderAll is not for hybrid users and it offers a lot of different tools in one, it seems hard to keep up with updates.

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JRidan

This is not too bad. You just have to be patient enough to watch videos. The worst part is the support. You can never find the right answer.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi, thanks for your comment, I appreciate it! I don’t feel the video-only tutorial is ideal for those who want to save time though.

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Tony

I don’t know about BuilderAll but I use Mailing Boss and it’s pretty decent. I like the email template. I like the interface. I know you say the deliverability is not good but maybe you should review the usability also.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Tony, thanks for sharing your thoughts. I’ve already mentioned the usability in the post. Good to hear that there are some users like you who find it decent.

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Amanda

Hi Ray, I was thinking about using BuilderAll to start my blog but maybe it’s not ideal for blog? I don’t have anything to sell right now. I don’t have affiliate agreements with any companies. And your post changed my mind because it doesn’t look like something I’m looking for. Thank you.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Amanda, you can publish blog posts using BuilderAll, but I’d rather recommend you to use WordPress. BuilderAll is sales-funnel focused. Any specific questions don’t hesitate to contact me. Thanks for your comment.

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J

Builder All is grossly over-rated. People are promoting it on solo ad traffic to make affiliate commissions, that’s all as far as I can see. 3 in 10 people promote Builder All. The problem is that the recipients are not internet marketers. Nobody is interested.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi, thanks for your comment. Yes I’ve noticed too that a lot of traffic providers promote BuilderAll. I agree, it’s silly of them if they’re randomly promoting it to anyone…!

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Darci Cosmetics

Hi, I’m glad to hear that BuilderAll is a little “crazy” because that’s what I exactly thought when I first signed up. I spent like 2 days, couldn’t make heads or tails and in the end, it put me off the whole thing about promoting my new business. I remember the next time I should use WordPress. Luckily I’m becoming busier with face to face sales right now but I know I need a website. Thanks!

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi, thanks for sharing your experience, you shouldn’t have to struggle so hard just to build a simple business website. If you need help, just drop me a line and I’ll be more than happy to give you a hand!

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Slava Rumi

Hi, thank you for the review. I do not understand why WordPress is better. So many people try affiliate marketing then quit. Why should they spend more money? $9.90 per month is reasonable. They shouldn’t spend more than that. they can try the business. I think WordPress is a little overrated, why is it so good?

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Slava, WordPress is better because it’s fairly easy to use, and you can take it with you. It can be installed and hosted by any major web hosting company. But yes you can try BuiderAll and see if it fits. Let me know what you think of it. Thanks for your comment.

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Rasel Madber

BuilderAll is definitely not a scam. It’s just too busy and you can’t find things to do in the right way. Like you say in your post, the terminology is different from others which makes it harder for us to find. I was first attracted to the price but as soon as I knew the cheapest option didn’t include email marketing I quit.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Rasel, thanks for your comment. The cheapest one doesn’t include MailingBoss but as I mentioned in the post, MB is not great anyway. Still, the price may be attractive for some new users though.

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Eden Fig

Hi, I think crazy is an overstatement, I think there are too many things everywhere too busy….

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Eden, yes perhaps! Thanks for your comment, appreciate it.

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Sylvester

Hi, I just started a trial because you said it was confusing. I did not find confusing at all. It is user friendly in my preferance but I think there are too many things there that I never use. Design studio I find many other better tools online. It is a good price, I think about continuing. I have not made my website yet. Thanks

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Sylvester, great to hear that you actually find BuilderAll easy to use, but I’m interested to know if you find the website builder easy to use – do let me know again if you’ve built the first page and what you think of it. Thanks for your comment, I appreciate it.

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Jose Galvez

Hi I’m using it and I don’t think it’s bad. It’s friendly for people who cannot afford it so much.
Like you say it’s a little confusing to find the right website to use, but once you decide it, just get on with it. You make your web site, and that’s it. You can carry on for less than 10dollars per month. I’m happy with BuilderAll.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi José, good to hear that you’re happy with BuilderAll, as I’ve had quite a few negative comments here recently, whereas other reviews by the real users seem pretty positive. Thanks for sharing your experience and thoughts, I appreciate it!

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Hitesh

Hi Ray! Yes I agree, it’s not WordPress then I’m not interested. I have built my website. Then I ran out of money so I had no choice but to take the site down. But I took a back up. I know I can rebuild my website again in the next 4-6 months, so I am ready to use the extact the same site. BuilderAll is nice and cheap but because it’s not WordPress, no option. Thank you.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Hitesh, yes as you say, it’s harder to consider building a website on a platform where WordPress is not ready if you’ve already got a template with you. Thanks for sharing your experience and thoughts, I appreciate it!

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Nick Hellaby

Hi Ray, I’ve never tried BuilderAll but I’ve used Mailing Boss and like you say, I found it absolutely useless. Zero open rate. None. It was like 50 dollars one off payment, no monthly fee. But still I feel I wasted money for nothing. I haven’t used it for over 6 months now, I’m leaving my account open with all my subscribers in it. What a waste.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Nick, that’s almost exactly what I’ve experienced…sadly. I guess they’ve offered a one-off payment for a reason. Though the middle one (“Digital Marketing” plan) includes Mailing Boss, I doubt that users are benefitted from it fully. Thanks for sharing your experience and thoughts, I value your input!

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Terry

I don’t like Builder All, because it’s not WordPress. Or Wix or anything that’s known universally. You cannot trust self-built CMS because you never know what’s happening inside it. You never know when the last security update was, and nobody else can give you advice other than the technical support inside Builder All. I have used a similar kind of platform in the past. I cannot remember the name unfortunately because I left soon after that. I also tried Solo Build It, I didn’t like it either.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Terry, thanks for sharing your opinion, I agree with you 100%. I’ve experienced all sorts of troubles with WordPress (not major, just a few hiccups here & there) and received support sometimes from WordPress.org page, sometimes from the web hosting company, it depends on the type of problem. You don’t want to rely on an in-house web builder entirely, and you want to be able to take a backup for yourself too. Thanks for your comment. I appreciate it.

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Rose Murr

Hi, I’m a BuilderAll user for the past 12 months, I’m so happy with it. You are right, you may be confused in the beginning but you get used to it quite quickly. You should try for at least the first 30 days and see how you feel.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Rose, it’s good to hear that you’re happy with BA. As long as it’s generating money and you’re making good use of your monthly fee, that’s brilliant. Thanks for your comment!

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SS

I think you are crazy you are giving 6 out of 10 to Solo Build it and you give 4 stars out of 5 to BuilderAll. You hardly learn anything from this one. SBI there are lots of useful information and kind people you can find there.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi, thanks for sharing your opinion. I believe my ratings as they are. If I compare these two platforms; SBI is much more expensive but the site builder design is outdated and I don’t think it’s value for money. BuilderAll is at least suitable for those who are on a budget.

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Niko Chatain

I have used it and found it easy and straight forward. I don’t think it’s crazy. You will get used to it very quickly. If you want to use a website for blogging purpose maybe it’s not the best. Maybe WordPress is the best option. But if you want to simply build a sales funnel, this is the one for you. It has so many options and it is legit. Niko

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Niko, thanks for your comment. It’s good to hear that some users like you find BuilderAll useful and actually easy to navigate. The fact that you cannot use WordPress is the most disappointing point for me personally, but I guess if you have no intention to blog, BuilderAll can provide an excellent platform then!

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jamie

You’re right all the terminologies are different from others, BuilderAll only makes users hard to get used to. I don’t like video tutorials either. Too many option. Trying to do too many things in one place, making it actually harder to utilize.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Jamie, thanks for sharing your thoughts. BuilderAll still seems like one of the best options for those who are on a budget though.

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Ben

Hey Ray, it’s not worth it. It’s not WordPress. The design tools are outdated. It slows your PC down if you keep using it. I’ve been there, didn’t like it. Plus like you say video tutorials are v annoying also. If they are real people with a face I can take it but the voice actors or whoever speaking are so robotic I just coudn’t focus. Not great. Always use WordPress.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Ben, thanks for sharing your experience with BuilderAll. I didn’t find my Mac slow down as I was using the design tool, but perhaps it uses up a lot of CPU? Good to know. Yes as you say, the video tutorials can sound a little fake-ish, though I’m sure they’re useful to some users. I agree with you about using WordPress. Thanks for your comment!

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Striper

Handy price, at least But I don’t like the design. I don’t know about email marketing but no use if it doesn’t deliver.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi, thanks for your comment. Yes the price is quite good, the $9.90 option doesn’t include email marketing software though!

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Dariusz

Hi I took 30 days free trial but I did not like it. Like you say, it was so confusing and I could not build a single website. Like you say, there are too many videos and I work in a busy environment at the back of a restaurant. Even my free time I was unable to listen to the video. It means I could not get an instruction I wanted. I decided not to take this system mainly because I did not understand. Thank you. Dariusz

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Dariusz, thanks for sharing your experience. It’s too bad that the tutorials are only available in video format for someone in the circumstances like yours, so hard to learn. But BuilderAll is not the only website building tool, there are others that I can recommend. If you need any guidance don’t hesitate to get back to me. Thanks for your comment!

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Nilson Gegan

Hi, it’s good to know your honest opinion. Ray. I was interested in Biulderall after I read some other reviews but it seems like a job to build a website using it. And also it seems difficult to transfer it, or impossible, then considering a long term strategy, Builderall is probably not the right one for me. Thanks for your advice. Best.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Nilson, thanks for sharing your thoughts. One thing that’s good about BuilderAll is the price, that’s including web hosting fee, so it’s still an option for those who are on a budget. I would still recommend anyone to rather learn WordPress though.

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Gerrard

Yeah, crazy, or absolutely mad or what!? first of all it’s not wordpress, second of all like you say, templates are everywhere and the first 3 modules were all confusing. third of all like you say, I hate having to watch video to learn every single module. Some videos are like 20 minutes long. Even with a few seconds of jingle in the beginning is annoying like hell. They use different terms and jargons. Not great. The only good thing is the price. If you don’t want to pay like $100 every month on click funnels and other web builders this is an economical option. But it will waste your time. I tried, didn’t continue. Don’t like it.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Gerrard, thanks for your comment! Yes as you say, at least the monthly fee is not as bad as ClickFunnels. I guess if you once decide your template and keep it going, it’ll be easy to add blog posts, hence it’s ideal for affiliate marketing with less running costs. No I really don’t like the videos, I’m glad you have the same opinion as me!

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Goel Rob

Hi, I have used Mailing Boss paid about $50 once-off. I used it a few times and like you say, open rate was appalling. Actually I had built more than 1000 subs. Only 1 or 2 opened. It’s an absolute garbage. Then why should I trust Builderall? Less than $10 per month sounds like reasonable but I don’t want to waste any more money, right.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi, thanks for sharing your experience. Yes unfortunately, I’m on the same side as you. MailingBoss doesn’t quite work. In fact I’ve just signed up with my fellow marketer friend’s subscription list, he’s using MailingBoss, and his first email has gone straight to my spam folder. But the main thing about this company (BuilderAll) is to have as many features in one dashboard, so it attracts many kinds of online hopefuls… In that respect, looks like it’s working!

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AJ

I don’t trust any websites that are not word press because it will be difficult to transfer to another web hosting. But at least you can take advantage of 1 month free offer and see how far you can go. I would cancel before the free trial expires and prepare to create a real site elsewhere. It’s only good for testing purpose but it’s just my suggestion.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi AJ, yes I like the fact that anyone can join without submitting their credit card information and give it a try for the first 1 month. You don’t have to cancel it though. After a month, you’ll still be able to use some of the features such as design studio. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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David Qi

Hi Ray, great information! There is so much I can learn from Builder All. I have never tried it but I would love to after I read your review. It sounds like a great platform to start an online business!
Keep up with a good job!

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi David, thanks for your comment. Let me know what you think if you sign up and give it a try. Any questions don’t hesitate to get back to me any time 🙂

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Sheetal Gaya

Great review. It is good to know that you don’t have to spend too much money to be able to make a website. It’s important for people to know you need a website.

I have never used this program but I am interested. Thanks.

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Sheetal, thanks for your comment. Yes that’s right, you don’t have to spend much. Whenever you’re ready, give it a try. Any questions don’t hesitate to ask me any time. Thanks!

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hizmit

Hi I’m a Builderall user. I thoroughly recommend this product because it opened a gate to online business for me. Before I almost gave up after I knew so much I had to pay like membership and web hosting but after I knew Builderall includes everything there was no stop. I like it because everything was taught in video and it was easy for me to digest. But you said it’s not good for you, I completely understand. But everybody will get used to it. After 2-4 weeks you will know everything how to edit your website and how to edit video. Everybody should use this awesome tool!

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Hizmit, it’s great to hear that you’re making a good success using BuilderAll tools. It’s also good to know that you prefer video tutorials. Perhaps that was my personal opinion (that I really don’t like not receiving a guide by text). Yes as you say, web hosting included is a huge plus. Thanks for your comment, I appreciate it.

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