Hey, are you looking for a cheap alternative to clickfunnels? Tired of the $97 – $297 / month price tag?
How does all the same features – for $29 / month sound? Awesome? Thought so 🙂
I highly recommend you check this software out. It has all the features that clickfunnels does, and actually a lot of features that clickfunnels Doesn’t have.
It has all the necessary things you’d expect from a drag and drop website & sales funnel builder…
Full Video Review:
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Here are just SOME of the things you get for $29/month…
- 1,000+ landing page templates
- easy drag-n-drop website builder
- easy drag-n-drop funnel builder
- An entire suite of marketing tools
- ready made sales funnel templates
- optimized opt in page designs
- local business templates (restaurants, dentists, etc) for getting local clients
- A full fledged E-mail marketing software (autoresponders, broadcasts, automation, etc)
- Explainer video software
- Presentation creator
- App Builder (for iphone and android)
- Lead tracking software
- Product mockup design software (for creating e-books, app cover designs, etc)
- And dozens of other features
So What’s Missing?
Well clearly, builderall doesn’t have the massive budget that clickfunnels does. There’s definitely less “polish” than clickfunnels. But it still cranks out beautiful and highly optimized landing pages in a few seconds so…I don’t mind the trade off for the massive discount.
Plus the making money with builderall business thing is such an awesome opportunity.
One thing that I noticed is lacking is true subdomain support…
What do I mean?
Well, clickfunnels kind of forces you to create subdomains unless you want to commit your entire domain over.
Like you create go.mywebpage.com and you point that to clickfunnels.
With builderall, you have to commit your entire domain over to being hosted on clickfunnels, and THEN create go.mywebsite.com from within builderall.
I personally am not as excited about that, because I still like to use wordpress for my blogging.
I think clickfunnels (and probably builderall too) are not the best for blogging. They could both build you a mighty fine blog, but wordpress is THE blogging platform.
But that’s the kind of thing you can worry about down the road, or maybe you aren’t that worried about a blog anyways, because you mostly run paid traffic, affiliate traffic, or you’re a local business that only needs a few pages anyways.
So it’s not really something that will effect everyone.
What’s Your Experience Been? Have You Used Builderall? Clickfunnels? Have Questions? Ask In The Comments Below!