So, I’ve been seeing a lot of people who claim to make money from Buiderall and making quite a frenzy on the internet. At first, I thought it was a get-rich type of program, but upon further investigation, it turns out to be ‘the ultimate internet marketing platform’. At least, that’s what everybody thinks.
So, what’s the hype all about? It’s time to find out the good, the bad and what most people aren’t telling you about this platform.
Builderall At a Glance
Builderall is essentially an all-in-one marketing suite founded by Eric Salgado in 2008 and was only introduced to the US market in 2017. That’s not too long ago. They provide mainly web hosting and a variety of marketing tools for online businesses to grow.
The platform is built upon the concept of generating leads where you would build a series of web pages for a particular product or service and using that to funnel potential prospects into buyers. Hence, the tools are designed to drive targeted traffic for the purpose of building a customer list, acquire new members or get more sales.
These sales pipelines are then distributed throughout different places such as a business website, a social media post or a YouTube video to be promoted to a potential audience. In general, lead generation software can benefit a few of these people;
- Small business owners who want to boost their online presence and get more clients to visit their physical outlets.
- Creators who produce and sell their own digital or physical products through a website or a social platform.
- Affiliate marketers who wish to promote marketing software for online businesses and end-users.
- Web developers who help to build and design websites for other businesses.
- Online marketers who promotes in the make-money-online niche.
The Builderall system comes in 3 different pricing plans;
- Web Presence – $9.90/month
- Digital Marketing – $29.90/month
- Builderall Business – $49.90/month
At the point of this writing, it’s also worth noting that there’s a huge on-going competition going on between Builderall and ClickFunnel which is another more established and pricier funnel program. Each has its own merits and you can find a lot of comparisons on the subject matter online.
It would be interesting to see how their features stack against one another in the next few months as each continues to improve on their platform technology.
With an all-in-one solution, some degree of convenience and simplicity can be expected from using a platform like Builderall.
1 – For starters, building a website is easy because it uses the intuitive drag-and-drop interface that most inexperienced people comfortable with. This is common with many website builder companies that I’ve reviewed in the past like Wix and Weebly. Their templates also cater for a variety of niches (both local and online) so newbies have a structural guidance or idea on what type of business information and design to display.
2 – In terms of sales funnel, there are 20 different types to choose from and each comes with a blueprint guidance and templates for the type of pages that are required. If you are not familiar with building a funnel, this tool can be a good practice ground to familiarize with the different strategies involved. It helps to understand the psychology of online purchase behaviors and how you can leverage from that to increase leads.
3 – For every marketing feature, there’s a step-by-step video tutorial to show how things are set up. They are easy to follow so it shouldn’t take you too long to understand how to integrate a certain tool to a page or a website.
4 – There are about 25+ do-it-yourself marketing tools available on the platform that can be used for the price of one. That means, if you sign up for the business package, you’ll get ALL of the above for just $49.90/month. That’s a huge saving if you consider how much the professional industry is charging for every single tool.
- Web hosting – $10-30+ per month
- Online store – from $29/month
- Auto responder – from $10/month
- Online course creator – from $29/month
- Landing page – from $25/month
- Video animation tools – from $23/month
- Webinar tools – from $90/month
- Affiliate program software – from $97/month
- Funnel software – from $97/month
- Heatmap – from $29/month
5 – The Builderall’s affiliate program is called Builderall Business and it allows you to earn recurring commissions from a two tier commercial license using their ready-made funnels and email sequences. That means, you can make money from your direct customers (first tier) as well as your customers’ direct customers (second tier). On the first payment, you actually get 100% in commission and for every month that follows, you’ll make 30%. On the second tier, you’d also get to make 30%. That’s a pretty lucrative program, if you asked me.
6 – If you are not ready to invest in this intriguing platform, you can try 7 days for free without any credit card information. Now, this offer isn’t readily available on the main website, but I found out if you search for ‘Builderall free trial’, the top results on Google will point you to some links that have been set up by the affiliates themselves. When you signed up through this method, you’ll have complete access to the Builderall back office.
With so many offerings on the table, a program like Builderall can be hard to resist, but there are also a few setbacks that you need to be aware of.
1 – Firstly, it doesn’t provide a domain registration service and that means, you’ll have to wade through some technicalities when pointing a new domain to their servers. Given today’s technology, it’s actually less complicated than what it used to be, but still you couldn’t beat the once-click installation process offered by this robust hosting platform.
2 – Anyone who has used drag-and-drop builder before knows that they aren’t as seamless as they appear to be. There’s always a bit of delay and glitches on the editor which can lead to a clunky user experience. Personally, I’ve never been a fan and find that they are more design-centric versus content-centric, which brings me to the next point.
3 – Inside the plethora of training, two big elements are missing and that is keyword research and content creation. Without the knowledge of these two subjects, you’ll not develop a strong understanding towards your targeted audience (what are their pain points, what are they searching for and etc.) and will certainly miss out on free traffic opportunities from the search engines. Even if you are doing paid ads, you still need to have a good keyword research skill no matter what type of funnel you are using. Otherwise, you could end up spending a lot of money with minimal rewards to your ad campaigns.
4 – Any content that is created within Builderall will have difficulty transferring to other type of publishing platform because they use a different technology. Even if it’s possible, you may want to hire a web expert to handle the technical hurdles.
So, what could possibly be controversial about using Buiderall in the first place? Here’s what I think.
1 – It’s still a new platform in the market and we don’t have a lot of data in terms of its technical performance on the web. How well can their websites rank organically in the search engines? Can they maintain fast loading speed for every single page that is created?
There are many reviews recommending/comparing the platform (some, by their affiliates) and ironically, they are doing so through sites created on a WordPress platform. If Builderall is such a powerful tool, why create a separate website for promotion? Why not use it straight out of the box? That’s a food for thought.
2 -Marketing tools are nice to have, but that doesn’t mean you need to use every single one of them. No doubt, Builderall offers a lot of fancy stuff inside their package, but every business owner should also ask this important question – which marketing tool is best applied for your niche? How can unlimited domains benefit you? Does your business actually need a webinar? Are you active enough on Facebook to use the app feature? Is your business profiting enough to split revenues through affiliate programs?
If you are still searching answers to these questions, then you probably haven’t identified a marketing strategy for your business just yet. Hence, entering the platform with such a mindset can be more confusing, rather than helpful.
3 – Back to the frenzy mentioned earlier, it’s very obvious that more people are promoting the product with the intention of selling the platform, instead of showing the practical side of the marketing tools. They probably did so because of how the affiliate funnel system was set up and in my opinion, that can be a problem especially for people who are clueless about internet marketing.
The things that these reviewers are talking about Builderall makes it sounds as if automation is the key to making money online. And that you don’t need anything else besides this tool. And that you can see results within weeks or even days.
Now, you really got to take this with a grain of salt because creating a passive income online my friend, requires a lot of hard work (usually way more than you think). Funnel system is great to use when you know what needs to be done, but if you are just selling something without knowing about your niche, you are bound to be disappointed.
Maybe you could make some money in the beginning, but in the long run, the online audience is going to be bored with that type of approach because it’s somewhat pushy and doesn’t provide any obvious values. So if you really want to promote Builderall, don’t just show people how much you make, show them what can be achieved with EVERY SINGLE marketing tools that’s on that platform and rate the results.
So, Is Buiderrall Worth It?
If you’ve some experience already in building websites and getting online traffic, you can certainly dabble with the platform and see if it meets your expectation. You can compare each of their marketing tools with specific competitors to offer in-depth analysis that can be appreciated by more people.
For those who are new to affiliate marketing and wondering if you can make money from Builderall, my advice is to start from the basic. Find out what type of niche to target, learn more about keyword research and build free traffic from Google first, before jumping into fancy funnel systems. My recommended training platform can teach you all that for less than one dollar per day so do check it out.
I hope this review has benefited your knowledge. Let me know in the comment below what you think about this program in general OR if you have tested it out before.