Builderall Vs WordPress

I want to go through this Builderall vs WordPress post as quickly as possible.

Give you exactly what you need to know…

And then you can make an informed decision based upon what you need.

Sounds good?

Then be sure to continue reading as we dive deeper into this topic.

Builderall Vs WordPress

builderall vs wordpress


Let’s discuss what each tool does (so that you’re familiar with each).

Starting with Builderall.

What’s Builderall All About?

Builderall is an online tool that gives you all the tools you need to grow your business online.

They weren’t kidding when they said “all the tools” either…

As they come with a ton.

Here are just a few of the features that this tool comes with:

  • CRM.
  • Split testing.
  • Unlimited leads.
  • eCom site builder.
  • Membership sites.
  • Canvas funnel builder.
  • FB messenger chatbot.
  • Secure checkout pages.
  • Professional templates.
  • Drag and drop site builder.
  • Webinar and streaming platform.
  • Unlimited pages and subdomains.
  • Ability to share websites and funnels.

And a bunch more.

Just keep in mind that the features depend on the pricing plan that you get.

If you’d like to see more of what Builderall does?

You can check out the related post down below:

Related: Builderall features & benefits.

Now let’s move onto WordPress.

What Does WordPress Do?

wordpress vs builderall

So what is WordPress?

It is simply a tool that allows you to create your own website or blog.

While WordPress can be free…

Often times you will need to pay money for other premium add-ons.

So now that we have a great idea of what each of the tools does…

Let’s compare and contrast each other (I said this would be a quick post).

The Battle Of WordPress Vs Builderall

There are quite a few topics when it comes to these tools…

And one of them is always the price.

So let’s cover that first.

How Much Will They Cost You?

So, on the one hand, you have Builderall.

Here is how much you can expect to spend with them:

  • The Essential Plan is $29.90 per month.
  • The Premium Plan is $69.90 per month.

And then you have WordPress which can pretty much be free.

So WordPress should win this part of the battle right?

Not exactly.

You see while WordPress might be free…

You also have to consider paying for other things such as:

  • Domain.
  • Hosting.
  • Themes.
  • Plugins.
  • Sales funnels.
  • Landing pages.
  • Webinar platforms.
  • Email autoresponders.

And so on and forth.


Having WordPress all by itself doesn’t do a whole lot…

As you’re most likely going to need more tools to go along with it.

So when it comes to overall pricing?

I’d have to say that Builderall is better (considering how much more you get).

Here is one more part of the battle to consider.

Websites And Blogging

Here I am going to be talking about the power of what websites can help you achieve…

And in my opinion?

WordPress wins this specific part of the battle (hands down).

While Builderall can create websites…

WordPress is the absolute best when it comes to:

  • Blogging.
  • Creating websites.
  • And getting organic traffic (like from Google).

You just can’t compete there.

In fact.

You might have even found this post because of organic traffic.

The proof is in the pudding.

But now that we have a little bit more information about each side?

Let’s wrap up this post.

And The Winner Is?

There are actually 2 winners (yes I know, everyone gets a trophy).

But hear me out.

If you are interested in websites, blogging, and SEO?

  • Go with WordPress.

But if you are interested in landing pages, sales funnels, email marketing, and more?

In fact.

This is exactly what I do…

As all of my websites are for blogging and SEO and I have Builderall for anything other than that.

The cool thing about Builderall is that they also come with a free trial.

So if you have any interest in them whatsoever?

You might as well give them a shot.

And that’s all!

Thank you for stopping by and expressing interest in this unique topic.

I’ll leave a related post down below in case you’d like to see a similar post: