The smartest WordPress brands, agencies, and freelancers choose Beaver Builder for their critical projects.
I’m one of them! 🙂 Here are three reasons why.
1. Full Embrace of GPL Freedoms
Beaver Builder code is licensed under the GPL, the same liberal license that enabled WordPress to grow and power over a third of the web.
This means you can legally white label Beaver Builder and sell it to your clients. The tool even comes with built-in white labeling features to make it easy for you!
But why stop at just a few clients?
Beaver Builder’s Pro Package includes multi-site support, so hundreds or thousands of your users can enjoy drag and drop design functionality. That’s what website hosts Faithmade and Meesites are doing. GPL, FTW!
2. Rock Solid Code and Stability
The Beaver Builder development cycle is famous for its long alpha and public beta periods. I used to be frustrated with the long wait, wishing to get new features as soon as they were announced.
Then I experimented with a different page builder, and immediately ran into bugs trying to get my site to appear correctly on mobile devices. It dawned on me that 95% of the features my clients want are part of the standard Beaver Builder package. Think about it – most client requirements can be achieved using just the header, text, photo, and form modules.
I realized the critical feature for me as a service provider isn’t a whizz-bang design module, but the stability and reliability of the page builder.
I want every wrinkle ironed out before I use the latest version of Beaver Builder on a production site. Because every minute I lose struggling with a bug is another dollar I lose delivering a late project. Click To Tweet
Now I embrace the long Beaver betas. I want every wrinkle ironed out before I use the latest version of Beaver Builder on a production site. Because every minute I lose struggling with a bug is another dollar I lose delivering a late project.
I want every wrinkle ironed out before I use the latest version of Beaver Builder on a production site. Because every minute I lose struggling with a bug is another dollar I lose delivering a late project.
3. Large, Thriving, (and Helpful) Freelance Community.
When I became a freelancer this year, the Beaver Builder Facebook community gave me golden advice and lots of support. As I write this, the Facebook group has almost 14,000 members.
I’ve paid to be in online communities with less people and less experience than what I find with Beaver Builder. This week there were questions about:
- How much should you charge a client when you step into a half-finished project?
- Which is the best LMS – LearnDash or LifterLMS?
- What’s the best directory plugin that works with Beaver Builder?
As you can see, discussions go beyond Beaver Builder to include WordPress and client services in general. It took me a long time to discover the group, and I quickly became an active member there.
If you provide services to clients the choice of a page builder is easy.
Beaver Builder gives you the freedom, stability, and support you need to make your agency grow.
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