Ever heard of Builderall?
If you have then you will probably know that Builderall 3.0 has just dropped and you might be wondering what’s changed in the latest version.
If you haven’t heard of it before, the Builderall website best describes it as a digital marketing and online business platform.
Now if you’re looking for a way to secure a genuine online income, you are sure to be intrigued by Builderall and how it might be able to help you.
But does the Builderall 3.0 platform live up to the hype?
And if so, are you certain to start making money online by signing up?
This Builderall review is designed to sort fact from fiction, to de-fluff any over-fluffed opinions that exist online and give you a straight-up and honest review of the Builderall 3.0 program.
Let’s get started.
Coming up we’ll be taking a close look at the following points:
- What exactly is Builderall 3.0 and how does it work?
- What’s included with Builderall 3.0?
- Who is Builderall 3.0 right for?
- Why so much hype about the Builderall 3.0 affiliate program?
- What are others saying about Builderall 3.0?
- Builderall 3.0: My final verdict
What Exactly Is Builderall 3.0?
Product Name: Builderall
Product Type: Online business builder
Product Creator: Erick Salgado
Product Price: Essential Membership $29.90 per month. Premium Membership $69.90 per month
The first time you visit the Builderall website you cannot help but be impressed by what’s on offer.
Crisp, clean design, comprehensive explanations of what’s included, numerous testimonials and many contact options.
You’ll need to set aside a good half an hour to digest everything on the homepage, plus a couple of minutes to watch the rather bizarre soccer video inviting you to “own your game” with Builderall.
Created by Erick Salgado in 2011, Builderall has undergone a couple of major upgrades to get it to the 3.0 standard.
It has gradually gained in popularity over time and is now widely regarded as a direct competitor to the likes of ClickFunnels and Leadpages.
The emphasis on the Builderall website is to convey that everything you need to build a digital online business is included within your membership.
It’s worth pointing out that there are 2 levels of membership at Builderall ($29.90 and $69.90 per month). Throughout this review we will try to establish if either of these represent value for money to you.
What’s Included With Builderall 3.0?
Needless to say, the tools and resources at your disposal as a Builderall member are wide-ranging and plentiful.
The point that comes to my mind here is will you be able to benefit fully from what’s on offer?
I think that’s dependant on how experienced you are.
More on that later.
Once signed up at Builderall, you are introduced to the overhauled dashboard in 3.0.
Once again the interface is crisp and clean with a multitude of options.
You cannot fail to find what you are looking for here, and that in my opinion is one of the key features of the Builderall back office.
The options available to you at Builderall include…
Upon choosing an option, you are then taken to video training for that topic on the Builderall YouTube channel.
All training videos are comprehensive and well put together.
There’s no denying that the Builderall back office covers just about every aspect of the online business industry with a raft of tools and resources.
Just about everything can be created from squeeze pages, sales funnels, email sequences, eCommerce websites, high quality videos and graphics through to fully optimized content.
I totally expect an experienced online marketer will make great use of the Builderall 3.0 program, but my most pressing concern is:
Can an average person with limited online experience get as much out of Builderall?
We will address this in the next section.
Who Is Builderall 3.0 Right For?
So, let’s attempt to answer this very important question.
Builderall is quite clearly a very powerful platform – in the right hands.
But as I have already made clear…I’m not sure it’s right for someone with limited experience.
There’s the obvious point of entry cost to consider here.
The Essential membership level is the cheapest option at $29.90 and includes less tools and resources than the all-inclusive Premium level.
As an experienced online marketer, I can definitely see tremendous value in the Premium option but then I do have over 12 years experience.
For anyone with an average/good understanding of the online business industry, I would suggest trying the Essential option first.
If you’re completely new, I believe the Essential option should be your only choice IF you are ok with paying $29.90 per month from the very start.
I should just add here that Builderall has a full refund policy in place should you be unhappy with the program.
Why So Much Hype About The Builderall 3.0 Affiliate Program?
This question is actually very important in the grand scheme of things.
That’s because the Builderall affiliate program can be summed up in one word…
In fact, at the time of writing this review, it’s one of the most financially rewarding affiliate programs currently available within the online business industry.
Builderall 3.0 introduced a new compensation scheme for affiliates, with a switch from earning in dollars to earning via a points system.
Despite that, the potential for anyone recommending Builderall to their lists or website visitors is huge.
The affiliate program is also 3 tiers deep, meaning you can earn at all 3 levels below you.
There’s also an additional bonus where successful affiliates earn extra payments to put towards the cost of leasing a new car.
So yes…very lucrative indeed. The Builderall affiliate program will definitely appeal to established online marketers with a lot of followers.
What Are Others Saying About Builderall 3.0?
The last point leads nicely into this question.
Ask Google or YouTube for the answer and you will do well to find ANY negative comments.
Because as pointed out above, the affiliate program is so damn rewarding!
This a pet hate of mine…people falsely claiming a product represents value for money just because the affiliate program pays them top dollar.
It often skews the reality of the situation.
Now don’t get me wrong because I’ve already covered that I personally believe that Builderall 3.0 is a very powerful platform to an experienced marketer.
But what I wholeheartedly disagree with is when reviewers recommend it as an entry point program for complete newbies.
As I have already stated, I don’t think Builderall would be regarded as value for money at any level for a newbie.
It’s too big a jump into the online business industry, in my opinion.
Elsewhere on the Internet, reviewers are also pointing out that the affiliate program is similar to pyramid-type schemes as seen in products like Digital Altitude, MOBE and Empower Network.
Programs of this type encourage affiliates to aggressively recruit new members to increase their downlines and ultimately, their earnings.
It’s a really difficult point to address with Builderall because it’s clearly a product of quality, but then it does have a 3-tiered affiliate program.
Personally, I am not a fan of multi-tiered affiliate programs and it’s against my ethics to recommend them as an affiliate.
Builderall 3.0: My Final Verdict
So, let’s get straight to the point.
Builderall has improved all round on previous versions and would be a worthy consideration for experienced marketers who are looking to build upon or diversify their online campaigns.
Build your funnels, fine-tune your split tests and create high converting websites until your heart is content.
If you’re concerned that your skills might not be a match for Builderall’s huge collection of top end tools and resources, it’s probably not right for you – at least not yet.
Get yourself some entry-level online business training so that you understand the fundamentals first. It will be worth it in the long run.
You might even be interested in where I learned how to build an online business from the ground up, particularly as it won’t cost a penny to get started.
Do you have any experience with Builderall 3.0?
If so I’d love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
Marcus – WFHW