Builderall Vs GetResponse: Comparing These Software Tools

Builderall vs GetResponse used to be a pretty easy comparison.

Things have changed over time (and for the better too).

So who should you use when it comes to the battle of Builderall and GetResponse?

I have both, so I can certainly help you out with this question.

Be sure to keep reading on to get all of your questions answered.

GetResponse Vs Builderall: The Biggest Differences

So I created a full in-depth comparison post for you which you can see down below.

Aside from that, I also wanted to create a video about this comparison as well.

It’s a much quicker comparison when it comes to GetResponse vs Builderall.

Simply click on the play button down below if you’d like to hear what I have to say:

I also highly recommend that you keep reading on as well.

As there are many more details in the rest of the post that I’ve created for you.

Let’s kick-start this comparison by taking a look at what Builder has to offer.

What Is Builderall? A Look At The Features And Investment

Builderall is an all-in-one platform for creating, marketing, and selling online.

In case you’re on mobile and it’s difficult to see the image above, Builderall has:

All the tools that you’ll ever need to quickly and easily grow your online business.

Builderall has been out since 2017 and has thousands of customers from all around the world.

With Builderall, you can create

  • Websites.
  • Landing pages.
  • Sales funnels and much more.

I’m getting ahead of myself though.

Builderall also comes along with a $1 trial where you can test out this software.

I’ll put a helpful post down below that shows you just how easy it is to signup.

Helpful Tutorial: How to get your $1 Builderall trial.

Let’s take a look at some of the most powerful features that Builderall has to currently offer.

Cheetah Drag-And-Drop Builder For Landing Pages And Sales Funnels

builderall cheetah builder

Even though Builderall has tons of features, this is going to be their biggest one.

After all, the new improved Cheetah drag-and-drop builder can be used to create:

  • Websites.
  • Landing pages.
  • Complete sales funnels.

What’s beneficial about this builder is that they come along with a wide variety of templates.

There’s a difference if you’re going to compare Builderall to other platforms, like ClickFunnels:

  • Most templates focus on a few niches in terms of templates (and they have 100s of them).
  • Builderall, on the other hand, has templates for a wide variety of niches.

This is helpful if you do more than just internet and digital marketing.

Don’t worry though.

Builderall has plenty of internet marketing and business templates to help you create:

  • Squeeze/lead magnet pages (also known as lead generation pages).
  • Sales letter pages for selling your products, offers, or services.
  • Multiple and different types of webinar pages.
  • Download and thank you pages.
  • Membership pages.
  • Even ask pages.

Here is the main point that I’m making when it comes to Builderall and this builder.

There are more than enough templates to help you, regardless of your niche.

That’s always something that I am looking at in terms of sales funnel builders.

Down below is an example of a Builderall Booking template that I like:

builderall template

It’s called a booking template, but this could also be used for software as well.

Some more good news though when it comes to Builderall.

The Cheeta Builder is a replacement for the old builder that they had.

This is good news for a few reasons:

  • You can create your websites, landing pages, and sales funnels (of course).
  • They are also created with responsive technology (which means they are much faster)!

That’s where the name Cheetah came from, as websites and pages now load at lightning speed.

Let’s take a look at what the inside of their builder looks like down below:

builderall editor

I’ll admit, that I had a couple of critiques with Builderall in the past when creating pages.

However, they have done a great job of creating a much smoother and efficient editor/builder.

As you can see in the image above, most of the options are going to be on the ride side:

  • You can add a wide variety of panels (which are big and complete sections).
  • You can also add a wide variety of elements which you can see above.

For mostly everything else, you can double-click on the section that you’d like to edit.

You can create as many landing pages, websites, and funnels as you like.

However, similar to Kartra, each Builderall plan comes with a specific amount of GB to use.

I’ll talk more about the Buiderall pricing plans when we get that section.

All in all though?

The Builderall Cheetah builder is a nice upgrade and addition to what this software offers.

Let’s take a look at another great feature that comes along with this software platform.

Builderall Script Generator

This is one of the most unique features that happens to come along with this software.

You might as well consider it an alternative to Funnel Scripts (and you certainly won’t pay $797).

This feature is called Script Engage and it allows you to:

  • Create your perfect avatar.
  • Have numerous amount of scripts generated based upon your perfect avatar.

In other words, Script Engage can be like your knight in shining armor when it comes to selling.

This specific feature is perfect for anyone who couldn’t sell their way out of a paper bag.

This is yet another feature that you can try along with your free trial below:

Here’s one more feature that’s important when comparing Builderall and GetResponse.

MailingBoss For Email Marketing

So here I wanted to let you know that Builderall does come with an email marketing platform.

However, this isn’t a whole lot of flexibility when it comes to what you can do with this feature.

Note: There’s not a lot of flexibility when you compare them to what GetResponse has to offer.

While you can utilize some automation elements within a workflow, it’s not my favorite feature.

Here are a few things that you can do within MailingBoss:

  • Create a new workflow (with marketing automation).
  • Create a new email marketing campaign.
  • Add email scarcity timers.

I’ll talk much more about email marketing when we get to the GetResponse side of things.

Builderall comes along with a ton more features than what I’ve mentioned so far.

Let’s take a quick look at them now.

More Features From Builderall

Builderall is a sales funnel software that might have the most amount of features I’ve seen.

Here’s only a fraction of what Builderall offers:

  • Blogging app.
  • Smart popups.
  • Super checkout.
  • Website and funnel sharing.
  • Bump sells, upsells, and downsells.
  • Unlimited amount of impressions and visitors.
  • Unlimited subdomains and membership areas.
  • CRM (this depends on the pricing plan that you pick).

And a ton more, seriously.

You can take a look at what else they have to offer in my review of this Builderall software.

So given the fact that Builderall has so many features, is it going to cost you an arm and a leg?

Nope, far from it.

Builderall is more affordable, even when compared to the DropFunnels pricing plans

Let’s take a look at how much Builderall costs right now.

How Much Is This Software?

Builderall comes along with a total of three plans to pick from (as you can see above).

Here is a quick list of what they are in case the picture is harder to see:

  • The Builder plan is $29.90 per month.
  • The Premium plan is $69.90 per month (best value).
  • The Funnel Club is $99.90 per month ($199.90 first payment).

Each pricing plan will also have quite a few distinct perks to go along with them as well.

Rather than listing them all out, I’ll leave a highly related post below with more information.

Highly Related: Learn more about the Builderall pricing plans here.

So Builderall has plenty of features, plans, and overall value based upon its price.

But what are the pros and cons of this sales funnel builder?

Let’s look into that now.

Builderall Likes And Dislikes

I previously mentioned that I used to have many critiques about this software.

While it has certainly changed for the better, there are still a few things I overall dislike.

Buiderall Dislikes

  • Slightly clunky.
  • Everything but the kitchen sink.
  • Not the greatest email marketing platform.
  • Customer support could be a little bit more helpful (that’s from my experience).

First and foremost, I say slightly clunky because they’ve made a lot of great improvements.

Before the Cheetah builder, it wasn’t as smooth when it comes to creating pages and funnels.

I’ve talked about how I’m not the biggest fan of their email marketing platform.

That’s why most email marketing platforms will have the upper hand with that feature.

Related: Comparing Builderall vs ConvertKit.

Lastly, they seem to have everything but the kitchen sink, but is that necessary?

There’s a good chance that you’ll never use all of the features that Builderall offers.

Having a ton of features can either be:

  1. Good because it gives you more variety.
  2. Bad because it takes away from the quality of the other main features.

I think that it overall hurts the platform, as it takes away more focus on what they do well.

That’s just my personal opinion though.

There is a lot to like when it comes to this all-in-one sales funnel builder.

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Builderall Likes

  • Builderall has improved a lot over the years.
  • There is a 100% free trial (no credit card needed).
  • There are multiple pricing options for you to choose from.
  • One of the only all-in-one builders that can create scrips for you.
  • The Cheetah builder is a massive upgrade in terms of functionality.
  • The lowest price around when it comes to creating landing pages and funnels.

First and foremost, Builderall has made many helpful upgrades and advances to its software.

This is great news because they used to a helluva lot clunkier than they are now.

You can thank the Cheetah builder for that.

When it comes to getting started, they have multiple price points that you can choose from.

This makes Builderall a great option for those who don’t have as much money to invest.

And of course, they come with a completely free trial so that you can test them yourself:

So that’s just a little bit of what Builderall has to offer in terms of features and prices.

Let’s flip the script and look at the other side of Builderall vs GetResponse.

What Is GetResponse? A Look At The Features And Investment

I previously mentioned that comparing GetResponse vs Builderall used to be much easier.

After all, GetResponse used to be 100% focused on anything related to email marketing.

Things have changed for the better.

As it’s stated on the home page of GetResponse:

  • Powerful, simplified tools to send emails, create pages and automate your marketing.

Yup, so GetResponse is no longer all about just email marketing.

With GetResponse, you can utilize:

  • Email marketing.
  • Landing pages.
  • Conversion funnels.
  • Marketing automation.

Based on the bullet points above, this is devilishly similar to what Builderall has to offer.

Also similar to Builderall, GetResponse comes with a free trial except it’s for 30 full days:

Helpful Note: You also don’t need a credit card when utilizing your free trial.

Let’s take a look at some of the most powerful GetResponse features now.

Get More Opens, Clicks, And Sales With GetResponse Email Marketing

GetResponse offers a suite of email marketing tools to help you up your game (so to speak).

Compared to Builderall, GetResponse offers a ton more in terms of email marketing:

  • Newsletters.
  • Autoresponders.
  • Automated emails.
  • Segment-specific sends.

And don’t forget about another great feature called perfectly-timed emails.

Perfectly-timed emails allow you to land in the right inbox at the right time.

In other words, when more of your subscribers open your emails:

  • You can get more clicks.
  • You can also get more sales (which is the important part).

I also want to address the autoresponder feature as well, as it’s fantastic.

Autoresponders allow you to send automated follow-emails to your subscribers.

Here are the steps when it comes to this process:

  1. Write your email and schedule when it should go out.
  2. Repeat the process.

Apparently, I took the second step to heart and really created a ton of emails:

As you can see above, my autoresponder currently lasts 152 days.

Autoresponders are amazing for a key few reasons:

  • They are automated (duh).
  • They can save you a ton of time.
  • Most importantly, it puts your focus on getting leads.

Once you get leads, the autoresponder then does all of the heavy-lifting after.

You just have to make sure that you are properly adding to your autoresponder series.

This is something that you can do over time.

Let’s take a look at what else GetResponse has to offer.

GetResponse Landing Pages And Conversion Funnels

It’s pretty funny to even talk about landing pages and conversion funnels with GetResponse.

Times keep changing, that’s for sure, and GetResponse has also changed with those times.

Reminder: They’ve changed for the better!

This means that I’m going to have to eventually add them to my list of sales funnel builders.

Related: List of helpful sales funnel builders.

If you direct your attention to the image above, you can see some of the landing page templates.

However, I would say that Builderall has a few more templates when it comes to different niches.

Some of the GetResponse templates can be used for:

  • Sales letters.
  • Lead generation.
  • Thank you pages.
  • Webinar registration pages.

And so and so forth (you can even create holiday-themed landing pages)!

Let’s take a look at what the editor looks like when it comes to creating landing pages:

You can feast your eyes on the GetResponse drag-and-drop editor above.

This was surprising to me at first, but it’s simpler to use than I thought it would be.

On the right side of the editor, you have all of the icons that you can drag and use.

Once you get them on your landing page, you can click the section to edit it even more.

This is a standard procedure when it comes to a landing page editor.

Don’t forget about conversion funnels as well which you can see down below:

As it’s shown in the picture above, you can create a funnel that’s related to:

  • Building a list.
  • Selling a product.
  • Promoting a webinar.

Once you pick the type of funnel that you’d like to use, it walks you through the funnel steps.

This is the part that I like the most, which you can see down below as well:

Simply follow through with the steps by clicking the buttons on the right side.

It’s as easy as 1-2-3.

But is GetResponse a better option when it comes to creating landing pages and sales funnels?

You’ll have to read to the end when we get to the grand finale.

For now, let’s take a quick look at the other features that GetResponse offers.

More GetResponse Features

Here’s what else you can accomplish with this bigger and bolder software:

  • Webinars.
  • Signup forms.
  • List management.
  • Transactional emails.
  • More marketing automation.

And here is another big feature that I wanted to leave all by itself:

You can create, buy, and manage Facebook and Instagram ads from inside GetResponse.

That’s certainly the first time that I’ve personally seen software be able to do that.

There are still a whole lot more tools that GetResponse has to offer as well.

I’ll put a link down below where you can see more of their great features on the home page:

Given the fact that GetResponse is now bigger and better, will they cost a whole lot more?

It depends.

Let’s take a look at the pricing options for GetResponse now.

How Much Is GetResponse Going To Be?

GetResponse isn’t as straightforward compared to the Builderall pricing.

First and foremost, you have three different pricing plans which include:

  • Basic which is $15 per month.
  • Plus which comes out to $49 per month.
  • Professional which comes out to $99 per month.

Important Note: These are just the prices when it comes to having 1,000 subscribers.

The prices end up increasing when you need more subscribers (which is expected).

Here are the main perks of the Basic plan:

  • Autoresponders.
  • Email marketing.
  • Unlimited lead funnels.
  • Unlimited landing pages.
  • You only get 1 sales funnel though.

You start moving into webinars and more funnels with the Plus and Professional plans.

Once again, you can check out what they have to offer on the official GetResponse page.

Let’s now take a look at the pros and cons of this software platform.

GetResponse Likes And Dislikes

GetResponse has a few pros and cons as well.

Here they are.

GetResponse Dislikes

  • Their landing pages and sales funnels are alright.

Yup, that’s my biggest dislike when it comes to this marketing automation tool.

After all, this company has been focused on strictly email marketing for decades now.

So I expected that these other new features wouldn’t be as powerful (just yet, at least).

GetResponse Likes

  • Simple and easy to use.
  • Fantastic customer support.
  • They are affiliate marketing friendly.
  • Their autoresponder feature is beautiful.
  • Great pricing (for just using the email marketing features).

First, I want to tip my hat when it comes to GetResponse and its excellent customer support.

I once had a question, and they took the time to create a video and answer the question for me.

That’s the type of customer service that I like.

Next, it’s helpful to know that GetResponse is an autoresponder that is affiliate marketing friendly.

This is helpful, obviously, if you plan on promoting affiliate offers with your email marketing offers.

Lastly, I just flat-out dig their autoresponder feature:

  • It’s easy to use.
  • It’s also easy to set up.

As talked about previously, I have emails that get sent out for over 150+ days automatically.

Now that’s a TON of information when it comes to Builderall vs GetResponse.

So who should you pick when it comes to the battle of these two software tools?

Allow me to help you with that right now as we move to the grand finale.

Builderall Vs GetResponse Summary Conclusion

builderall vs getresponse

Quick Builderall vs GetResponse summary. Builderall focuses mostly only landing pages and sales funnels, alongside email marketing. GetResponse mostly focuses on email marketing and automation, alongside landing pages and sales funnels.

So we’ve come to the end of the road when it comes to these two powerful tools.

I don’t believe that one tool is overall better than the other in general.

However, I do believe that you should use each tool based on specific circumstances.

Here’s the moment that you’ve been waiting for.

Use Builderall If

  • You mostly want to create landing pages and sales funnels.
  • You want a sales funnel solution that isn’t going to break the bank.
  • You want to be able to have a long list of features that you can use if you need them.

The first bullet point is the most important one.

All in all, Builderall is better in terms of creating landing pages and sales funnels.

Plus, they have a helluva lot more features that are related to creating those properties.

It’s also helpful that Builderall comes along with one of the lowest price tags around.

And in case I haven’t said it enough times?

Builderall comes along with the ability to try them for only $1.

I highly recommend that you try them below to see how this builder works for you:

I also have some bonuses for you if you decided to get a paid Builderall plan.

You can see the Builder bonus package that I’m offering in the article below.

More Info: Click to learn about the Builderall bonuses.

So those are the main reasons why you might want to use Builderall.

Here are the reasons why you should use GetResponse.

Use GetResponse If

  • You want to send email broadcasts.
  • You want to be able to utilize email autoresponders.
  • You want to do anything that is related to email marketing in any way, shape, or form.

So there you have it.

I’m sure it was easy to see that GetResponse is the preferred tool for email marketing.

After all, they’ve been doing it forever and they happen to be really good at it as well.

You can try them out for free, for a full thirty days, and you also don’t need a credit card:

And that just about does it.

I truly hope that this article helped you out when it comes to deciding the best tool for you.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask them down below in the comments section.

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Thank you for reading, and have the best day ever.

James Canzanella

A former personal trainer who went from unemployment to online business success. He's been marketing since 2012 and (still) enjoys lifting weights, listening to rock music, and relentlessly quoting movie lines.

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