Builderall Vs Shopify: Comparisons, Differences, And Integration Details
Do you need some help when it comes to choosing between Builderall vs Shopify?
Then you are certainly in the right spot.
Let’s get started right away.
Table Of Contents
- Shopify Vs Builderall: Quick Video Introduction
- Builderall Software: Features, Tools, And Cost
- Shopify Software: Features, Tools, And Cost
- Builderall Vs Shopify Summary Conclusion
Shopify Vs Builderall: Quick Video Introduction
This article itself will give you a good amount of information regarding this comparison.
However, I wanted to help you even more by creating a Builderall vs Shopify video.
You can consider it the much quicker and condensed version of this comparison topic.
Simply click play below to hear me talk about these online business building platforms:
Spoiler Alert: In a vacuum, I overall recommend Builderall as the better platform.
I’ll leave a link down below where you can get started using them today:
Now in case you want more details aside from the video above?
Be sure to keep reading on to see more of what each platform has to offer.
Starting with Builderall.
Builderall Software: Features, Tools, And Cost
Builderall is a software that has a lot of tools and features up its sleeve.
As it’s stated on the main website of Builderall (which is also shown above).
Builderall allows you to:
- Build, market, sell, amaze.
- As well as run a successful online business.
While this online business-building tool is mostly focused on helping you create:
- Landing pages.
- As well as sales funnels.
Builderall also has many accommodating features to help you out even more.
I’ll be talking about more of these features very shortly (so keep reading on).
Before we begin, I do want to let you know that they come along with a trial.
I even walked you through the process of getting started in the tutorial below.
Helpful Tutorial: The simple Builderall trial steps.
Please keep in mind that sometimes their trial is no longer completely free.
Rather instead, it is $1 which is obviously not a big deal.
Let’s take a look at what Builderall has to offer now.
Builderall Landing Pages, Memberships, And Sales Funnels
These are the specific features that are going to be the core of what this tool offers.
What I added in the box above is what really makes Builderall a better option over Shopify.
There’s one thing I also want to address about Builderall overall.
Not only can you use their drag and drop builder to create multiple assets?
But Builderall has also significantly improved over the years.
I know this because I’ve personally had this software myself for many years myself.
That’s always a good thing.
Builderall also comes with a wide variety of templates for your pages and sales funnels.
This goes hand in hand in terms of making the sales funnel-building process easier.
Related: Read about sales funnel builders here.
Back to the topic on hand, you can see some examples of templates in the picture below:
As you can see above, there are even templates for plenty of different niches.
Don’t worry, there’s also plenty of templates for the internet marketing niche too.
Shopify has some nice themes/templates to choose from as well.
More on them soon though.
Aside from building sales funnels and landing pages, this tool also allows you to:
- Convert higher with split testing.
- Sell products with checkout pages.
- Utilize membership sites for courses.
- Builderall also comes along with its own email marketing platform.
I’ll add a couple of related posts down below about email marketing that you can read later.
- Builderall Vs GR: Read about these tools here.
- Builderall Vs CK: Read more about these tools here.
- Builderall Vs AC: Read more about these email tools here.
- Builderall Vs AW: Read more about these software tools here.
That’s still not even scratching the surface when it comes to the features that they have.
I’ll leave a link for the official Builderall homepage if you’d like to see more of its tools:
There’s one more feature that I want to bring up when comparing Builderall vs Shopify.
Keep reading to find out more about their eCommerce builder.
Builderall eCommerce Builder
Not too many people even realize that Builderall comes with an eCommerce builder.
Nevertheless, it’s going to have the biggest comparison in terms of what Shopify offers.
However, I’m going to skip the small talk and get down to the point.
Shopify is going to be the better choice just for creating stores.
After all, Shopify focuses 100% on creating stores to help you sell eCommerce products.
And they are really good at it too.
So with that being said, I’m not going to spend much time on this feature at all.
Simply for the fact that Shopify is going to shine when it comes to this specific feature.
Builderall also comes with a helluva lot more features than I’ve mentioned in this post.
I’ll add a related link down below where you can learn all about Builderall and its tools.
Highly Related: The epic Builderall review.
With Builderall having so many tools and features, how much are they going to cost?
Let’s take a look at that right now in the next section.
How Much Is Builderall?
Builderall is overall going to feature the lower of the pricing plans compared to Shopify.
Helpful Note: This can always change because Builderall always tests use prices.
Aside from having a Builderall free plan, Builderall offers four paid plans which include:
- Builderall Builder is $29.90 per month.
- Builderall Premium is $69.90 per month.
- Builderall Funnel Club is $99.90 per month ($199.90 first payment).
The Premium plan is the option that gives you the most amount of value overall.
Simply for the fact that you get all of the tools and features that Builderall has to offer.
Plus it’s only $69.90 per month.
As I’ve mentioned previously, Builderall comes with a ton of different features.
You can see the tools that you get with each plan in the related article down below.
Related Article: More details about the Builderall pricing plans.
So that’s the first part of the Builderall vs Shopify comparison.
Let’s change things up now and talk about Shopify and what this software offers.
Shopify Software: Features, Tools, And Cost
If you look above at the screenshot I added, Shopify is great for helping you:
Start a business, with everything you need all in one place.
Based upon that tagline alone, you would think that both of these tools are identical.
As I’ve stated when comparing Shopify to Kartra, I’d add an extra word to that tagline:
Start an eCommerce business, with everything you need all in one place.
Now the Shopify vs Builderall comparison becomes a whole lot simpler:
- Shopify is best for eCommerce businesses.
- Builderall is best for non-eCommerce businesses.
I don’t want to spoil the grand finale though 😛
Shopify is yet another software that offers a completely free trial (which is nice).
The link is down below if you’re already curious enough to give it a click of your mouse:
Helpful Note: There’s no credit card necessary when starting your free Shopify trial.
Now I actually compared Shopify to Builderall a good amount in the previous sections.
So talking about Shopify is going to be a much quicker process overall.
With that being said, enter Shopify.
Shopify Online Stores
Shopify also comes with a good amount of professional themes for your stores.
You have the option of choosing from:
- Free themes.
- Premium themes.
However, there could certainly be more free themes readily available by Shopify.
I’m getting ahead of myself though.
So Shopify is all about helping you create your online store to sell your products.
Most people fail to realize exactly what Shopify stores are capable of doing though.
Back to what I was talking about, Shopify comes with themes to help you get started.
This is beneficial because you won’t have to be staring at a blank store page.
I added an example of one of my favorite Shopify themes for sports-related pages:
Overall, Shopify is going to come with a choice of 70 themes to pick from.
And who knows, they could certainly have more by the time you’re reading this.
When creating your online store, you can also use your own domain for branding purposes.
A few other perks of using Shopify for storefronts also include:
- HTML and CSS (not my favorite).
- Mobile-optimized (that’s a standard nowadays).
- Web-based builder as well as a full blogging platform.
Now I can certainly understand that Shopify is all about websites and selling products.
Nevertheless, I’m in the camp of using WordPress separately for your websites.
And that’s if you want to do blogging for the long term.
I’ve mentioned this topic every single time I talk about WordPress and other platforms.
You don’t need to click the links, as they are there to showcase how much I talk about this.
Plus, Shopify comes with the ability to add your products to WordPress with a plugin.
So there is a way to use your own WordPress website and still sell using Shopify.
All in all, that’s a little bit of information when it comes to Shopify stores.
Here is another important feature when it comes to Shopify vs Builderall.
Shopify Checkout Pages
As expected, Shopify is going to come with checkout pages to help you make more sales.
Similar to their online stores, their checkout pages also have quite a few perks like:
- Free SSL certificate.
- Discounts and promotions.
- Abandoned checkout recovery.
- Accepting credit cards (there are over 100 payment gateways).
Shopify also claims that its checkout experience is 60% faster than others.
That’s beneficial for a couple of obvious reasons:
- You won’t lose out on any customers due to long loading times.
- It allows you to ultimately make more sales.
Aside from that, there are over 100 payment gateways for you to choose from.
Yet again, this is another way to increase your sales by giving customers more options.
Keep in mind that there are many more Shopify features.
You can see more of them by clicking on the link that I added down below:
Now we need to take a look at Shopify’s pricing plans in order to see what they offer.
Moving on now.
How Much Is Shopify?
Aside from having a completely free trial, Shopify also features three pricing plans.
Compared to Builderall, they can either be cheaper a whole lot more expensive.
Helpful Note: It’s going to depend on which pricing plan that you have your eye on.
Either way, here is a quick list of the pricing plans that come along with Shopify:
- Basic Shopify is $29 per month.
- Shopify comes out to $79 per month.
- Advanced Shopify is going to cost $299 per month.
If I had to compare Builderall and Shopify in terms of pricing plans, you have:
- The Builderall Premium plan at $69.90 per month.
- The Shopify plan at $79 per month.
The prices are similar but Builderall comes with so much more (as previously mentioned).
For a full list of what Shopify has to offer for each of their plans, check the link below:
So that’s a good amount of information when it comes to Shopify vs Builderall.
But who should you use as your online business building platform?
Keep reading on as we now move to the best part of this comparison article.
Builderall Vs Shopify Summary Conclusion
It’s obvious that both of these platforms can help build your online business.
However, what’s going to be the best depends on what you’re looking to accomplish.
With that being said, here are some of the best uses for each of these software tools.
Starting with Builderall first.
Builderall Is Going To Be Best For:
- Email marketing.
- Creating membership sites.
- Building and growing your entire online business.
- Creating high-converting landing pages sales funnels.
- Having all of your online business tools and perks under one roof.
Overall, Builderall is going to be the better overall choice in this comparison.
This is simply for the fact that they offer so much more (in terms of tools and features).
That also means that they can help you accomplish much more with your marketing needs.
Don’t forget that Builderall is also much better for landing pages and sales funnels.
With that being said, you should definitely try Builderall and see what they have to offer:
I’ll also have some bonuses should you get started with Builderall and a paid plan.
You can see the details of the Builderall bonuses in the link that I added below.
Related: Details of the Builderall bonuses.
Those are some of the big reasons for using Builderall over Shopify.
However, Shopify is still a premium and well-respected software tool.
This means that there are certainly a few great uses for this tool as well.
Let’s take a look at them now.
Shopify Is Exclusively Great For:
- Anything that is eCommerce and website-related.
- Heck, anything that is related to selling eCommerce/physical products.
This main use should be pretty obvious by now.
After all, Shopify is one of the largest platforms when it comes to eCommerce.
And because of that?
They put a massive focus on eCommerce as well as selling eCommerce products.
So if you’re mostly focused on selling physical products, then go with Shopify:
Last but not least, there’s one more option when it comes to Builderall and Shopify.
Here’s exactly what I’m talking about.
Use The Builderall Shopify Integration:
This is going to be, what I like to call, the best of both worlds option:
- Use Builderall for your landing pages, sales funnels, and so much more.
- Use Shopify to host your eCommerce websites and checkout pages.
Plus, you actually integrate Builderall and Shopify by using Zapier.
Helpful Note: That’s where the Builderall Shopify integration screenshot came from.
That choice is ultimately going to be up to you though.
I just wanted to make sure that you were aware of the possible integration of both tools.
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Thank you for taking the time to learn more about Builderall vs Shopify.
I hope that this comparison article helped you find the best software for you to use.