Want a WordPress page builder that’s built for business? Elementor is an up-and-coming page builder that isn’t just going after the code deficient among us. Instead, the Elementor team is creating a thought-out page builder that’s packed with tools for both WP beginners and savvy marketers. In this Elementor review, I’m going to give you my thoughts on some of the areas where I think Elementor excels (and one area where it doesn’t). Let’s dig in…
Elementor Review: At a Glance
At this point, the concept of a visual page builder isn’t really breaking new ground. With one, you get a list of elements that you can drag to a live-preview of your page and edit everything in real time. You’ve probably seen it before.
But what I really like about Elementor is that the Elementor team realizes this. So instead of trying to create just another visual page builder, they’re putting a real effort into developing features that are not only unique, but also perfect for marketing and business.
So in my review of Elementor, I’m going to almost exclusively focus on what Elementor does better, different, or worse than the average page builder.