In this episode:
Discussion – Technophobic clients and how we deal with them – [3:24]
Interview – Brizy Page Builder – Dimitrie Baitanciuc tells us all about it – [29:48]
Ending Fact – 7 out of 10 customers find a company via the blog – [1:24:17]
Want to win a LIFETIME license for Brizy? Erm… yes please! Head over to the WP Builds Giveaway page for more details.
Brizy Page Builder… This episode feels like it’s timed at right moment because, if like me, you are always hunting around WordPress communities for news, then you cannot have failed to hear about the new Page Builder on the block – Brizy.
We’ve become used to Page Builders now haven’t we? Well, many of us have anyway! They cut a huge amount of time and effort out of creating pages in your WordPress site and they’re also getting more and more capable of taking on the task of creating headers, footers, archive pages. In short, they’re getting too sophisticated to ignore.
There are a bunch of Page Builders that we know and love, so why should the Brizy developers have launched into a market that already has some major incumbent players? Why indeed?
Well the answer is pretty straightforward, Brizy has a different approach. They’ve looked at what’s out there and thought that they could shake things up a little; create a new way of interacting with the pages, new ways to edit the components of the page, new features that you might like to see.
You’ll find new ways to edit images, new edit menus that float in the place where your mouse already is, 4,000 free icons, built in sliders, autosave, a great way to alter padding. I could go on, but I think that you get the point that there is enough differentiation here that you should at least give it a look.
It’s also worth mentioning that the developers behind Brizy have heritage. They are the same people who run Themefuse, a popular WordPress Theme Shop.
They have a great attitude to their free version, which you can find on the WordPress.org repository. They throw more or less all the features that you could want at it, which is pretty generous, don’t you think?
Dimitrie does a great job of explaining why they built Brizy and how it’s all put together. What makes it unique and why you should give it a try.
Speaking of ‘giving it a try’, now would really be a great time to do that as right now you can get it for a one-time lifetime license fee. The price is slowly rising, but if you get in now, you’re going to lock in unlimited everything for a small one-time fee. I think that they’ve already built enough to prove that they can pull this off and so it might well be an investment that you’re glad that you made. Click on this link to get Brizy now!