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Visual Composer vs Thrive Content Builder ...?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Shree, Nov 11, 2015.

  1. Shree

    Shree Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I am trying to decide between visual composer and thrive content builder ...

    If anyone has tried both, which of these would you recommend?

    I sure would appreciate some help :)
     
  2. KHer0

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    I have tried both and here is the results

    Thrive Content Builder :-

    1 - 100x faster
    2 - 100x easier
    3 - The only real live front page editor there. You edit write on the page, not forms to fill...etc
    4 - It generates clean code with no style code in the html page

    Visual Composer :-

    1 - UNLIMITED VARIATIONS OF ANYTHING YOU COULD IMAGINE

    So, it really comes to what you want from it. Are you a web designer who have a lot of clients and want to create a lot of animations, effects, rows backgrounds, and different seperator.. then, you are locked on Visual Composer

    However, if you are an IMer's, who want a plugin to help him creating his own website, add posts, hompage customization.. then Thrive Content Builder is the right choice


    Note : No matter what your choice is, you are locked on the plugin. If you deactivated any because of stopped support or w/e, then you will lose all the content in Thrive Content, or left with hell of shortcodes and unusable content in Visual Composer

    So, if you worry about the future, you might consider Beaver Builder, it doesn't affect your content when deactivated and it has the cleanest, fastest code among them. But of course it comes on the price of features ( Colorful stuff...etc )
     
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  3. Shree

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    Thanks for your response.

    I hadn't heard about Beaver Builder ... I will check it out now.