Review of: Thrive Content Builder
Use: WordPress Visual Editor
Complete editor for WordPress.
One off cost under $70
Ease of use
The most intuitive editor out there
Ask anything into their forum.
- Replaces multiple plugins
- Conversion Optimized Landing Pages
- Aesthetically pleasing content design
We Don't Like
- Article isn’t clean coded as marketed
- Squeezes Website length while in editing mode
Summary: If someone would ask me what is the one plugin I’d recommend anyone after setting up a WordPress website, then I’d 100% recommend the Thrive Content Builder.
For a nominal one-time price, Thrive Content Builder can be considered as Swiss Army knife of WordPress plugins as the feature it contains will make you want to deactivate many other plugins on your site.
Here’s the bottom line: If you want great looking content, Thrive Content Builder is must have. There’s no other alternative to it right now.
Do you know what is WordPress’ Visual Editor called as?
A really what gaudy name to say the least...
What WYSIWYG stand for is...
WYSIWYG = What You See Is What You Get
I’ve been using WordPress for well over 4 years and I’ve always asked myself... how much truth does the name hold?
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