3 Reasons Why I Fell in Love with This Amazing Landing Page Builder

Episode – 016- 3 Reasons Why I Fell in Love with this Amazing Landing Page Builder

Do you need to build a landing page? You've got to use LeadPages! Or not? Weeeell..let's say that yes, LeadPages is a wonderful tool you can use landing pages for your freebies, offers, and events..but it isn't the only one anymore.

I came across Brizy Cloud some time ago and I decided to test it since it looked even too good to be true. And I fell in love with it. Want to know why? Listen to today's episode!


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Hello and welcome to Episode 16 of the Online Business Tech Hub, this is Alessia your host tech expert for online coaches and consultants on a mission to rescue my clients from tech disasters. And today, I want to tell you all about a software that I have really fallen in love with, which is Brizy Cloud. So Brizy Cloud is a landing page and a website builder. And I came across the software some years ago via up App Sumo. If you listen to the previous episode, you know that I'm kind of addicted to App Sumo.

Just a few months ago, I was looking for a new landing page builder because in the past I used Optimized Press. I'm not really crazy about it anymore. Plus, my version has become a bit outdated. I have a Divi website, which I kind of liked in 2018 when I got it, but I'm starting to get a bit tired of that because it has a very specific appearance and layout that I'm not too crazy about it.

So I was looking for something different, something that would let me customize each and every page the way I wanted it. I want the flexibility, I wanted lots of different features to create a sales page, to create landing pages, to create pop-ups, and to eventually rebuild my whole website. And I found all of this with Brizy Cloud.

So as I said, Brizy Cloud is a landing page and website builder. It's super easy to use because it has a drag-and-drop editor. So on the left side, you always have all the blocks that you can use, that you can drag and drop on the main page, for example, text videos and so on. So it's really, really simple to work with. It's extremely good looking and it requires literally zero tech skills, especially if you import the plugin onto your WordPress website. OK, so there are three reasons. I absolutely love Brizy Cloud and here this is number one, as I said, the ease of use.

When you want to build a page, you create a new one. And as I said on the side of the screen, you have the sidebar with all the blocks, text, video, images, countdown, rows, you can have different rows and columns. You can set up carousels. You can, I think, even have a YouTube playlist embedded there. Fantastic. So easy to select. Customize according to your own branding. So easy to also create a button and then have a pop-up appear that you can create again from within the cloud your own pop-ups and then you can rearrange in an extremely easy way all the blocks that you import on the page.

A bonus element is that you can move different sections from a separate part on the sidebar without messing up the layout of the blocks. So if you are a Divi user, you know what I'm talking about. You know that sometimes when you want to move the sections up or down, it can get so messy because Divi can get quite slow-moving the blocks up or down. Whereas with Brizy Cloud you have a separate section and you can move the different sections up and down. You can switch places and it's so easy to rearrange all the blocks. It gets really, really easy to do it. So that's one of the reasons I truly love it.

Reason number two is that Brizy Cloud has a lot of templates. They split the templates, according to niches. But of course, you can even if you are an online business owner, you can absolutely use the templates that have been developed for a brick and mortar business.

That doesn't make any difference. As long as you customize the different blocks that have been placed there for the brick and mortar, you can absolutely use it. Amazing templates really to customize optimized for conversions already. And not only do they have a lot of generic templates, but they also have specific block templates. So testimonial blocks, headers with images, and the menu feature opt-in modules and so on, plus they also have website templates.

So if you want to build a website for yourself or for your clients, you can pick from ready-made templates, a whole website that you can customize with your content, your text, your images, and so on. So I truly appreciate this. Having templates is the way to go when you want to save time. And Brizy has definitely nailed it.

Another thing that I appreciate is that it's mobile-ready and like Divi, like other builders, like, for example, 5 themes. You can switch the view from a desktop, from a tablet, and mobile of you and rearrange the different blocks, super useful. The third reason why I truly love Brizy Cloud is that it has such a tiny price, so it costs 49 euro per year and it gives access to the landing page builder, website builder, pop-up builder, all the templates for like website templates and block templates.

Plus you can build your own pages onto your website so you get a plugin that you download and then upload onto your WordPress website, but you can also use their own platform. OK, if you don't have a website yet and you want to have landing pages or pages where you people can sign up for your workshops or your free resources, but you don't want to invest in a website yet, you can absolutely use their own platform. And then, yes, there is also a way to connect your domain to their platform, but you can also use their own hosting.

So then the pages will have a different URL structure. So it will be BrizyCloud/your own website.com, for example. So it will always be branded with Brizy Cloud unless you connect your domain. But if that's not important for you, you can. I mean, you have all the usability, all the accessibility to their features. So it doesn't really matter. You can start with a free plan. You only have limited blocks and limited templates available for you to use.

But it's still an excellent starting point. Obviously, with a free plan, you don't have the access to the plugin that you can download and then import onto WordPress. But it's an excellent alternative to Lead Pages, which so far has been the most recommended software to use for sales pages and landing pages. Obviously Lead Pages, yes, it's an excellent tool. It cost 27 dollars per month if you pay per year. So that is quite a big price difference considering that they offer rather similar features.

But the plus point for me is really the plugin that you can add to your own website. So Brizy Cloud is 49 euros per year. So it's extremely affordable. All right. So I don't want to bother too much with the theory because I'm sure that you want to see how this Brizy Cloud looks. And that is why if you go and check the show notes beside the link to Brizy's website, you will also find a video tutorial where I show you behind the scenes how Brizy works and how easy it is to build a page on their platform or even on your own WordPress once you have installed the plugin.

So go ahead and check the show notes and download the video tutorials so you can actually get an idea about how it works and if it's the right software for you. If you give it a try, do send me an email at alessia@alessiapandolfi.com and let me know how you find it. I'm really curious to know about your experience and your opinions about it, especially in the past you've been using to Lead Pages.

OK, so to summarize, in this episode we talked about Brizy Cloud, which has become my favorite tool for landing pages, sales page, and website builder, and that has been so helpful for me to really up my game with the design of landing pages.

It's an excellent alternative to Lead Pages and other expensive software because it costs only 49 euros per year if you want to have the plugin. But you can start with the free plan, all right, that's it for this episode, I will talk to you next week.

Bye-bye.

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