The Ultimate Page Builder Comparison Chart

The Ultimate WordPress Page Builder Comparison Chart

It’s often easy to get caught up in the hype of a new page builder, so I thought it would be helpful to tabulate the most important aspects and features of the top page builders. Here is my comparison chart of the top page builders you may want to use in your business.

I’ve had experience with each of these WordPress page builder plugins, some more than others, but for the purposes of the comparison chart, this will show you exactly what you get compared to the other page builders out there.

I’m fully aware there are more fantastic page builders out there, but the ones I’ve listed below are the ones I believe are probably what you’re going to look at if you’re trying to start a business online, be it a service you’re offering, a product you’re selling, or simply to make your presence known online.

The page builders I consider to be the top page builder plugins include:

  • Thrive Themes’ Thrive Content Builder,
  • Elegant Themes’ Divi Page Builder,
  • Elementor and Elementor Pro,
  • InstaBuilder 2.0
  • and the newly released Profit Builder 2.0.

It would be important to note that these plugins are WordPress plugins that you can install on your self-hosted WordPress site.

WordPress Page Builder Comparison Chart

Thrive Themes

Elegant Themes

Elementor Pro

InstaBuilder 2.0

Profit Builder 2.0

WordPress Plugin

WordPress Themes

Autoresponder Integration

*

Sales Page Templates

Home Page Templates

About Us Page Templates

Contact Page Templates

Squeeze Page Templates

Download Page Templates

Split Testing

Conversion Tracking

Learning Curve**

Very Easy

Easy

Easy

Easy

Easy

Cost***

$19/month paid annualy

$89

$49

$77

$67

Website

* Mailchimp integration coming soon to Elementor Pro

** The learning curve difficulty is based solely on my experience. You may have a different experience depending on your skill level.

*** Please note, the prices listed here are correct at the time this article was written. Prices listed are the lowest option available. Higher Tiered options are available for these too, so depending on your needs and the number of websites you have, you might want to check the website itself for an update on pricing.

Now that you’ve got a visual representation of what website each page builder can do, you might be interested to read my Buyers Guide for these great WordPress website and page builder plugins.

(Please note: The links above are my affiliate links. If you decide to make a purchase through my link, I’ll get a commission at no cost to you. I truly thank you for your support, it keeps me doing what I love.)​