BreezeBuilder: A Review
Building a simple website can be complicated; building one that can aid with your business on the other hand can be a lot more complex. Now what’s harder is, as an online business owner, to find a reason to eschew this task when it is pretty much mandatory for an online business to have a site to serve as its presence on the Internet. Fortunately for all of us, there are a ton of tools available online that practically makes it easier for us to deal with the rather tricky task of building a website. Such a tool is BreezeBuilder, an upcoming release from Robert Philips.
This product is a software that is promised to be able to help you build your own site, complete with utilities such as traffic generation and lead capture, quickly. It makes heavy use of templates that take away a lot of work when it comes to designing and coding the site. It builds not only the pages that your site needs but also—and especially—landing pages, lead-capture pages, and even email templates. It will also include a suite of helpful features including an IP checker, a server checker, and a link cloaker just to name a few. This software will be available for $37.
Robert is launching BreezeBuilder today, April 21, 2017, and it is set to go live at 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time. If you are looking to know more about this product, be sure to just bookmark this page and come back soon after the launch. Around that time, we will have this post updated with a complete and comprehensive review.