In the past few months, I’ve seen a fair number of marketing tools get launched and sell well. Most of them were really good products and worked exactly as described, and Breeze Builder is no exception.
If you don’t yet have a tool that simplifies the process of creating landing pages, emails, and more or your current tool doesn’t quite do the job, you probably want to take a look at Breeze Builder and try it out if you think it’s for you.
Breeze Builder, as the name implies, is primarily for building landing pages, opt-in pages, and email templates, but there are extra features thrown into the mix too and I’ll get to those in a bit…
For now, let’s see how these builders work.
Page Builders Included
Landing Page Builder: The landing page builder (and others in Breeze Builder) has an easy-to-use drag-and-drop interface. On the left-hand side, you’ll find a list of elements (header, video, content, testimonial, contact form, etc.) which you can add to your landing page with a single click.
You can edit an element by hovering over the element and clicking on the button that appears right around the middle. Clicking the button enables editing and you can modify any aspect of the element you’re editing. You can also move it around and place it anywhere you want on the landing page.
When your landing page is ready, you can save, preview, and publish it. As a first-time user, I had no trouble figuring out how the builder works and was able to design practically any kind of landing page I wanted as a result.
Opt-in Page Builder: Using the opt-in page builder is a much more straightforward affair for two reasons. Firstly, opt-in pages are simple and contain just background images and forms. Secondly, Breeze Builder took it further and provided 7 beautiful templates to start with.
So, to build an opt-in page (you can do this in 5 minutes), you just need to select a template, change the background image, and add your custom text, images, and html.
You can also move the content of the opt-in page around, just like in the landing page builder. However, I found that they always returned to the middle of the page no matter where I moved them to. But then, it makes no sense to move them to the left or right since the content of opt-in pages are always center aligned.
Email Template Builder: If you’re one that finds full html emails appealing, you’re going to love this email template builder. Some folks prefer emails with graphic elements whilst others prefer plain text emails, and this builder is suitable for both.
You can add menus, headers, content, pricing lists, and footers to your emails and there are variations of each element to choose from. For example, when you click on the content element, you’ll find templates for creating 2 column content, content separated into 4 grids, and more.
Once you’re done, you can send an email to yourself so you can see what it looks like before blasting it out to your subscribers. There are download and save options too!
Now that we’re done with those, let’s look at the extra features in Breeze Builder.
Click Tracker: The click tracker has a simple interface. You just need to enter the URL you want to redirect to, enter a name for identification, and choose between tracking and cloaking. If you choose tracking, you’ll get a Breeze Builder URL that redirects to the destination you entered while creating it.
Obviously, you need to copy the link and use whenever you want to send readers/visitors to the web page you entered in the settings. All clicks on that URL will be tracked henceforth and you’ll be provided with details of each click too, such as their IP, country, browser, device type, and referrer.
Email Server Checker: This tool automatically checks the health of your email servers. You can add up to 10 domains and IPs each to the system. The domain section checks if your email server’s domain has been blacklisted or not.
The IP section checks whether your IPs have been blacklisted or not in popular email spam trackers and blacklists, such as Spamhaus and Spamcop.
Email Text Checker: The email text checker scans your emails for bad words. A text box is provided where you paste in your email text and click the ‘Check Text’ button below it. The checker then highlights bad words in ‘red’.
I reckon this feature is provided to help users avoid accidentally sending spammy emails that might get their servers/IPs blacklisted, but whether this is its intended function or not, the cleaner the email, the better.
Over to You
Breeze Builder is easy to use and understand, and if you need help with any of the provided tools, there are help videos for each of them that you can watch before launching each tool.
Its hallmark is simplicity and it’s reflected in every tool it incorporates. Therefore, if you need a page builder that is advanced enough to build the perfect opt-in/landing pages and email templates with extra tools to boot and all without sacrificing intuitiveness, give Breeze Builder a try.
==> Go take a look now…