Which website builder do Internet Marketers use?

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Hey, so I am building a sales page and am having the hardest time finding a website builder that allows HTML embed code ability to connect to my warriorplus product.

I've tried Godaddy but they don't have the HTML ability.
I'm currently trying WIX but their is a problem with the embed code - Instead of opening the warriorplus product page where you enter payment details after clicking on Add to Cart, it just displays the warriorplus site within the dimensions of the Add to Cart box.

What drag & drop website builders do you use that allow the HTML ability? Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    I use Wordpress, with the Thrive Leads plugin installed.
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  • Profile picture of the author alliance
    OptimizePress is my favorite site builder and they have excellent support.
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  • Profile picture of the author boblyle
    For me its WP Profit Builder.
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    Originally Posted by ronnyg123 View Post

    Hey, so I am building a sales page and am having the hardest time finding a website builder that allows HTML embed code ability to connect to my warriorplus product.

    I've tried Godaddy but they don't have the HTML ability.
    I'm currently trying WIX but their is a problem with the embed code - Instead of opening the warriorplus product page where you enter payment details after clicking on Add to Cart, it just displays the warriorplus site within the dimensions of the Add to Cart box.

    What drag & drop website builders do you use that allow the HTML ability? Thank you.
    Funny how you get replies for WP when your issue is that you want to use HTML , some can not see the trees sometimes

    If you download Kompozer you can edit your Index page and be able to create sales page and add the button you wish and should not have any issues

    You can get some good tutorials on YT to show you the way , hope this helps

    Jason
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    • Profile picture of the author rbates
      Originally Posted by Regional Warrior View Post

      If you download Kompozer you can edit your Index page and be able to create sales page and add the button you wish and should not have any issues
      Unless things have changed with recent versions of Wordpress, I have
      not found Kompozer to be a good choice, as it does not very often
      format very well in WP.

      Learning a bit of basic html code goes a long way with Wordpress.

      I am not sure why WP has so much trouble with their text editor.
      They have recently upgraded it (supposedly), but it still will
      not always format well.

      If you use html rather than the text editor, don't preview with
      the "Visual" editor. When you go back to html it often
      messes with the formatting.

      If you don't want to get too fancy with your sales page, then
      there is no reason not to use either the WP text edit supplied,
      or Kompozer, just know that you will likely have to mess
      with the formatting (Kompozer) to get it to look the way
      you want.
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    • Profile picture of the author onedomains
      Originally Posted by Regional Warrior View Post

      Funny how you get replies for WP when your issue is that you want to use HTML , some can not see the trees sometimes

      If you download Kompozer you can edit your Index page and be able to create sales page and add the button you wish and should not have any issues

      You can get some good tutorials on YT to show you the way , hope this helps

      Jason
      html snippet is a simple wp plugin

      not sure it's still supported on wp

      but it works with current versions

      also most code he can drop into wp in the editor section, since the html code is probably friendly to wp today

      if it's not friendly like most code is today, then they just crated a html snippet and add it in the editor since the snippets you make come up on the wp tool bar

      so lots of marketers use wp with html code, it's not a big deal really

      but yeah, we run 300+ sites and years ago they all were moved over to wp since it's the #1 cms today and as to themes, we use one press, since you can go full page easily

      you just need to do most of your sales pages or landing pages as pages not posts

      most seo programs have header and footer code boxes to put whatever you want in

      we run millions of banners a month through our in house ad network and wp works fine, the only problem is on cheap hosting like GD you usually end up on a dog server and 2mb sites can open in 6 to 12 seconds, we have our own cloud network and a full core wp install can clock out at 200ms ranges, like 280 or 290 usually, but only huge marketers have the resources to do that usually.

      WP leads to speed issues and old html is way faster on shared hosting

      but WP is a great cms and a few plug ins are kick butt

      good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    I use wordpress and you have the oportunity to use a lot of plugins that make your life easier
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  • Hey you can use instabuilder 2.0,

    It is basically:
    1 ) drag and drop features and super fast
    2 ) More Than 92 Done For You Page Templates
    3) Integrated with major Email Auto-responder services
    4) If you are building landing page you can enable double opt-in ,triple opt-in.
    5) Go-To-Webinar Integration
    6) Question opt-in
    7) (Disclaimer, Privacy Policy, TOS Page Generator)
    8) Render your designs built in InstaBuilder into a crisp HTML version for use anywhere, anytime, and for any reason... WITHOUT having to use Wordpress to run the HTML version... and many more included.

    I highly recommended it
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    If you want to go straight HTML you might consider dreamweaver. Although, it is very expensive you can still get older versions at reasonable prices at ebay. You can also find great tutorials on youtube and with simple google searches, as well there are many books available on amazon for a few dollars.

    You could also try weebly. I used that a few years ago and it is pretty good if you use the paid version

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  • Profile picture of the author chavelle
    hello i use clickfunnels
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  • Profile picture of the author tinabarnash
    I use OptimizePress. Works great, the live page editor makes things super-easy, lots of options, and great support when you need it.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    If you simply want to create a single, html page, consider using the Open Office word processor.

    Get the page looking like you want, then save as html. OO doesn't add all the cross-application BS code that Word does.

    Open the saved file, paste your code where you want it, and save again.

    Check the page by opening in your browser. If it looks good, use your control panel to upload the file to your server. Check it again after uploading.

    HTH
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  • Profile picture of the author awledd
    I use Wordpress for almost all of my sites. I believe many Internet marketers use it too. But you can also use Cpanel to create html pages. There is a WYSYWIG editor with every hosting agent's Cpanel.
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  • Profile picture of the author SiteNameSales
    Don't forget about Google Blogger. As many of these posts point out, Wordpress is now the go-to platform for building websites. Still, while it lacks a lot of the functionality of many of the suggestions here, it is easy to use and many marketing old-timers wouldn't use anything else. Some say it's because as a Google product, the blogger websites rank higher in their search engine. I can't verify that, but its a possible plus worth considering.
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  • Profile picture of the author CASHsystems
    I've used Wordpress with various plugins for years from almost all my websites. Have recently started using Builderall and really please with it because it has so many tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author xpatlifestyle
    i am using wordpress and its extensive plugin package, you can build your blog from ground zero like playing lego toy.

    i have forgot all those old html style codes, i believe these days we rely on software and copy paste the codes and strips.
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  • Profile picture of the author tjs1954
    what does Wix charge to use their software? Free if you register the domain with them?
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    • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
      Go to wix.com the official link (Not an affiliate of wix). They have a page to their pricing. $5.00 a month. Plus they have other pricing. Some good threads about wix awhile back on the offline forum. If you ever decide to leave them they keep the domain, and you lose your site. Better to use a true domain company & hosting from another company. If you need to move you own it all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    I use instapage builder. You can drop html code in there. Nice and easy drag and drop landing / lead capture / sales page creator.

    However it is getting kind of pricy. I have a $39 monthly plan and this is only because I am an old member.

    Plans are higher now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dony Kumar
    Hi,
    I will recommend using WordPress and Visual Composer by wpbakery page builder. Its a awesome page builder ever.

    VC Features:
    1. Intuitive drag and drop interface
    2. Easily extendable
    3. Fronted and backend editor
    4. Object oriented code
    5. Multilingual ready
    6. Template system and library
    7. Responsive design
    8. User role manager
    9. Custom post type
    10. Life-time update without charge
    11. Pro dedicated support
    12. Short-code mapper
    13. Design options
    14. SEO friendly
    15. Woo Commerce support
    16. Advanced grid builder
    17. Full width and height rows
    18. Parallax background and columns
    19. Video background and image filters
    20. Element presets, column height and gaps position
    21. Advanced custom fields support
    22. Custom HTML, CSS, JS code support
    23. Icon sets and social
    24. Hide content RLT support
    25. Online community

    Thanks.
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  • Your best option is to use wordpress. It's not drag and drop but it's actually not that hard to use if you have used wix. Plus, it has a lot of compatible plugins you can use for marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author publichaus113
    I use Wordpress all the time
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  • Profile picture of the author ezjob
    I like WordPress because it's easy to update and add categories and usually inexpensive to hire someone to design the site the way you want it to look.
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  • Profile picture of the author dragonzpit
    For e-commerce type if you are selling products then i would suggest Shopify, if you want to build your website where you want to display content, then WordPress should be your best bet.
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  • Profile picture of the author nic35
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    You can use bootstrap studio 4 or above
    ascendpages also offer you to edit html and its drag and drop framework
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