User Review of Elementor

I’m relatively new to Elementor, having only used it for a year, but I have to say that since I’ve swapped over from WordPress’s general page builder to Elementor that it has been an absolute lifesaver. I wish I knew about Elementor sooner!


There are a few features worth considering with the free version:

User-friendliness – There’s no coding required whatsoever, just drag and drop properties onto the page. Furthermore, Elementor ensures that what you see is what you get when you apply any aspects/graphics onto the page

Templates – There are so many templates to choose from if you don’t want to build your site/pages from scratch

Lots of widgets – There seems to be a widget for everything I need

Mobile compatibility – The mobile section is already done for me so I don’t have to take time making the mobile site compatible

There’s more, but that’s just what I’ve mainly used when toying around with the free version.

Elementor Pro

On the third month in, I decided to give Elementor Pro a try, since there was a 30-day money-back guarantee and I wanted to add some Facebook embedding, custom animations and fonts to my blog.

And I have to say that, while the free version is worth your time, if you want a basic page/site/theme creator, Elementor Pro offers so much more customization, which will make your pages stand out.

For instance, there are quite a few Pro widgets that add a layer of uniqueness to a site. Personally, I’ve already implemented the following Pro Widgets onto my blog:

  • Nav Menu
  • Media Carousel
  • Share Buttons
  • Blockquotes
  • Facebook Embed
  • Facebook Comments
  • Posts

I’ve even included plenty of dynamic elements to my blog to make it more interactive for my visitors.

A realm of possibilities

Honestly, Elementor opens your WordPress site to a realm of possibilities, especially if you’re on a tight budget like I am. The free version alone is great if, as I said before, but Pro allows you to take your site to the next level. Well, that and if you have any issues, you can contact the 24/7 premium customer support.

I can’t recommend anything over Elementor. There’s just so much it offers that betters the quality of life of freelancers like myself.

Marsha Haworth
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