The 2014 Site Rubix Review – Is This Really the Easiest Website Builder?

Last Update: Feb 16, 2014

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Hello Everyone!

This review is for every Starter and Premium member here to participate in that has gone on to build his or her website. I would like each of you to leave your personal review of the Site Rubix website builder that is used exclusively here at Wealthy Affiliate.

Please leave your thoughts and comments below on the following three questions:

    1) When first starting out, did you think that building a website was going to take you longer to accomplish and why?

    2) On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1=Hard and 10=Easy, how would you rate the use of the Site Rubix website builder used here at Wealthy Affiliate?

    3) Now that you have experienced the power of the Site Rubix website builder, would you recommend it to others looking to build a website and why?

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At first I was a little apprehensive, but soon got the jist of everything and all went rather well. Didn't have a time frame in mind.
I would rate it a high 8 for ease of use.
Yes I would definitely recommend Site Rubix website builder to anyone willing to put in a little effort and utilize what is offered.
Great Tool!!!!..........Jim

1. Same for me
2. 8 - Easy
3. Yes, it is free.

Hi Robert.

1) no - but I've been building web sites and applications for a long time

2) 8 - it's WordPress - once you get to know it, it's easy - but there is a learning curve, which if you give it time - you'll master. There are other "drag/drop" builders out there, that are themed for your niche already (ie. colours, page layouts, pictures etc) and also come with lots of stock images. So in that respect, to beginners, other site builders can appear better - but those builders also have their limitations.

3) Yes I would - there are thousands of themes out there, thousands of plugins - if you spend a little time looking, you can make your website look/feel and have whatever functionality you could ever want.

All the best, Mark

I havent spend a minute whit site rubix jet i was so exitet that i join wa an create a domain but i think i will create a review and maby start build my danish page whit it before i create my domain

I've built other Word Press websites before and the Site Rubix website builder was much easier. The most difficult part was choosing a theme. I'll give it a 9 and I would definitely recommend it to others because of the excellent tutorials.

Not totally related but has anyone tried Adobe Muse and does it integrate with Wordpress. Is it worth combining or changing?

Hi,
I have no experience with Adobe Muse but I read a review written by a professional webdisigner: His conclusion: "...if you're unfamiliar with Adobe products - I would staying away. It's too difficult
He mentions other disadvantages: Missing Key Features. Blogs you have to host somewhere else . Hosting your blog off website is bad for the SEO benefits of a blog. If a professional web-disigner says this, I would advise you not to use Adobe Muse.
If you follow tte lessons here and make use of al the advise and training, you are able to become step by step a "professional webdesigner" yourself . Much easier and last but not least much cheaper :)
I think that "the power of the Rubix website builder" is unique!
Together with all the experience with this builder here and so on., and so on.........
Warner

I found an answer to your question if A.M. does integrate with WP:
"On wordpress website they are saying it's possible by adding a php code into a current PHP page... but muse only does HTML"

Thanks Warner, I am fairly competent with Wordpress as far as design and function I was just wondering if there was anything that could be added or enhanced with Muse as I am familiar with Adobe products and the integration of the likes of photoshop etc. I was just thinking about future uses for my Portfolio where I will be using many different Adobe products on my Diploma course.

Sorry, I didn't know you were familiar with Adobe products. I understand now that you need it for your portfolio.
Perhaps you can try to find experts here ,who can help you?
May be that experts succeed in integrating it with Wordpress. It could be that there is experience with it in the WA community.

not used as I have a different process to build site...., but anything which helps newbies get to grips with the process and feel a sense of achievement to boost them along the route is fine.
It is not what things do, but what and how they make you feel...

I've used other website builders before that we're easier to use but just don't look as good and obviously don't have all the WA training and step by step tutorials. I've found siterubix easy enough and very worth learning to use.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd give it a 9

I would definitely recommend it to others because even if you've never built a website before, the step by step videos are fantastic and the sites you can create look amazing.

I already had bluehost when I came, and have not used Site Rubix.

When first starting out I was already excited about the program so the thought of if the website would be hard to build or take a long time to do. I pretty much live on this site now so I am finding my way around.

On a scale I WOULD GIVE IT 8, there are still so things I haven't figured out yet.

After my personal experience, yes I would recommend the Site Rubix website builder, it's the quickest way to gain an overstanding of what a site consist of.

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