Originally Posted by cyclonehosting
You are right that rvsitebuilder is pricey, but that is what my customers enjoy using so I refused to change rvsitebuilder and yes I know wordpress is a CMS, but it also builds a website for someone without the use of actual website design knowledge. Many of my customers also decide to just use wordpress because wordpress allows them to get their website up and running in minutes rather than trying to design a website with a website designer like rvsitebuilder.
but WP is not a site builder as this thread is about, it uses templates, which are already built for you and all you need is basic HTML knowledge to replace the content with your own.
If your customers are using WP then they are not using RV.
I used to offer RV, but in 4 years only 1 customer actually used it, so it was a waste of money.
i moved to using Site.pro and found out that many of my customers started to use this, even though its free to hosts and offers a free plan for end users with limited features i found the clients that did use it upgraded to a paid plan.