The Divi Problem

Divi is a very popular WordPress theme and page builder and you can make beautiful websites with it. Some developers love it and use it exclusively.

After working on a few client sites that used Divi, I quickly decided that, like GoDaddy, I've relegated this tool to the Sadville[1] list. In this video, I demonstrate ‘the Divi problem' and why I don't consider it a great long-term choice to build your online business.

If you still want to use Divi, more power to you. Just make an informed decision. Personally, I prefer the tools from companies like Beaver Builder and Thrive Themes, who have shown consistent concern for ease of use, code quality, conversion and compatibility with 3rd-party tools. They continue to raise the bar with every update.

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  1. Sadville tools – anything that's easy to get started with, but causes a lot of pain or expense when you decided to stop using it. See also: Wix, Squarespace, Weebly, and GoDaddy. ↩
In Avoid Common Mistakes by Kronda AdairMarch 21, 2018

Kronda Adair

Kronda is the CEO of Karvel Digital, a digital marketing agency that helps mission-driven service-based business owners how to use content to sell so they can automate their marketing and scale without burnout. She loves empowering small business owners to not be intimidated by all this tech stuff. She's often covered in cats.