You guys I should have done this SO MUCH SOONER. I’ve been sitting over here for months thinking there wasn’t space for me to create Elementor tutorials, or worse that I didn’t have a unique perspective.
But the truth is, I have a wealth of knowledge and I focus on building efficient & high-performing Elementor websites which I don’t see anyone else doing on Youtube or elsewhere.
Elementor gets a bad reputation for being bloated and difficult to use, but I’m here to bust every single one of those bullsh*t myths.
Elementor websites CAN be fast. They CAN be complex and still run smoothly. And Elementor doesn’t have to be difficult to use.
My first tutorial and this one definitely start somewhere in the middle — neither are basic tutorials and they both play on my love for Elementor and my love for a top-notch client experience.
But over the next few months you’re going to be seeing a lot more from me when it comes to the basics of Elementor and not just how to optimize a website — which can certainly help — but also how to build websites from the ground up that use the best parts of Elementor without overloading your server resources or scoring in the 30s on Google pagespeed insights.
That’s cool — you’d don’t have to be. Yet.
But in a few months if you follow along with my tutorials you’ll learn how I take a tool that many web developers scoff at and create high quality websites that my clients love — and, better yet, that make their clients say “Take my money!”
Check out my latest tutorial below, where you’ll learn how to set up a system for custom proposals on your own website (say GOODBYE to all those god-awful CRMs that require code to transform the proposals) and wow your clients with a branded proposal that’s just for them.
Check it out: