This comparison between Elementor and Divi is a brutally honest one to help you decide which one is worth your money in five minutes. I will cover six main factors: usability, design, support, speed, SEO, and price. Read until the end to get a bonus tip (There is a free plugin that can make any website five times faster).


For usability, Divi has a structured editing approach with some limitations, while Elementor lets you treat the entire page as a canvas and resize anything as needed. Some people may find Divi clunky and Elementor more hard work. However, Elementor is more flexible, so it gets a higher score. For design, Elementor has over 300 templates, 100+ website kits and over 100 widgets. Divi has 350+ templates and 175+ layout packs, with 60+ modules. Elementor has more pre-built design elements, so it gets a higher score.


For support, both platforms have active Facebook groups, 24/7 developer support, live chat, and email support. Both get a 5/5 score. For speed, while editing, Divi is marginally faster than Elementor, but the difference is not enough to be a deal breaker. Elementor gets 4/5, and Divi 5/5.


For SEO, Divi has a lot of short codes which can increase site breaks, while Elementor is built with clean code so it has better potential. However, Divi 5.0 will be released in a year or two, which is supposed to remove the shortcodes issue. Therefore, for SEO potential, Divi gets 4/5, and Elementor 5/5.


For price, Divi has no free plan, but a 30-day free trial, and two plans. Elementor has a free plan with some limitations, and paid plans that are yearly subscriptions. Divi’s lifetime unlimited license is more attractive, so it gets a 5/5, and Elementor 4/5.


My overall conclusion is that Elementor is worth investing in if you’re going for the lower plans. It’s more flexible, has a larger library of templates and widgets, and its feature updates are more frequent. On the other hand, Divi is better because its interface is more structured to use, and its lifetime unlimited license is attractive. Elementor can look too expensive if you need to design more than 25 sites, so Divi is the better option. Don’t forget to check out the free plugin that makes websites five times faster. Comment below if you have any doubts about Elementor versus Divi.


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