Rocket Builder Review by Peter Beattie and Tony Eap

Rocket Builder is a new product from Peter Beattie and Tony Eap that allows users to quickly and easily create modern and professional looking WordPress websites.

What does the product offer?

Rocket Builder is a WordPress plugin that provides full access to a comprehensive list of themes and designs that you can implement for your business. Peter Beattie and Tony Eap say that Rocket Builder can has high converting websites that can work in any niche and whilst this is rather vague, I can (for once with this kind of product) see clear niche ready designs.

There are over 75 templates that are included with Rocket Builder, all of which are fully customisable so that you can brand your website for your product.

Whilst I am not sold on the advantages that Peter Beattie and Tony Eap say Rocket Builder provides over other themes (saying that you can incur monthly fees etc), there is definitely one way in which I feel that Rocket Builder does out do the competition which is the sheer variety of sites that are on offer, for example there are layouts that have been created with ecommerce in mind or bricks and mortar businesses.

There are also 2 upcoming bonus webinars.

How does the product work?

Ultimately Rocket Builder is just a series of WordPress themes but what makes it stand out for me is that the quality of the designs are actually surprisingly high.

Usually with this sort of thing there is a gimmick that the themes play on but whilst Rocket Builder is packed with features (such as video backgrounds, parallax scrolling etc.) all of the entries are generally solid and are actually pleasantly attractive.

Any changes that you do need to make to the themes is handled via a simple drag and drop interface which makes making changes a straight forward process.

What is the initial investment?

There are two options available if you want to purchase Rocket Builder, the first is a “lite” version which allows you to install Rocket Builder on up to 5 domains that are owned by you.

Alternatively, you can get a developer license which gives you unlimited use on websites that you or clients use for an additional premium. The lite option is currently available at $19.74 which is on a dime sale whilst the developer license is $37. This also comes with a 30 day money back guarantee should you be unhappy with the product.

What is the rate of return?

There isn’t really any advertised rate of return for Rocket Builder and this is a fair point as really, it will depend on what you are using the themes for. Personally I would expect any results to be qualitative rather than quantitative and in this regard, I think that Rocket Builder delivers.


Quite what you would use Rocket Builder for depends on what your business is based on. The fact is that what is on offer here are a number of fantastic looking plugins, all of which are themed for various businesses however you can ultimately create your own.

Rocket Builder is good value and if you are looking for interesting new WordPress themes then Rocket Builder is worth a look and actually works out at pretty good value if you can get it at the lower price.


Apparently the Rocket Theme launch is now ‘closed’ – usually until the next time it launches.

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From: Simon Roberts