Announcing WPSiteSync for Beaver Builder BETA Release!

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Great news for all the Beaver Builder enthusiasts!  WPSiteSync for Beaver Builder BETA officially released!

If you are an Early Adopter or Trailblazer Member, you can download this Premium plugin at no additional charge! Simply login to your “My Account” to access WPSiteSync for Beaver Builder.

STEP 1: Install the zip file on both of your Source and Target sites.
STEP 2: Pop in your unique License Key.
STEP 3: You are good to go!

WPSiteSync for Beaver Builder Installation Documentation can be viewed at http://wpsitesync.com/knowledgebase/use-wpsitesync-beaver-builder/

Please note: WPSiteSync for Beaver Builder requires WPSiteSync for Content version 1.3.1. If you do not already have version 1.3.1, please upgrade the plugin first before installing WPSiteSync for Beaver Builder. If you do not, then the features of the WPSiteSync for Beaver Builder will not activate themselves, as they will not work anyway.

WPSiteSync for Beaver Builder syncs:

–> Templates you have established.
–> Content including all text, images and meta data associated with your blog posts and pages.
–> Photos, galleries and designs created.

WPSiteSync for Beaver Builder alone is $99. It will only Push Content and Templates from from Source to Target. By signing for the Trailblazer Membership, you will also Receive WPSiteSync for Pull, which makes everything sync Bi-directionally!


Trailblazer Members Receive all existing and future Premium Extensions!  Bonus Gifts include: UNLIMITED Installations, Guaranteed Low Renewal Rate FOREVER and WPSS for WooCommerce Products! YES, WAY!

Not yet a Member? Take advantage of the 40% Trailblazer Membership Special. Discount ENDS 11:59 p.m. EST on Tuesday, 01/31/2017.

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Besides being the Scrum Master at ServerPress, LLC, Jennifer oversees the Product portfolio, leading Projects from conception to launch. When she’s not analyzing Workflow data, she enjoys watching her dogs steal tomatoes from her veggie garden.

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