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24 per second = 1,481 per minute = 88,888 in an hour = just above 2.13 million per day.
That's not the number of times you blink your eyes... it's the number of blog posts published every single day on WordPress powered websites. (source)
It's safe to say that just publishing content will not cut it anymore if you want to capture people's attention, keep them engaged and have them interact with your business.
You'll need to step up your game...
Watch the video to discover 4 ways to make your content more enjoyable to read and more efficient for your online business.
This one element can make your homepage or landing page look very professional or really amateurish...
The problematic element? Your background image.
After looking at hundreds of homepages and landing pages we keep seeing the same issues over and over again.
These issues hurt your conversions and your brand.
Fortunately, with Thrive Theme Builder and Thrive Architect, it’s incredibly easy to create beautiful background images for your pages and page templates.
With Thrive Theme Builder you can create page and post templates for any purpose and use the drag-and-drop editor to add your background images, gradients, and patterns, so all your pages and posts are automatically populated with your custom design choices.
Thrive Architect let’s you visually design gorgeous single-use pages (like landing pages for marketing) and posts, so you can customize individual pages to your heart's content.
The good news is that you can fix your background designs in 4 simple steps!
In this post you will discover how to:
Ready? Let's get started!
Of course you know that great images help make your content more engaging.
But what should you do if you can’t find the right photo or don’t have a designer on staff to help make any graphics for you?
It just so happens that there are several awesome tools available to help you bridge that visual content gap right now if you use Thrive Architect to build your online content.
This post is going to walk you through eight of them so you’ll have plenty of visual bricks on hand to get the job done — without always having to go search for picture perfect photos.
Keep reading to learn how easy it is to drop visually engaging elements into your online content with the Thrive Architect visual builder for WordPress...
In 2018, we published 118 blog posts to the Thrive Themes blog, ranging from feature updates to marketing training to website reviews.
That’s a lot!
We work hard to bring you content that makes you a better marketer and website developer. But how do you know you haven’t missed the good bits?
Don’t worry, we’ve got your back!
In this post, we’ll review our best and most noteworthy articles published in 2018, and point you in the right direction.
We’ll start with our 7 must-see posts, then our 5 favorite new features, and we’ll finish with a list of the best stuff to check out depending on your goals.
Ok, let’s juice the goodness out of 2018.
It's Upgrade Opt-in Week. This means that every day this week, we'll be delivering a new set of opt-in forms to your Thrive Leads templates library!
Today, we'll have a look at the "Corporate" set.
This set is slick and minimalist, which makes it fast to customize. Check it out!
If you’re building a conversion focused website on WordPress, then you know there’s a ton of content you need to create.
Blog posts, a homepage, lead generation pages, an about page, sales funnel pages… just to name a few!
On top of that, there’s all the little — but critically important — details you don’t want to forget to take care of including your headers, footers, author boxes, and more.
Writing all the copy for these different types of content is difficult enough on its own...
...but then having to overcome the technical hurdles to get everything to look right is even harder!
That’s because there’s two powerful WordPress tools available for online creators like you, developed to help you make your content AND manage all the technical intricacies:
Theme Builders (like Thrive Theme Builder) and Page Builders (like Thrive Architect).
What’s the difference between these two types of builders and how can you use them to create and manage all the different types of content on your WordPress website?
Read on to find out...
Have you ever signed up for a free download or trial that promised big benefits, but completely under delivered?
Or worse yet, the whole thing turned out to be just a thinly disguised sales pitch?
You’ve been burned before so you can't really trust a website screaming “download this free awesome thing!” is actually going to deliver, right?
Well, your own visitors probably feel the same.
To be a successful marketer in the current digital climate, you need to understand that your visitors are just as skeptical as you are.
To avoid stinking of desperation and false promises, there’s another type of content marketing you can use to earn your visitor’s trust, leave them hungry for your content, and eager to hand over their email address.
But it takes some finesse to do this right so let me show you how...
How should you design your homepage? That's a question many entrepreneurs struggle with. We know that the homepage represents our business and brand, more than any other page. We want to get it right.
What if you could learn from the best? Not just learn from what the most successful sites do right now, but also learn from how they got here?
That's exactly what this post is about.
We dove into the homepage history of the websites run by 6 leading minds when it comes to content marketing and personal branding: Tim Ferriss, Ramit Sethi, Marie Forleo, James Clear, Celestine Chua and Gary Vaynerchuk.
Read on to discover the keys to success that we unearthed in this in-depth study (and to see the "ideal homepage" template we created based on everything we learned).
Ever feel like you’ve stalled in your marketing knowledge?
You’ve read all the latest blogs, listened to all the best podcast, downloaded all the right kindle books... but it seems you’ve hit a peak?
After identifying all the key concepts, you’re finding each new blog post you read less and less valuable. It seems like they’re all just recycling the same old concepts.
So how do you keep that growth up? How do you continue to push your knowledge to the next level?
One of best ways we've found is by attending industry conferences and summits. The concepts introduced at these kinds of events are the ones that fuel blog posts and marketing principles for years to come.
There’s only one problem...