This means that you can create stunning navigation menu layouts, that are also mobile-friendly and super easy to customize.
However, in the latest release we cranked it up a notch…
We made it possible for you to create large, gorgeous looking drop-down navigation menus for your Landing Pages, built 100% with Thrive Architect!
Meet… the Mega Menu.
If you're the owner of a larger website to with multiple writeres, editors, etc. this is for you...
We've released a new feature that allows you to easily manage user roles permissions for the Thrive Themes products that you have installed on your WordPress website.
You've recorded your latest podcast episode, spent hours editing it and now finally it's online for everyone to hear...
But how can you get a maximum of exposure on your site to your latest episode?
Adding it to a blog post is a good start (and you can do that with Thrive Architect and the new audio element) but that's just the beginning!
In this post, you'll discover 2 innovative ways to show your latest episode to as many visitors as possible, combining the new audio element with Thrive Leads.
In this article, you’ll discover how you can build a custom element that you can use in your blog posts to highlight a certain idea and keep the attention of your readers at the same time!
We call it "The Highlight Box":
Check out our first post about Fancy Dividers that we added to Thrive Architect a while ago. In that article, you can learn how to use the fancy dividers to create a simple design layout with Thrive Architect.
The example that I show in that video was built by myself, not the designers, so you know it's not that hard to create...
Example of a highlight box used in one of our blog posts
It was brought to our attention by one of our members, Karen McCamy, that it would be cool to show you guys how to build this element and use it in your own blog posts!
According to MarketingDonut, 92% of salesmen give up after their 4th sales call, while 80% of their prospects say “No” four times before they say “Yes”.
What does that tell you?
That sales don’t happen instantaneously. Especially in the online world. You can’t just display a “Buy Now” button on your site and expect your sales to go through the roof…
You need to take your visitors on a journey, which some online marketers call a funnel.
In a sales funnel, you'll lead your visitors through four stages before they ultimately decide to become your customers. And each of these stages is as important as the other.
So fasten your seatbelt, because we’re about to look at each part of this journey together so you'll then be able to turn your online visitors into longtime customers!
When you think of a quiz, you think of something fun, right?
I’m guilty of that, too. Probably because I’ve been seeing a ton of Buzzfeed quizzes on Facebook and Twitter. And frankly, a lot of them were hilarious!
But… There’s always a but...
Quizzes have soooo much more potential than just being something fun. For example, you can use them to build your email list!
You asked for it, and we delivered!
Don’t forget to watch the video to see how you can use the fancy dividers to build awesome, design-approved layouts in Thrive Architect!