We've added a new feature to Smart Landing Pages (and it's a big one):
In Smart Landing Pages, we already made it incredibly easy for you to change the colors of the landing page, but we took it one step further. We added a selection of pre-made color palettes guarantee to be designer approved.
Check out the video to see color palettes in action
A jumplink or an anchor link is a link to a target that is located on the same page.
You've always been able to add jumplinks in Thrive Architect by adding an ID in the HTML attributes section... but it wasn't very user friendly.
That's why we now made it easier than ever to add jumplinks to your site.
Check out the video tutorial above to see how to use this new feature to your advantage.
Making a conversion focused website is one thing... Keeping it up to date is a whole other beast.
How confident are you that you can quickly change your address or phone number EVERYWHERE on your site?
If you're like most entrepreneurs, your answer is probably: "Not very!" or "That would take me a couple of hours."
That's the exact problem we're solving with Global Fields.
Watch the video for a full tutorial on what it is and how to use it!
You bought your domain name, set up a hosting account and installed WordPress. Technically, you have a website... but you don't have any of the actual content ready yet.
Luckily, while you're working on getting that conversion focused website up and running you can already start collecting leads.
Let me show you how to do this with the new Coming Soon landing page sets included in Thrive Architect.
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.
The good news is that you can fix them in 4 simple steps!
Discover how to:
Ready? Let's get started!
“Elephant, e-le-phant, c’mon say elephant”
“Yes! Almost! Elephant.”
This went on for hours, me pointing out an animal in the book and my one-and-a-half-year old niece trying to repeat the names.
By the end of our afternoon together, she learned a few new words all while having fun.
And just as easily and effortlessly as children learn to speak by imitating the grownups, you learn new marketing skills this way too.
We call it “The Mirror Method”