In Day 6 of Upgrade Opt-in Week we've added 2 sets of opt-in form templates to Thrive Leads called Typography.
These opt-in forms shine in their simple costumization because the font is what grabs the attention.
We've imagined these forms for a (WooCommerce) E-commerce website offering a discount as opt-in bribe.
Let me show you how you can take full advantage of these opt-in forms to
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!
Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle...
And in essence, both the "wiggle, wiggle, wiggle" Jason sings about and the hover animations do the same thing:
Attract the audience's attention
Do you want your opt-in forms to pop? We've got just the thing for you!
Check out the video to see the new opt-in form templates set called Fading Image. These templates combine eye-catching, modern design with every conversion feature you've already come to know and love from our products.
This set is included with your copy of Thrive Leads.
Sally's about to travel to Italy and arrives on your website where she finds the perfect opt-in offer "A local’s guide to Rome’s gourmet food scene". However, when she's about to download it, the opt-in button states "Submit".
She's confused and slightly worried... Will she get the guide if she submits the form?
She closes your site and goes back to Google to look for another option.
Bummer, right? She was your perfect lead. But that one word triggered a feeling of uncertainty that made her leave.
How can you make sure to avoid this type of anxiety in your visitors' mind?
The answer: Specific call-to-action (CTA) buttons.
Bulleted lists and numbered lists are the backbone of any well structured piece of content.
You'll want to use them in blog posts, comparison pages, landing pages, sales pages, opt-in forms and anywhere else you care about grabbing your readers' attention.
But let's be honest... The basic unordered and ordered list in the text editor are kinda boring and won't cut it if you're looking to impress your visitors and get them to convert.
That's why in Thrive Architect, our visual editor for WordPress, you have the styled list and the numbered list element. Both of these offer such a wide range of cutomization options that you'll find yourself creating lists just for fun (or is that just me?).
Let me show you!
In today's video, follow along and watch over my shoulder as I build a complete lead generation funnel from scratch.
And it's not just any old funnel, it's one that's optimized for high conversions and built to give your new subscribers a satisfying and smooth signup process. First impressions count and with this method, you'll make a shining first impression!
I’m sure you’ve come across this type of article:
"342 Tools and Resources You Need in Your Online Business"
If upon reading that title your first thought is:
How the F** am I supposed to run a business when I have to invest my precious time into signing up, learning and mastering all of those?
I can assure you, you’re not alone.
The truth is, these type of lists are not made to help the reader, they are made to drive traffic to the website and (often) to earn affiliate commissions.
Now, I consider it part of my job to stay informed about the newest tools and I can sincerely say that we tested almost all of them.
And because we did, you don’t have to!
In this list you’ll only find tools we’ve tested and use (almost) daily in our content marketing.
Why did nobody teach me that sooner?
That's what was going through my head watching this Gordon Ramsay video on how to finely chop an onion.
Knowing this technique saves me a lot of time and (literally) tears.
Often, discovering professional tricks like this feel like discovering a unicorn that was hidden in plain sight all along.
In this video, you'll discover such a technique for Thrive Architect.