"Good Afternoon! Would you like to know when our next exposition is happening?" the museum clerk asks when you walk in.
"No, thank you. I'm just looking around for now" you answer.
"Okay, enjoy the photo exhibition, sir."
15 minutes later, after you've made your way through, decided you loved the exhibition and want more, you stop to ask the clerk: "Excuse me, how can I stay informed about what happens at the museum?"
"Simply give me your name and email sir and I'll add you to our list."
2 minutes later, while walking out, you're reading the welcome email on your phone and starting to plan which exposition to explore next weekend.
Now imaging what would have happened if after greeting you, the clerk simply disappeared... Would you still have signed up?
Same holds true for your website visitors. If they can't find where to sign up, they will just leave, never to be seen again.
Discover how the Sticky Slide-in can fix that problem for you!
Traffic doesn’t matter.
Please don’t boo me off stage just yet... Give me a few minutes to explain why this is.
When we talk about A/B testing, the very first concern people always have is: Do I have enough traffic?
Harry's comment on the Thrive Optimize A/B testing webinar sums it up perfectly:
"This sounds all very well, but the requirement is that you need a lot of traffic on your website to have enough data to do A/B testing."
And I understand where he’s coming from, but the full story is more nuanced than that...
For Christmas we made a super valuable offer to our members. We organized a Conversion X-mas contest that allowed them to win a complete landing page make-over. This included a new custom design made by our designers and marketing and copy writing advice from the marketing team.
Hundreds of members sent in their pages and 5 of them got picked to get marketing and design advice to increase their conversions.
Today we're showing you the before and after we did for our first winner. This landing page is a lead generation landing page.
Watching what we did for this landing page will surely give you some inspiration on how to improve yours! Let's dive right in.
One of the biggest advantages of using a visual editor like Thrive Architect is that you can use pre-designed elements.
This makes building a page or writing a compelling blog post so much easier and faster.
In the latest update of Thrive Architect, we've added 3 new elements that will help you do just that. Let me show you.
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 pages included in Thrive Architect.
Tony clearly has a problem with lightboxes and the 69 thumbs-up reactions on his Facebook comment prove he isn't the only one.
Whenever lightboxes or "pop-ups" are mentioned, you'll find reactions like these:
“Lightboxes are annoying!”
“When I see a lightbox I simply leave”
“You’ve lost ALL credibility”
But let me tell you a (data backed) story…
When we decided NOT to do any discounts on Black Friday and give half of the revenue of membership sales to charity instead, we did not know what was going to happen...
Would people still buy our products? Would Black Friday mean a huge drop in sales or would our potential customers be on board to make an impact in the world?
Let me show you the results.
As a local business, you need "Google insurance".
You want to control what someone sees when entering your business name in a search engine.
The only way to control your web presence is through your own website.
But you don't need all the bells and whistles an online business needs. You need a simple and clean solution to show off what you're doing, how customers can get in touch and provide some social proof.
If you're a freelancer, looking for a job or simply learning all the ins and outs of Thrive Architect you're in for a treat.
In this landing page from scratch video, I'll guide you through setting up a résumé (or curriculum vitae) one-page website.
Plus, if you don't feel like creating the page from scratch, you can load the template shown here, directly in Thrive Architect.