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.
"No thanks I'd rather pay full price", "No I don't like traffic" or my personal favorite: "No, I want to continue dwelling in my mom's basement".
All of these are statements to click if you want to close a lightbox without opting in...
A while ago we started seeing those rude, passive aggressive and sometimes flat out cruel links everywhere. It got so common there's even a term for using these: Clickshaming.
By writing an undesirable result as the "No thanks" link, the goal is to shame visitors out of clicking (and into subscribing).
But do they work? Do they increase conversions? We decided to test it out and the results may surprise you....
In Thrive Architect you have a wide choice of lead generation landing pages and without needing any other tools you get access to some pretty advanced list building features like 2-step opt-in forms and exit intent lightboxes.
But that's just scratching the surface.
Did you know that you can combine the power of Thrive Leads with Thrive Architect to get detailed statistics and A/B test opt-in lightboxes on your landing pages?
Let me show you!
When beauty meets business...
Lately we've been posting a lot about the design features of Thrive Architect and while in awe of the Photoshop worthy capabilities, it's easy to forget that the plugin has some really impressive list building features under the hood!
If you're serious about building an online business, you need to build a mailing list and Thrive Architect is the only visual editor that gives you the power to create lead generation forms, 2-step opt-in forms and exit intent lightboxes without needing any other add-on or tool.
Let me show you!
I'm sure you've seen them around... Those professional looking header sections with a big "hero" image and a title text on top.
All the pros are using this layout on their website.
But somehow, when you try this on your own homepage, it never looks quite as professional.
Let me show you step by step how to create these gorgeous looking header sections and how to make them look good on desktop AND on mobile.
Mobile website traffic is increasing and will not go down anytime soon. So the question is: how do you convert those visitors into leads?
The answer is most certainly not:
The real solution you need is to use mobile specific opt-in forms.
Discover the 3 levels of mobile optimizations available in Thrive Leads to create a pleasant experience for your mobile visitors.
Opening a link is only the beginning of what can happen when a visitor clicks on a button, text or image.
There are so many more things that could occur.
You could show them additional instructions, a light box, a video ...
This is actually very easy to do with Thrive Architect, but we understand that you might not have time to explore and discover exactly what's possible and how to go about it.
That's why we created this master post to show you some nifty things you can do that you probably didn’t even realize were possible.