Will Black Friday 2019 bring a Thrive Themes Discount?
What about a Cyber Monday Sale? Or a special offer around Christmas? These questions come up quite frequently this time of the year.
Watch the video and read on to find the answer...
Note: This video was made for Black Friday 2018, but we are offering the exact same special again for 2019.
When you save images to use on your site, choosing the right image format matters.
Because the wrong image format means larger file sizes, which means a slower website, which means higher bounce rates and lower conversion rates.
Give me a few minutes of your time and you'll never make that mistake again. Instead, you'll choose the right image format and your site will look better and load faster.
We'll take a look at how to create mobile friendly navigation menu layouts, how to edit your menu styles and how to use the group editing feature.
WordPress Tags vs Categories: when should you use them on your blog, and what exactly is the difference between them? If you're reading this, you've probably got some system or other, for how you apply them to your content.
But how much do you really understand about categories and tags? How exactly are they different from each other? And how should you use them to get the most SEO benefit and make your website engaging and easy to navigate?
In this post, you'll discover everything you could reasonably want to know (plus a bit more) about categories and tags.
If you want to get any kind of useful data out of Google Analytics, you need to set up goal tracking. Once you're Google Analytics conversion tracking is set up—such as opt-ins and purchases in analytics—you can start finding out where your most valuable traffic is coming from, where you're losing valuable traffic and much more.
Read on for a step-by-step tutorial on how to create and track conversion goals in Google Analytics.
If you want to create an information product business, should you sell individual courses or create a membership site?
The answer seems simple: go for the membership! After all, who doesn't want to get paid every month, forever more?
In reality, things aren't quite that straight forward, though. Read on to find out what the best solution really is...
If you want readers to flock to your blog posts, you need to offer something more than a mere wall of text. Formatting your blog post and adding elements of interest isn't just a matter of making it look pretty - it's a matter of getting more traffic and shares, too.
In today's tutorial, you'll discover how you can use the Content Blocks feature in Thrive Architect to quickly upgrade a post from text-only to rich, professionally formatted and fully mobile friendly.
For this case study we moved a website from Wix to WordPress. Moving from a totally different platform to WordPress is quite challenging and as a result, there are many interesting lessons in this case study.
For example, you'll discover how we completed a whole website redesign and built out an entire mini-site using just Thrive Architect and the Symbols feature. I'll also explain exactly what we did to fix the one BIG problem the site had (as well as the many little ones).
In the latest version of Thrive Architect, we've included a brand new feature that will become central to how our templates and landing pages will evolve in 2019: global button styles.
Check out the video to see how this feature can save you a lot of time and to discover the possibilities global styles and global colors will open up in the near future.