You may have noticed that we’ve been a little absent from posting educational content on our Thrive Themes blog lately.
If you’ve been wondering what happened, not to worry... we didn’t forget about you. ;-)
Our team was actually hard at work on an important content project we think you’re really going to enjoy.
In fact, it’s now time to share the most epic piece of free content we’ve ever created.
The first ever Ultimate Guide from Thrive Themes — built entirely with Thrive Architect of course!
It's a detailed roadmap for aspiring solopreneurs teaching how to bootstrap an online business with very limited resources (a.k.a. time and money).
Did you already start reading this guide? We’d love to know what you think by leaving us a comment at the end of this blog post!
If you’ve been interested in building an online business, then we’re sure you've already heard that they’re scalable, affordable and can yield high returns.
But amidst the ocean of hype out there promising “overnight success” and — let’s face it — BS advice, how do you really know where to start?
If you’ve been following Thrive Themes for a while now, then you know we encourage new solopreneurs to create and sell online courses on their WordPress website.
And one of the reasons why we recommend this is because the barriers to get started are so low while the margins on course sales are high.
However, the power behind online courses isn’t limited to just paid products. You can use courses to help grow your audience, build your mailing list and even educate visitors about your brand too!
You can do this by hosting everything from Premium Courses to Lead Magnet Courses to Brand Education Courses using our Thrive Apprentice online course plugin integrated with the SendOwl digital product delivery and payment gateway tool.
But first, let’s look at how these three different types of courses can be used across your online course based business...
In a previous Thrive Themes blog post, we explained how you can use a pre-designed landing page template to get your new online coaching clients to book their own “free consult” appointments with you.
Now, I thought my tutorial was a pretty slick example of how you can integrate an automated scheduling tool with Thrive Architect.
But after publishing, one of our readers quickly showed us an even more efficient way to do it by adding Thrive Leads to the mix:
So are you ready to follow Stephen’s lead and learn how to upgrade your New Coaching Client generation page with a Thrive Leads ThriveBox (a popup lightbox that’s triggered on text, image or button click)?
Awesome sauce! Read on...
“I know how to create great content for my website...but how can I do it better, faster and with fewer headaches?!”
That’s the big question a lot of online business owners start asking themselves whenever their content marketing starts to drag.
If you produce blog content for your website on a frequent schedule, I’m sure you’ve felt this frustration before.
So to help you get a step ahead of that relentless publishing monster, this post will show you 20 + 1 must have Chrome extensions you should’ve been using yesterday to accelerate your content creation process.
If you run an online coaching business, you know that scheduling new clients can quickly become a logistics nightmare.
First the client reaches out to work with you by email...
...then you have to reply to their inquiry with all your basic explainer info as well as possible times for them to schedule their initial consult call.
But then they respond saying that the times you suggested aren’t possible — and don't offer any alternatives!
Pretty soon, you find yourself in a time consuming game of email ping-pong before the appointment time gets locked down. But of course the inevitable happens...
… said client totally forgets about the call and no shows on you: Rinse. Recycle. Repeat.
If you’re an online coach, this sort of scheduling nightmare needs to become a thing of the past, but how?
Have you had the chance to use our recently released Header & Footer feature in Thrive Architect yet?
It can open up a HUGE range of new conversion focused possibilities for your website.
In fact, one online design trend we’ve noticed quite a bit lately is what we like to call the Double Header.
Read on to learn exactly what double headers are, see a breakdown of 18 real life examples and learn how you can build your own conversion focused Double Header using the Headers & Footers feature now available in Thrive Architect!
We've released a new feature for our Thrive Architect plugin for WordPress that makes it easier than ever before to create professionally designed content quickly.
It's a new Thrive editor element called the Content Block and provides you with predesigned template blocks that are 100% customizable to meet your website's unique needs.
We created this new element to help you build better looking content faster with far fewer editing steps.
Watch the video above and read the post below to learn exactly how the new Content Block element will help you create professionally designed landing pages and higher quality blog posts in waaay less time.
"Today’s guest post comes from Robert Allen, a direct response copywriter and email expert. Robert’s worked with some of the biggest marketers and online business people on the planet... Folks like Ramit Sethi, Dr. Axe, Agora Financial and more. After sending over 1 billion emails and helping generate over $50 million in sales, he noticed a secret Andre Chaperon and other top marketers were using to get incredible results from small email lists. It’s called a Multi-Page Presell Site and it might change the way you think about building your email list from today on. Take it away, Robert!"
- Matt from Thrive Themes
In this post, I’m going to reveal a cutting edge strategy Andre Chaperon, Todd Brown and Rocky Ullah are using to turn tiny mailing lists of fewer than 1,000 people into 6 and 7-figure sales.
But I won’t just show you what they’re doing. I’ll also give you a 5-step process you can use to get big results from a small email list of your own. Plus, I’ll reveal two additional ways to get even more income from your email subscribers... that almost nobody is using right now.
One of the most sought after video effects that we use in our Thrive Themes tutorial videos is the Bubble Effect.
With it, you can use your computer screen to teach while showing off your personality in front of the camera at the same time.
Historically however, deploying the Bubble Effect has had one big drawback: it required costly video editing software to pull off (Adobe Premiere CC).
But now for some good news: there's a cool new tool available to you (that doesn't require money and a massive learning curve) to get the Bubble Effect in your videos.
It’s hard to describe how powerful the Thrive Architect content builder can be when it comes to creating landing pages for your online business.
Whether it’s a homepage, sales page, squeeze page, or ultimate guide, the design firepower Thrive Architect gives you is hard to beat.
But because there are soooo many features at your fingertips, it can be hard to appreciate all the lesser known tools that also offer some serious design bite.
That’s why, if you’re a Thrive Architect user who hasn’t had time to learn its full compliment of capabilities, we decided to put the following list of feature hacks together so you can quickly expand your Thrive editor repertoire.
Keep reading to learn 7 Thrive Architect feature hacks you can start using right now to meaningfully level up your landing page and blog post designs.