You may have noticed that the latest release of Thrive Architect is full of awesome new features.
In recent posts, we’ve showcased a few of these upgrades including the Global Button Styles and Scroll Behavior features.
And we're not slowing down any time soon. Today we're announcing yet another email marketing tool integration for our Lead Generation forms in Thrive Themes plugins.
Creating online courses on your website can be an intimidating task.
With lessons to plan, visual, audio and text media to craft as well as checklists and course workbooks to create, there’s a lot to be done before launch day.
To do all that, you'll need to focus on creating great content instead of wasting precious time worrying about how it all looks. That's not to say design isn't important, it's just not what you should be spending very much time on.
That’s why we just added 14 new content box templates to Thrive Architect’s Styled Box element to help you achieve your course design objectives.
In the info-product world, it can be hard to think outside the box.
Case in point, when it comes to online courses and how to use them for growing your business, it may strike you that there are only two good applications for them:
But is that really all you can use Ecourses for to help build your online business?
Heck no… allow me to show you the ways!
Ponder these song lyrics for a moment:
If language is sound, and sound is music, well then that sounds like music is language.
But if music is sound, and sound is language, then that means language is music.
That logic brings your attention to the similarities between learning music and learning language, right?
Because when you think about it, most people find learning music much less intimidating than learning a new language. In fact, why are we not all learning foreign languages through songs rather than sounds?!
But if such logic is sound, is it sound enough to grow a profitable online language business on?
Actually, it definitely takes more than clever lyrics to make an info-product venture succeed.
Believe it or not, there’s an art to creating video thumbnails that help make viewers go “CLICK”.
As insignificant as they may seem, don’t overlook the importance of your video thumbnails or you’ll be leaving lots of viewer engagement on the table.
In this quick post, I’m going to show you 7 thumbnail creation tips to attract more views while uniquely branding your video content at the same time.
Read on to learn how you can level up your video thumbnail game to get more views and boost your online conversions.
Sounds crazy, but you don't want to increase your site's traffic...
What you really want is to boost your site's value per visitor.
That's the metric you must pay attention to if you're building a conversion focused online business.
While most Search Engine Optimization (SEO) gurus teach all kinds of ways to boost your "traffic", what you should focus on is attracting the right kind of traffic (i.e. visitors with a higher conversion potential) whenever someone mentions "traffic" to you.
With that preamble in mind, I want to teach you a basic keyword research strategy for your online business in this post.
Is a lack of web experience keeping you from making progress in your online business?
If so, this story is for you.
Although you may think it takes a web design background, a team of professional designers, and years of copywriting experience to make money online, that's just a tidy excuse to keep yourself from trying.
Recently, we released our new Symbols Feature for Thrive Architect.
The Symbols Feature is a design component that allows you to have multiple synchronized instances of a “thing” you design for your website.
What’s that mean exactly? Modifying one instance of a Symbol will automatically update all the other instances of that Symbol – instantly – across your site.
Color me impressed, but it looks like you've got a product to sell on your website now!
That's fantastic, but hold up a sec before you publish your "Buy Now" button...
Even though you can ditch your clunky pricing table plugin to use Thrive Architect's fully customizable pricing table element instead, let’s pump the brakes to discuss what makes a good pricing table in the first place.
I know you want to jump straight into building an eye catching one with tons of fancy features — like toggle switches and buy buttons that POP — but you should learn how the conversion focused nuts and bolts of pricing tables go together first and work your way up to the visual flare from there.
Let’s say – like most people in the online business world – you didn’t go to college to get a fancy marketing or business degree.
In fact, you bloomed a little later when it came to taking your first steps as a solopreneur.
Perhaps you studied a completely different subject at university, worked for years in the corporate world or earned your living practicing a vocation of some kind.
At first glance, people might think such a backstory would disqualify you from becoming a solopreneur...but they'd be wrong.