What makes great content great?
To find out, we want to learn from the master. And the master is some awesome content, in this case. We already had a go at this in part 1 and today we're back with a second example of an expertly crafted article and lessons we can learn from it.
The article's title is a mouthful: Why UX, UI, CX, IA, IxD, and Other Sorts of Design Are Dumb
This article deals with a niche topic related to design, but even if you don't know the first thing about design,you should stick around. There are gems in here that will help you improve your content marketing, no matter what you write about.
This week, we released a new version of Thrive Architect that is packed to the brim with amazing new features (awesome pricing tables, anyone?). In addition to those, we've also added an improvement to the usability of our visual editor.
Read on to discover how we've made our visual editor faster and easier to use.
Too many online marketers are still trying (and inevitably failing) to succeed with old-school email marketing.
A lot of email marketing advice is based on outdated methods and most list-building tools have failed to stay up to date with the changing landscape of email marketing.
In today's video, you'll discover the 3 most important things you can do to bring your list building up to date (and the features in Thrive Leads that help you do it).
As WordPress users, we all have many things in common. We want to build our own website and we believe that self-hosting is better than being shackled to an expensive subscription plan. We spend way too much time checking out new themes and plugins. And at one point, we've all installed Contact Form 7 and were frustrated to learn that unless we get into the CSS code, yes, it really does look that ugly.
We've added a new element to the Thrive Architect plugin, which will help you out with that last problem.
Check out today's update to learn about our new contact form element and discover the 4 rules for creating the optimal contact form.
It's finally here! In today's video, you get a first look at the new, fully visual theme builder we've been feverishly working on. And there's more information about how you can be among the first to get your hands on it.
Want to see how you can build a modern, sleek and beautiful homepage for a fitness website? In this video, you can watch me build just such a homepage, step by step, using Thrive Architect for WordPress.
If you didn't wake up this morning thinking "I want to see someone build a girly fitness homepage", you should still check this out. This tutorial will show you how to build beautiful layouts for any purpose and you'll discover the best shortcuts and time-saving tricks along the way.
Plus, we've released a whole new set of landing pages, all following this same design style, perfectly suited for a feminine fitness or lifestyle brand.
We've released an updated and modernized version of one of our earliest landing page sets in Thrive Architect. The new set is called "Flat 2.0" and in today's post, you'll discover the pages in this set as well as the many benefits of flat design.
For this case study we moved a site 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 completely updated and improved the design 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).