Mobile Editing, Margins and Paddings and Background Section Layering in Thrive Architect

This is the first "landing page from scratch" video featuring Thrive Architect, the new visual editor that will soon replace Thrive Content Builder.

Now that you know that there is no risk of ever losing your content with Thrive Architect, I hope you're getting really excited for all the new design possibilities...

In this video, you'll discover what it feels like to work with the new plugin and get an idea of the layouts and content you can create with the new plugin.

The Content Lock-In Problem: What Happens With Your Thrive Architect Content if You Delete the Plugin?

Today, we're answering questions that we received many times, regarding our upcoming visual editor for WordPress, Thrive Architect.

We learned from our users that many don't use Thrive Content Builder or other visual editors to create their blog content. And this is true even if they prefer the convenience and speed of the visual editor.

Why?

Because of looming worries: sure, the visual editor is good now, but will it still be around a few years from now? Will it continue being updated and getting support? What if I can't use it anymore, at some point? What if I have to deactivate this plugin, at some point in the future?

It's a legitimate concern - no one wants to lose their blog content all of a sudden.​

In this post, we look at this issue closely and give you a preview of how our upcoming Thrive Architect editor will handle this.​

Thrive Content Builder 2.0… New Name Revealed

TCB 2.0 is the code name we've been using internally and externally when referring to the new version of Thrive Content Builder. But simply calling it 2.0 didn't feel right... The new visual editor is not just a new version of the same old plugin. It's a complete overhaul.

That's why we felt we needed a brand new name for this plugin!

And now, it's time to reveal this! But rather then directly telling you, let's make it fun and play a game.

What is a 5 Second Test?

If there's one thing that sets a good website apart from a bad website, it's clarity.

When you arrive on a well designed website, it's instantly clear what the site is about and what you can do next. A bad website, on the other hand, leaves visitors confused with ambiguous messaging.

So, how can you make sure that your website scores highly on the all important factor of clarity? Do a 5 second test!

Here’s What to Put on Your Blog’s Homepage Besides, Well… Blog Posts – Website Review

Putting blog posts on your affiliate blog's homepage seems like the logical thing to do right?

But what might not be so quite so obvious is... what else to put on there.

Your affiliate blog's homepage is actually one of the best places to push for conversions, and in today's website review video, we're going to give you the exact recipe you need to make that happen.

While we're focusing mainly on affiliate blogs, this recipe will be helpful for any type of blog. 

Thrive Nuggets: Get Higher Open and Click-through Rates

We know you're busy running your business.

You don't always have time to do the things you would like to do to improve your conversion rates. Especially those who take days to implement.

That's why we created Thrive Nuggets. 

A Thrive Nugget is one action that you can take in under 10 minutes that will help increase your conversions.

Sounds good? Check out the first nugget.​

The 5 Types of Blog Posts that Need to Be Part of Your Content Marketing Strategy

The more you publish on your blog, the more traffic you get. This is a general rule in content marketing and it's backed by many studies. But what kind of content should you be creating? And what's the point in getting more traffic, if the traffic doesn't also lead to more conversions?

To grow you business and not just increase a vanity metric in your analytics dashboard, it's clear that you have to be strategic about what kind of content you create.

In this post, you'll discover the 5 types of content you should be publishing regularly. Knowing the 5 post types makes it a lot easier to figure out what to write next. Plus, if you create posts of each of these types, you'll have a strong blog that attracts traffic, builds your brand and converts readers into customers.

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