7 Little-Known Feature Hacks to Unlock the Potential of Thrive Architect

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.

How To Create a Sales Funnel with Thrive Architect and Thrive Cart

Are you losing customers at the checkout without even knowing it?

Any friction in your online checkout experience will impact your conversions regardless of how convincing your sales page is. 

But creating a seamless sales funnel isn’t always that easy, and often requires integrating multiple additional plugins or tools that won't necessarily play nicely together.

In this video tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a seamless sales funnel that uses a popular product stack, Thrive Themes with Thrive Cart, and how you can deploy the combo to increase your conversions

Here’s Why Sales Funnels Are so Important for Your Online Business

According to MarketingDonut, 92% of salesmen give up after their 4th sales call, while 80% of their prospects say “No” four times before they say “Yes”.

What does that tell you?

That sales don’t happen instantaneously. Especially in the online world. You can’t just display a “Buy Now” button on your site and expect your sales to go through the roof…

You need to take your visitors on a journey, which some online marketers call a funnel.   

In a sales funnel, you'll lead your visitors through four stages before they ultimately decide to become your customers. And each of these stages is as important as the other.

So fasten your seatbelt, because we’re about to look at each part of this journey together so you'll then be able to turn your online visitors into longtime customers!

How To Price Your Online Course

How much should you sell your online course for?

This is a difficult question that most online course creators will spend far too much time on.

Choosing a price for your online course is complicated. Too high and you mightn’t get sales, but too low will undervalue your product and limit your earning capacity.

When the ‘cost-per-unit’ of your product is nearly non-existent, how do you choose the right price? It’s not like each new student costs you extra in physical manufacturing costs.

Let’s have a look at some pricing psychology - the Thrive Themes way - to figure out what you should charge for your online course.

11 Split Test Results That Boosted Conversions (+2 That Didn’t)

You want a high-converting website, don’t you?

You want to maximize how many visitors turn into subscribers, and then go on to become customers.

But now I’m going to look into my Crystal Ball and make a prediction:

“You want perfect high-converting opt in forms right off the bat, don’t you?”

Unfortunately, perfection is a moving target.

As a conversion-focused company, it should come as no surprise to you that we are running AB tests every day and that we seek inspiration in the split tests other marketers have shared online too.

So in this article, we’re going to let you peek over our shoulder at our favourite split test results and show you what it takes to maximize your website’s conversions. 

  • See the data that shows what tests you might want to run
  • Learn how a few clicks can double your mailing list growth… or more
  • Look at what it takes to turn your site into a conversion machine

How to Turn Your Fun Quiz Into a List Building Machine!

When you think of a quiz, you think of something fun, right?

I’m guilty of that, too. Probably because I’ve been seeing a ton of Buzzfeed quizzes on Facebook and Twitter. And frankly, a lot of them were hilarious!

But… There’s always a but...

Quizzes have soooo much more potential than just being something fun. For example, you can use them to build your email list! 

How To Segment Your New Leads To Serve Your Audience Better

So you managed to launch an opt-in offer on your website that’s working well to convert new visitors into happy email subscribers?

Good job my friend... looks like you made it to the first checkpoint in your journey to lead generation success.

But is that all there is to it?

Do you just sit back and relax now that your email list is finally growing... or is there more you can do to make your list of happy subscribers even more valuable?

Indeed, there is a next step in your lead generation journey and (SPOILER ALERT) it’s called lead segmentation. Read on to learn how you can give your email marketing this boost with a few simple strategies.

How To SEO Optimize Old Blog Posts To Boost Your Traffic

Ever get writer's block? Here's something you can do whenever that strikes to give a boost to your blog without having to create a completely new post…

I’m talking about the historical optimization of your old blog posts. Historical optimization means that you optimize your old blog posts so they’re fresh, up-to-date and have the ability to generate increased traffic.

You already know about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and why it’s important for the success of your website. But... optimizing old posts?

If you’ve been blogging for a long time, chances are that you have already published tens, if not hundreds of articles on your blog, so maybe it’s time to dust these forgotten articles off and rework them to become valuable, fresh pieces of content on your website again.

Keep reading to learn how you can recycle some of your old posts to boost your SEO outcomes instead of constantly having to write new articles.

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