New in Thrive Architect: Visual Font Setup for Landing Pages

The Thrive Themes team is constantly working on ways to improve our products. Both to make them more useful for you and to make them easier to use.

Today's update is one of my favorite improvements in a long time (maybe it's because I'm a font nerd, but I'll let you be the judge). Setting up and customizing fonts on your landing pages in Thrive Architect just got a whole lot easier and in today's video, I'll show you how it works.

How to Set Up a Coming Soon Page (New Templates Set)

You bought your domain name, set up a hosting account and installed WordPress. Technically, you have a website... but you don't have any of the actual content ready yet.

Luckily, while you're working on getting that conversion focused website up and running you can already start collecting leads.

Let me show you how to do this with the new "Coming Soon" landing pages included in Thrive Architect.

Thrive Architect Improvements & Small Feature Additions

Continually improving and updating our products is part of our core philosophy at Thrive Themes. And whenever we add a major new feature or template, we announce it in a new blog post.

However, we also keep adding smaller updates and improvements that may not warrant their own blog posts, but that you should know about, nonetheless. In today's video, you'll discover the latest crop of such smaller updates we've made to the Thrive Architect editor & landing page builder for WordPress.

Case Study – How David Made $13,000 Selling a Book Online

David did it, with nothing but a copy of Thrive Architect and the payment and product delivery service Gumroad. This simple setup generated him over $13,000 in revenue in his first two months of sales.

In this new Case Study series we’ll be diving deep into exactly how David made it happen. We’ll go through what’s working, how he put it all together and hopefully, give you some invaluable ideas for your own business.

Meet David

David is a 30-year-old marketer and copywriter who was consulting for startups and small businesses - until a few friends made him an offer he couldn’t refuse.

They asked him to join their startup full time as the head of marketing and sales. It was a “Hell Yes!” for David, but there was one problem...

He still had leads flowing in from the consulting business he’d built up, and it seemed a shame to leave all that opportunity on the table.

If only there was a way to systemize and scale his consulting in a way that didn’t require him to exchange his time for money.

We Love to Hate Lightboxes… But Should We Hate Lazy Marketers Instead?

Tony clearly has a problem with lightboxes and the 69 thumbs-up reactions on his Facebook comment prove he isn't the only one.

Whenever lightboxes or "pop-ups" are mentioned, you'll find reactions like these:

“Lightboxes are annoying!”
“When I see a lightbox I simply leave”
“You’ve lost ALL credibility”

But let me tell you a (data backed) story…

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