WordPress Tags vs. Categories – Learn How to Use Them on Your Website

WordPress Tags vs Categories: when should you use them on your blog, and what exactly is the difference between them? If you're reading this, you've probably got some system or other, for how you apply them to your content.

But how much do you really understand about categories and tags? How exactly are they different from each other? And how should you use them to get the most SEO benefit and make your website engaging and easy to navigate?

In this post, you'll discover everything you could reasonably want to know (plus a bit more) about categories and tags.

New Online Course Sales Page Template Available in Thrive Architect

When it's time to sell your online course… you need a high-converting sales page. 

As part of our continuing dedication to help you sell more, we’ve just released a brand new sales page template specifically designed for selling online courses.

It's incredible! You'll find step-by-step copywriting instructions, an editable box-shot, a sticky call-to-action button, beautiful module boxes, an "About the Teacher" section, dynamic pricing tables and more!

And it all follows our research-backed sales page structures and blueprints. Watch the video and read on to see how it works!

The Perfect Low Priced Online Course Sales Page

“Aaargh!” Ctrl + Z.

I had revised my first sales page over 80 times and still hated it!

So many unanswered questions swirled in my head because I had no idea what even made a sales page that converts.

  • Should the headline be the product name? Uhhh…. *shrug*
  • Do I need to move those product images further down the page? Let’s try… nope, that’s worse!
  • Where do I list the price? Maybe the top- No! The bottom. Maybe the middle…?

All this stress, uncertainty and time lost… just to sell a mere $50 course?!

Now many years later and wiser, I’ve put together the ultimate research article of sales pages for low-priced online courses, so you don’t have to go through the frustrations I did.

This article even comes with a brand new sales page blueprint designed for selling low-to-mid priced online courses for between $19 and $250. Read on!

Everything You Need to Know About Website Color Schemes & How to Pick One Today

Let’s face it. It’s easy to get derailed when trying to build a website for your business. Hell, it’s easy to get derailed at any point of your business. (I got derailed just trying to write this post…)

In August, we talked about one of the most common reasons we hit the brakes early in the site building process, the logo, and what to do about it.

Another early roadblock new entrepreneurs run into, picking website color schemes.

And if you’re one of the lucky ones who spent way more time than you needed researching, iterating, thinking about, pulling your hair out about, etc,. your logo, you were sure to come across copious amounts of information about how to choose the best color scheme for your brand.

How to Set Up Conversion Tracking in Google Analytics

If you want to get any kind of useful data out of Google Analytics, you need to set up goal tracking. Once you're Google Analytics conversion tracking is set up—such as opt-ins and purchases in analytics—you can start finding out where your most valuable traffic is coming from, where you're losing valuable traffic and much more.

Read on for a step-by-step tutorial on how to create and track conversion goals in Google Analytics.​

Membership vs. One-Off Courses – Which is the Better Business Model?

If you want to create an information product business, should you sell individual courses or create a membership site?

The answer seems simple: go for the membership! After all, who doesn't want to get paid every month, forever more?

In reality, things aren't quite that straight forward, though. Read on to find out what the best solution really is...

How To Automate Your Coaching Client Bookings with Thrive Architect

If you run an online coaching business, you know that scheduling new clients can quickly become a logistics nightmare.

First the client reaches out to work with you by email...

...then you have to reply to their inquiry with all your basic explainer info as well as possible times for them to schedule their initial consult call.

But then they respond saying that the times you suggested aren’t possible — and don't offer any alternatives!

Pretty soon, you find yourself in a time consuming game of email ping-pong before the appointment time gets locked down. But of course the inevitable happens...

said client totally forgets about the call and no shows on you: Rinse. Recycle. Repeat.

If you’re an online coach, this sort of scheduling nightmare needs to become a thing of the past, but how?

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