Your website's header is one of the few things that may show up on every single page on your website. Add to that its prominent position on the page and it becomes clear: the header is a critical element.
But what does a good header - one for a conversion focused website - actually look like? What should you add in your header? What are the dos and don'ts?
In this post, you'll discover the answer to all of these questions.
In today's post, I want to share my reply to a question sent to us by a reader. I was hesitant about publishing this, but I believe it will help you understand where we're coming from and I hope that it might also spark a useful discussion that can help us further improve our products.
In today's edition of the Friday Website Review we once again take a close look at a Thrive reader's website and find as many things to learn from it as possible.
The main focus in this example lies in two areas: how you can use content to generate more of the right kind of traffic and how you can optimize an ecommerce buying experience.
When generating leads on your website, should you ask for a name and an email address? Or should you ditch the name field and just ask for an email address?
There's a clear trend towards just asking for the email and one of our readers asked for some clarification on this topic. Watch the video to get the inside scoop on the name field debate.
There are countless ways in which a website can be improved. In our last Friday Website Review, many of you agreed that one of the best ways to learn is by looking at real-life examples instead of just presenting theory.
So, this week we're back with a new website review, including many small improvements you can make quickly and one major change that can completely transform you website (for the better).
Content upgrades are a way to build your list that suits blogging and content marketing perfectly - and they are all the rage right now.
Should you make use of this strategy as well? And how should you implement content upgrades on your site? Today's video is my answer to these questions. Plus: in the post below you'll find links to the best tutorials and resources you need, to make it happen.
Welcome to our first ever Friday Website Review! In this series, we'll have a look at a reader submitted website each week and provide suggestions on how the site can be improved for better performance and more conversions.
Some of the main takeaways from today's video are about how you can optimize images on your site and make changes to increase the clarity (i.e. make the site less confusing for visitors).
A question I've been asked often lately is "how do you create the images and graphics for your posts?"
I've always tried to add a visual component to all of my posts and pages, but with image licensing issues and complicated design tools, it's not easy to create visually appealing posts without wasting a lot of time.
In this video, I present a simple (and free) solution anyone can use to create better website graphics.
Have you ever looked at a page on your site and thought to yourself: "how can I improve this? Where should I start?"
Watch today's video and that will no longer be a problem for you!
In this video, you'll discover a simple set of questions that you can use to systematically improve and streamline and post, page, landing page or even an entire website.