In everything we do at Thrive Themes, we always give high priority to speed and convenience. We know that a feature left unused - because it's too time consuming or complicated - is no better than not having that feature at all.
That's what the previous post was about and it's also what today's theme update is about. Watch the video for a quick tour of this much-requested feature:
It's simple: the more people on your mailing list actually open your emails and click on the links inside, the more valuable the list is.
In today's video, I share my personally tried and tested method for ensuring highly engaged email subscribers before they even sign up for my list. Sound strange? Watch the video to see the exact method I use.
Watch the video to learn the 3 things you must know before using any animated elements on your site.
We are thrilled to present the first major update to the Thrive Landing Pages available in the Content Builder.
Watch the video to get a peek at some of the new conversion-optimized templates we've added and a look at what to expect in upcoming releases.
We've made it a point to make both our themes and any Content Builder or Landing Page content you create flexible and easy to customize. But sometimes, you might want to make a change to your theme that you can't find a customizer option for. This is where our custom CSS fields come in.
Watch the video below to see an easy way to tweak and change specific elements on your website, using custom CSS. Don't worry, it's not as complicated as you think:
A good way of keeping visitors engaged on your site for longer and lowering your bounce rate is to add a list or gallery of related posts to the bottom of each blog post. After all, if a someone's just read a post, you can be pretty sure they're interested in more posts on a similar topic.
Watch the video below to see how the Thrive Themes team have taken the "related posts" concept and made it better:
With our new Landing Pages feature, it's easier than ever to create conversion optimized pages... which might lead to the question: do you even need a theme anymore (especially considering that we'll continue adding new page templates for different purposes)?
In this post, you'll discover the difference between landing pages and theme pages, so you'll know exactly when to use which, for the best results.