Calling all Thrive Content Builder pre-release users! Send in your pages and win our admiration (and an Amazon gift card)!
The pre-release frenzy for our first plugin is over and the dust has begun to settle, which has given us time to add a few updates and feature additions. And you’ve had some time to tinker with the new content builder and create some nice pages.
Now, we want to see those pages!
We launched the first version of our new Content Builder plugin on Thursday last week and the response from you has been amazing... thank you.
As you probably know, we always like to do a pre-release deal for new products we create. You get a new piece of software at a great price and we get feature suggestions, real-life testing by many users and much more.
This was no different for this early release of Thrive Content Builder... except for scale. We have never seen this level of enthusiasm or this much interaction from new customers, for what is "just" a small pre-launch.
In the first opt-in form clinic post, we got a very lively reaction and over 30 user submissions for this follow-up post.
After the difficult task of selecting just a few of those, we're now ready to have another look at real examples of opt-in forms and what steps you can take to improve them.
Be warned: in this post, we're going deeper into the topic than before and if you invest the time into reading it, you'll know far more about how to turn your visitors into email subscribers than most people ever will.
Without further ado...
Thrive Leads makes split-testing your opt in forms very easy, but what exactly should you test?
How do you create a really compelling opt-in form to begin with?
To help answer these questions, let's have a look at some real-life examples of opt-in forms along with suggestions on how they could be improved.
We’ve been writing a lot about new features, updates and how to use Hybrid Connect, lately. Sometimes, what the software does isn’t as important as what you can achieve by using it, though.
For that reason, we are proud to introduce a case study, showing how our lead generation plugin made a huge difference to a customer’s website.
The website in question is Mama’s Lebanese Kitchen and as the name implies, it’s all about delicious Lebanese food and how to cook it.
The plugin was first activated on this site in September 2012 and here’s what happened: