Be honest with me…
The chances you’re going to read this whole article from start to finish are pretty much zero, right?
It’s ok, no offense taken.
Even though it’s Thrive and you LOVE our content, it’s just hard to get through a 3000 word article on anything these days.
Attention and time are precious commodities that we don’t (and can’t) give away lightly.
So how are you meant to convince visitors to give away 1+ hours of their time to watch your webinar...?
By creating a ridiculously convincing webinar registration page, that’s how!
So here’s three of the best webinar landing page examples we could find — deconstructed. You’ll see what works, what doesn’t, and how you can create a high converting webinar landing page of your own.
“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.
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!
A visitor arrives at your website to read an article. 3 weeks later you receive a payment notification telling you that they just bought the most highly priced product you sell.
But here’s the magic: You didn’t do anything during those 3 weeks, yet the visitor moved through a perfectly crafted and optimized marketing funnel that did all the hard work for you.
This is exactly what Ramit Sethi is doing to sell him premium courses.
In this article we'll take a look at the evergreen funnel he created to sell his products on autopilot.
Are you losing customers at the checkout without even knowing it?
Any friction in your online checkout experience will impact your conversions regardless of how convincing your sales page is.
But creating a seamless sales funnel isn’t always that easy, and often requires integrating multiple additional plugins or tools that won't necessarily play nicely together.
In this video tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a seamless sales funnel that uses a popular product stack, Thrive Themes with Thrive Cart, and how you can deploy the combo to increase your conversions
Sales don’t happen instantaneously. Especially in the online world. You can’t just display a “Buy Now” button on your site and expect your sales to go through the roof…
You need to take your visitors on a journey, which some online marketers call a sales funnel.
In a sales funnel, you'll lead your visitors through four stages before they ultimately decide to become your customers. And each of these stages is as important as the other.
So fasten your seatbelt, because we’re about to look at each part of this journey together so you'll then be able to turn your online visitors into longtime customers!
You want a high-converting website, don’t you?
You want to maximize how many visitors turn into subscribers, and then go on to become customers.
But now I’m going to look into my Crystal Ball and make a prediction:
“You want perfect high-converting opt in forms right off the bat, don’t you?”
Unfortunately, perfection is a moving target.
As a conversion-focused company, it should come as no surprise to you that we are running AB tests every day and that we seek inspiration in the split tests other marketers have shared online too.
So in this article, we’re going to let you peek over our shoulder at our favourite split test results and show you what it takes to maximize your website’s conversions.
You’ve worked hard to create an awesome product.
In fact, it’s so good that you are hoping it will sell itself. But, sadly it doesn’t.
It’s up to you to connect with your audience. So you put on your marketing cap (Did ya get that at the marketing store?)
It’s time to write emails, sales pages, blog articles, facebook adverts, heck — anything to try and reach your target market. You need good marketing collateral.
But there’s one consistent problem: no-one bothers reading it.
Your Facebook advert relevance score is sitting around 5 or 6, you’re getting less than 30% open rates on your emails, and the time-on-page report in Google Analytics shows that people are ditching your sales page in less than 8 seconds!
What are you doing wrong?!
You’re sinking money into driving traffic to your sales pages and still they all just bounce, bounce, bounce away.
It feels impossible to cut through the noise and reach your audience, doesn’t it?
And it’s so frustrating because you know your product is good! If people would just give you a chance, they’d quickly see that it’s worth every cent and can make a big impact on their lives.
Other businesses seem to have no trouble finding customers! Why not you? What’s the big conspiracy?
Buckle up, because today you’re going to learn something that could change your marketing game forever.
Creating the feeling of scarcity invokes an emotional reaction. Let's just picture the following situation:
"Five minutes!", my mom shouted. "We're out the door in 5 minutes!"
It was my brother's wedding day and everyone was in a mad rush. The worst part was that my sister was hogging the bathroom and I hadn't even taken a shower yet.
That 5-minute warning gave me a feeling of "Hurry, hurry, hurry!" This is an emotional response that gives a feeling of urgency.
And this is exactly the feeling that a coundown timer creates on your website. It grabs the visitor's attention by saying, "You only have a limited time until this is possibly lost forever" - and this is the power of scarcity marketing.
A timer gets hesitant visitors to take action. More action means more people buying your product. This is why timers are crucial.
How do you design the perfect sales page for your online course?
Your sales page has many jobs: Keep your visitor’s attention, communicate value, outline features and benefits, answer questions and ultimately convince them that it’s worth their investment. It becomes your online salesperson.
No matter how many ads, webinars, emails, or funnels you create… your sales page is the final step.
Screw it up, and your potential customers are lost. You’ve got to get it right.
In this post we dive deep into the specific structures of sales pages for online courses by some of the greatest marketers around. You’ll learn from the best, with sales pages from:
We’re going to pull their pages apart and reverse-engineer the perfect online course sales page blueprint that will get you customers.