We've just released a new cheat sheet that will help you grow your list faster and turn your website into a more effective lead generation machine.
Get the guide and some further details here:
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.
Our focus at Thrive Themes is to provide you with tools that help you build conversion-optimized pages, sites and content. Lead generation has always been an important part of this and over the course of the last few updates, the list-building capabilities of Thrive Content Builder have steadily improved.
This post will serve as an overview over all the ways you can use the plugin to capture email addresses.
A few weeks ago, we asked you to send in examples of pages you created using the pre-release version of Thrive Content Builder - and you delivered!
This post is to celebrate what we found the be the most interesting pages, offer you some inspiration for your own website and of course, name the winner of the contest.
Let's get right on with it:
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.