Getting your visitor from Point A: 'oh, that looks like something I want' to Point B: actually typing in their payment details can, at times, seem like a monumental leap.
That's why we've created our latest landing page set, an elegant looking sales funnel oozing with conversion boosting elements. The Clickjournalist sales page set in available now in Thrive Architect. You can see a live preview of the set in our Landing Page Gallery.
In the video above I'll show you how to create the pricing page from the set, and explain a few of the conversion triggers that will push your visitor to buy.
In the Internet Marketing world, the term funnel is thrown around more often than insults on a Jerry Springer show.
But what does a funnel even mean? And more importantly, how the heck do you make one out of a random set of pages?
Every once in a while, someone will ask us: why is there no way to sort landing page templates in Thrive Architect by conversion rate?
We get this question because one of our competitors advertises sorting landing pages by conversion rate as a great feature and advantage of their tool. To clarify: we're not talking about the highest converting landing pages on your site, among the landing pages you've used. We're talking about sorting all landing pages templates based on the average conversion rates of all users.
At first glance, this might seem like good idea. I mean, who wouldn't want to be able to pick the highest converting template to start with?
In this post, I'll explain why sorting templates by conversion rate is wrong on, like, SO MANY levels...
In Thrive Architect you have a wide choice of lead generation landing pages and without needing any other tools you get access to some pretty advanced list building features like 2-step opt-in forms and exit intent lightboxes.
But that's just scratching the surface.
Did you know that you can combine the power of Thrive Leads with Thrive Architect to get detailed statistics and A/B test opt-in lightboxes on your landing pages?
Let me show you!
These days, any self-respecting WordPress theme or plugin will be mobile responsive by default, meaning that it will resize and rearrange to fit medium and small screens.
But if you want to make your content not just mobile responsive but truly mobile friendly, there's more to it than just installing a responsive theme and calling it a day.
If you've ever wondered: "how should I create my content/landing pages/opt-in forms for mobile devices?" today's video is the answer you've been waiting for!
This post has been updated to reflect the changes made in the Thrive Architect plugin.
If there's one thing that sets a good website apart from a bad website, it's clarity.
When you arrive on a well designed website, it's instantly clear what the site is about and what you can do next. A bad website, on the other hand, leaves visitors confused with ambiguous messaging.
So, how can you make sure that your website scores highly on the all important factor of clarity? Do a 5 second test!
Putting blog posts on your affiliate blog's homepage seems like the logical thing to do right?
But what might not be so quite so obvious is... what else to put on there.
Your affiliate blog's homepage is actually one of the best places to push for conversions, and in today's website review video, we're going to give you the exact recipe you need to make that happen.
While we're focusing mainly on affiliate blogs, this recipe will be helpful for any type of blog.
We know you're busy running your business.
You don't always have time to do the things you would like to do to improve your conversion rates. Especially those who take days to implement.
That's why we created Thrive Nuggets.
A Thrive Nugget is one action that you can take in under 10 minutes that will help increase your conversions.
Sounds good? Check out the first nugget.
Is your website the face of a product, service or membership? If it is, you may be making the same mistake as the website we're reviewing in this video.
In today’s Website Review, we’re looking at My Fishing Cape Cod, a paid membership site offering a community and resources around fishing at Cape Cod.
The website is home to some fantastically targeted landing pages and copy. So what’s the problem?
Unless button mashing is a hobby, a new visitor would never make it far enough to see those fantastic landing pages. The homepage just doesn’t give them the opportunity to.
How often have you backed out of an article because it looks like a cluttered mess?
You know, when you face a huge wall of text or a page that looks unprofessional, arduous to read or just plain boring?
Then you bounce back to Facebook or whatever tab you were browsing before.
It’s understandable - nobody wants to trudge through a swamp of ugly content.
But here’s the real scary part: what if your readers feel the same when they browse YOUR content?
Great visual design is imperative to keep today's attention deficit users interested.
Luckily, you don’t need to be an artist or have a team of designers at your disposal to create beautiful web content quickly and consistently.
Let's talk about that...
There's a simple principle for optimizing any kind of landing page: make only one offer on the page. Keep everything focused on that one conversion goal you want to lead your visitors to.
But in the real world, things often aren't that simple. Many businesses have multiple offers. Possibly even for multiple, highly diverse target groups. If this is the case, how can you create a good homepage that advertises all your offers without confusing visitors?
That's what we'll discover in today's website review.