How to Tailor Your Website for Different Audiences

What’s THE conversion goal of your website? Difficult question, right? The conversion goal for first time visitors would probably be to subscribe to your email list​. But once they are a subscriber, that conversion goal changes. You no longer want them to become a subscriber, you want them to take the next step and become […]

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New Feature: Notification Manager

I know, I know: “notification manager” doesn’t sound very exciting. But when you see what we built this for, you may just end up doing a happy dance after all.​ For example, what if you need to notify someone by email whenever a new lead signs up on your website? Or what if you want […]

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Hacking a WordPress Botnet

This entry was posted in General Security, Research, WordPress Security on August 23, 2016 by mark   67 Replies While analyzing some of the attacks we see on the Wordfence Web Application Firewall, we discovered code that an attacker was trying to upload that was part of a botnet. In case you’re not in the information security […]

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What Facebook Can Teach You About Landing Page Design

We’re continuing our “landing page from scratch” series due to (very) popular demand. This time around, we’re looking at a landing page example from none other than Facebook – proving that even the Internet’s giants need good landing pages. Check out the video to see what tricks related to typography, “layered” effects and spacing you […]

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We will always put our customers and community first

This entry was posted in General Security, Wordfence, WordPress Security on August 19, 2016 by mark   186 Replies On Tuesday we published a blog post about the 404 to 301 plugin inserting ad links into page content that only search engines could see. This is a technique called cloaking and will incur a penalty from Google. Since […]

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New Post-Optin Options in Thrive Leads

Ever wished you could have visitors opt-in to your mailing list without leaving the original content they were looking at? We know many of you do! More… “ Hi Shane, was the ability to redirect to a state on optin ever added? I don’t want my subscribers to leave the page, I just want them […]

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404 to 301 Plugin Considered Harmful

This entry was posted in Research, WordPress Security on August 16, 2016 by mark   42 Replies Yesterday we received a site cleaning request where one of our customers was seeing spammy links, Payday Loans in this case, injected into their WordPress website page content. The links were only appearing when the site was visited by a search […]

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How to A/B Test Your Landing Pages (Free Method)

One of the major advantages that Thrive Content Builder and Thrive Landing Pages offer is speed of implementation. Thanks to the templates and the fast editor, you can get new pages set up very rapidly. This also means that it it’s no longer very time consuming to set up split-tests and start improving your conversions. […]

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