How To Use Thrive Content Builder To Build A Landing Page

Thrive Landing Pages Tutorial

If you are working in the digital space whether it be blogging or with a website, eventually you are going to have a need for a landing page. Over the years, I have coded landing pages and I have tried various WordPress Plugins for landing pages.

Finally, I found what I believe to be the best tool for building Landing Pages on WordPress. That tool is Thrive Content Builder.

Today, I am going show you how quickly and easily you can build a landing page with Thrive Content Builder and WordPress.​

How To Use Thrive Content Builder To Build A Landing Page
Today, I am going show you how quickly and easily you can build a landing page with Thrive Content Builder and WordPress.
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Total Time
15 min
Total Time
15 min
  1. Self Hosted WordPress Blog
  2. Thrive Content Builder
  1. Log into WordPress
  2. Click on Pages
  3. Add New Page
  4. Title Your Page
  5. Save Draft
  6. Click on 'Edit with Thrive Content Builder'
  7. Click on 'Thrive Landing Page'
  8. Click on 'Choose Landing Page'
  9. Click on a design
  10. Click on 'Load Landing Page'
  11. Edit Your Page (See video)
  12. Click on 'Save'
  13. Close Tab
  14. In Page Edit Click Publish
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A few tips on building landing pages

From: Hubspot

Get to the point

We all know people have short attention spans -- so why aren’t we considering that in landing page creation? Online audiences tend to avoid reading through an entire page of information. They will, however, “forage” for information by visually scanning the screen until they find what they're looking for. So when designing your landing pages, get straight to the point.

This is probably the most valuable tip of all tips that I have ever read about content in general. Some people say that you have to got to wind up the reader with a great story. However, when it comes to building landing pages, try not to waste someones time.

When I wind up on a landing page such as a sales page, I scroll the bottom right away. Before I even invest my time, I want to know exactly how much that product is going to cost me.

Do you do that?

Spend some time considering how you consume other peoples landing pages. What would you like to see on a landing page? What do you wish that people would skip?

From: Unbounce

21 Landing Page Best Practices

  • A landing page should have a single purpose and thus a single focused message.

I high recommend that you stop by and read all 21 tips. It is so easy to wind up in a situation where you are combining messages on a landing page. Always stop and check yourself to make sure that you are staying on topic and have a focused message.


In the future, you will see a lot more Thrive Content Builder tutorials on this blog. It has become my go-to tool above all other WordPress tools.

I used it to create this blog post, instead of writing in the traditional WordPress editor. TCB (Thrive Content Builder) is not perfect. It has a few annoyances but it is a million times better than anything that I have worked with in my years of doing this.

Also, Thrive is committed to making the best product in the world. Their support team is outstanding and they upgrade the product often. ​

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Renee is wild for WordPress and on fire to empower small business owners with the inspiration, tools and strategies for a healthy blog. SMU CAPE instructor, developer, podcaster. Follow @Iteachblogging on Twitter. Get her FREE SEO Guide Here:

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