WordPress Thrive Website Designer

There are about 455 million websites that use WordPress, amounting to an impressive 20% of all self-hosted websites. WordPress is popular because of its ease of use, affordability and thousands of themes and plugins. One great plugin is called Thrive Architect.

It’s a page builder plugin that helps to create appealing visual content and conversion-focused pages for your site. It’s very user friendly and easy to learn, so if you’re already familiar with WordPress, you can carve out a career for yourself as a WordPress Thrive Website Designer. 


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You don’t need any fancy coding skills to use Thrive Architect. It has an intuitive drag and drop builder that you can use to add in text, images, buttons, logos, templates and more. You can also add in video, audio, lists, testimonials, CTAs and so much more. Customization is simple, allowing you to create unique and beautiful pages in a matter of minutes. 

To get started as a WP Thrive Website Designer, it helps to have a fundamental understanding of web design best practices. It’s also good to be familiar with WordPress and its functionality. Aside from that, you need little else to start working. Build a portfolio with Thrive Architect pages you’ve created, perhaps for your own site, and present them to WordPress users to gain clients. With some diligence and creativity, you could launch your career as a WP Thrive Website Designer in no time. 

Here are just a few reasons you should consider becoming a WP Thrive Website Designer:

  • Millions of websites are hosted on WordPress, so there’s a wide client pool.
  • The barriers to entry for this career path are minimal.
  • There’s not much you need to do to get started.

Here is an example of a VBO Niche for a WP Thrive Website Designer
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Primary Niche


Website Designer

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​WordPress Developer

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WP Thrive Website Designer

We provide some great resources to help you get up and running as a WP Thrive Website Designer. If you have questions about becoming a WP Thrive Website Designer, feel free to head over to our Groups and ask there!


TASKS

  • Conceptualizing creative ideas with clients.
  • Testing and improving the design of the website.
  • Establishing design guidelines, standards, and best practices.
  • Maintaining the appearance of websites by enforcing content standards.
  • Designing visual imagery for websites and ensuring that they are in line with branding for clients.
  • Working with different content management systems.
  • Communicating design ideas using user flows, process flows, sitemaps and wireframes.
  • Incorporating functionalities and features into websites.
  • Designing sample pages including colors and fonts.
  • Preparing design plans and presenting the website structure.

PAY

Our research shows the hourly rate charged by VBOs ranges from $20.00 to $80.00. However, the majority seemed to land in the $30.00 to $50.00 per hour range. Factors affecting this variance include geographic location, experience, and level of expertise.


BLOGS

ThriveThemes

The Thrive Themes blog provides valuable information about the Thrive family of WordPress products to optimize your site and generate more income. You’ll definitely learn how to drive conversations and deliver a more seamless user experience to your visitors from the information Thrive Themes shares on their blog.


ThriveThemes Architect

Though not a blog, this is a great site to visit for comprehensive information about Thrive Architect. You’ll learn about all of the special features, and you can browse more than 325 templates. It’s definitely a good starting point if you’re considering Thrive Architect.


COURSES

Udemy

Udemy is a great site for VBOs to sharpen their skills. Their classes typically range from $10.00 - $200.00. However, they are known to have frequent sales with virtually all lessons available for as low as $10.00.


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