Many great features that make it easy to collect and display testimonials. It makes the whole process a lot less awkward.
Very user friendly, and can be used with or without Thrive Content Builder.
One-time payment, 3 licenses. Fair prices, but the Advanced and Pro licenses are far better deals.
Summary: Thrive Ovation is more than just a testimonial management plugin - it's an all-in-one solution for testimonial collection, management, and display. It removes the painful and awkward process of asking for testimonials, makes managing them a breeze, and displays them beautifully with fully customizable templates.
Note that these discounts are only valid during the launch period,
which ends on Tuesday, 13th September 2016 at midnight Pacific time.
Update: The launch discount has been extended, but reduced from 50% to 25% off.
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Some of my readers who read my review of The Rankings Institute have asked me what kind of results can be obtained with the course.
We’ve all bought courses before where we followed everything to the letter and still didn’t see any results – sometimes it seems like only the experts who have been doing SEO and internet marketing for years are able to get the rankings and traffic we all dream of.
So to give you proof that these methods can be used successfully by everyone, I contacted some of my fellow Rankings Institute members and asked if I could share their results and screenshots with you. A big thank you to all those who agreed! 🙂
You will see the results vary – this is because every niche is different, and everyone chose which techniques to implement according to their budget and time constraints. I wanted to give you all a realistic view of what kind of results can be achieved, and so I didn’t pick and choose only the best results to show you.
Sorry for the delay in getting up the next part of my Forever Affiliate review. Things have been crazy at work this week, and I had to work overtime during the weekend as well. My arms, wrists and hands have been hurting a lot from working on the computer for so many hours each day, and after work I just couldn’t bring myself to continue working on the PC.
I might get some time off in the next week, so I’ll continue my review then – unless my arms are feeling worse!
I’ve had a tingling feeling in my left hand for over a week, and yesterday I had to stop working for awhile because the pain was so bad.
I have this weird microwaveable sack of grain with essential oils that’s supposed to be for neck pain, but it’s the perfect length for my arms. So I tried heating that up and resting my arms on it for awhile, and then wrapped it around my wrists. It doesn’t stay hot for very long though, so I had to do that twice before I was able to continue working.
I just wanted to post an update on my Squidoo lenses. A few weeks ago I wrote here on Chronic Blogger about back pain I was getting from working at the computer too much. A few days after that we got an electric back massager, and it really helped with the pain. That gave me the idea to do a lens on handheld electric back massagers.
I haven’t made any sales yet with either of my lenses, though this one is doing much better than my lens about treadmills is. It’s almost got the same amount of Squidlikes, a couple of comments, and it’s had a lot more traffic than the treadmill lens this week.
If you’re an internet marketer or if you’re trying to earn a living online, you probably spend a lot of time working at a desk in front of your computer. I don’t have a good posture when I sit at my desk, and I think I spend about 13 hours sitting here each day.
I often have a slight backache and/or neck pain, but for the last 2 days the pain in my lower back and right hip was so bad that my mom lent me her soft back brace and I spent half of the first day lying down and in pain. I also had the flu and my pet goldfish died, so I was quite miserable!
Anyway, after I took a pain pill and lay down for a few hours it started to get more bearable, but it still hurt. Doing some stretches helped a bit (especially swiveling my hips alla Ricky Martin, lol!). Then I remembered that a few weeks ago I had pinned a link on my Pinterest Health & Fitness board to some yoga exercises for people with desk jobs, and then of course I’d promptly forgotten about it!