Watch this video to see how I made a "sticky" button on my LEAP sales page. (Hint: You can enlarge the video player to fullscreen mode.)
A sticky button makes it much easier for your website visitors to go ahead and buy the product or service you're offering.
Here's what you need:
Thrive Architect is a page builder that includes a host of cool features. This "sticky button" feature is just one of them.
A "sticky" element makes it easy for your website visitors to take action.
As you may have guessed, you can follow these exact same steps to make any element on your page sticky, not just buttons.
You could make any of the following sticky:
There are so many possibilities!
What other uses for this "sticky" feature can you think of?
PS: I created this video demo using Fleeq. It was my very first time using it. How'd I do?
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