In this post, you will find ALL OptimizePress 2.0 elements listed for your quick reference.
An element is a component or object you need to add to your OP 2.0 page, so that it can get your page set up based on the functionality you need. Below you will find 55 of them:
In my previous post, I showed how to build a OptimizePress 2.0 membership site. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to build an ultra clean OP landing page from scratch.
By the way, a landing page is a web page where you want people to land on and take a specific action. It can be either clicking a button, or fill out an opt-in form for your offer.
In the last 4 months alone, WordPress has made 3 major releases — versions 3.6 (Aug 2013), 3.7 (Oct 2013), and 3.8 (Dec 2013). According to W3 Techs site, as of Oct 25th, 2019, 34.9% of all existing websites out there are currently powered by WordPress.
I considered learning WP is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made because the effort and money I’ve invested into mastering WordPress have made me hundreds if not thousands times over. Plus, this has created lots of job opportunities in the marketplace.
If you look at the word ‘entrepreneur’, the dictionary defines its meaning as – “a person who manages and systematizes a business venture, utilizing his or her own initiative, assuming all calculated risks.” The word entrepreneur is so widely used nowadays that everyone can claim to be one. But what does it take to become a qualified one?
In fact, anyone can be an entrepreneur regardless of their age, race, sex, and religion; a willingness to lead, a passion to succeed, and commitment are all necessary to become one. Nonetheless, there are 7 Traits that you can find in almost all entrepreneurs:
Note: This tutorial is already outdated because Office Autopilot is now Ontraport.
In this post, I’m going to show you how you can set up a simple WordPress based membership site in Office Autopilot. (You need to have an account with OAP to do this)
Setting up the framework requires only 7 simple steps. I’ll show you the formula at below: