ThriveCart is chiefly a shopping cart and checkout solution and does not have a website builder.
However, they have checkout page designs, customizable pop-ups, and login pages.
Therefore, we’ve curated a list of 12 ThriveCart designs that demonstrate the platform’s capabilities when creating checkout pages, pop-ups, and login areas.
To rank the ThriveCart examples, we have considered the popularity of the website, the utilization of the platform’s features, and how the design looks.
- All ThriveCart plans enable customers to customize assets
- Third-party website owners can embed ThriveCart checkouts and add pop-ups
- Businesses can redirect customers to ThriveCart sales pages and login areas
1. Mindfulness Exercises
Mindfulness Exercises is an online training program to teach people mindfulness.
The company uses a ThriveCart checkout page to sell access to its meditation program.
In addition to describing the contents of the course, Mindfulness Exercises also has a special offer for another product that encourages customers to spend more.
To create this offer, they use ThriveCart’s order bump tool.
2. Martial Arts Media
Martial Arts Media teaches gyms how to acquire new students online. They provide this training with an on-demand course and sell it using ThriveCart’s checkout tool.
The company has personalized its checkout page using the left-hand column to describe everything included in the training.
ThriveCart provides checkout templates that can be customized to the products businesses sell.
3. Digital Dreamers Art Camp
Digital Dreamers Art Camp is a digital art training program for children. The company has a website to display its offer and has embedded a ThriveCart checkout into its webpage.
ThriveCart enables website owners to embed checkouts onto any website. Often, companies host their site on WordPress and use ThriveCart as the checkout solution.
4. Andrea Denise
Infinite Audience is an online membership site hosted by Andrea Denise, a content creator, social media strategist, and YouTuber.
ThriveCart has a membership site tool that lets businesses host gated content that can be accessed via a customizable login page.
5. Miriam Laundry Publishing
Miriam Laundry Publishing is a membership site with on-demand training and community access to help children’s book publishers market their books.
On its ThriveCart checkout page, the company advertises its 60-day money-back guarantee, lists its phone number, and provides customer testimonials.
These ThriveCart checkout customizations can provide additional social proof to encourage customers to purchase.
6. Angie Gensler
Angie Gensler is a business development expert who sells digital products such as cheat sheets, courses, and templates.
Angie uses ThriveCart Learn to host, deliver, and sell her online course.
The platform has a native course feature that includes drip content and student management. It should be noted that ThriveCart does not currently have native video hosting.
7. Aaron Lynn
Aaron Lynn is a productivity coach who sells training on his website.
Prospective customers can click to purchase at the bottom of the sales page. To complete the purchase, customers must fill out the ThriveCart pop-up.
ThriveCart’s pop-up checkout enables businesses to add it to their existing websites hosted on other platforms.
8. More Business
More Business is a marketing company that helps other businesses gain more clients, and one of its products is a course hosted on Thinkific.
The platform has a customizable login page for course members to access the content.
In this example, More Business has included its logo and name.
9. Above Black
Above Black is an e-book that describes an insider’s account of alien contact.
To sell the e-book, the company uses a one-step, pop-up template that requests the customer’s shipping information, auto-generates the shipping price, and lets them complete the payment.
This pop-up enables businesses to list products on their site hosted on a different platform and then sell them using ThriveCart.
10. Abundance Bridge Academy
Abundance Bridge Academy is a blockchain and cryptocurrency training program for business owners and entrepreneurs.
On its login page, the company has customized it by adding an image at the top, a headline, altering the color scheme, and adding its logo.
11. Amanda Perry
Amanda Perry is an ADHD consultant and strategist who sells coaching programs.
Her coaching programs can be purchased on her ThriveCart sales page.
When purchasing her Clarity Call Package, customers have two options: one-time payment or split pay. To help customers pay for products, ThriveCart enables splitting payments into more affordable amounts.
12. Arthony Media
Arthony Media has a membership site hosted on ThriveCart.
To access the content, members must enter their email or username and password.
ThriveCart has member management tools that enable owners to add, remove, and refund customers.
Although ThriveCart does not have a website builder, the platform provides customers with customization options for checkout pages, pop-ups, and login pages.
These options enable businesses to describe their products, add their branding and logo, and embed the checkout or host it on a ThriveCart page.
We hope you’ve gained a greater understanding of what ThriveCart enables businesses to create and act as a reference when designing your own assets.