Advanced options for cover, call-to-action component for businesses, subscribe page to get you started with zero posts, and more...
2020 is (finally!) over, and we wanted to bid adieu on a high note. So the team decided to gift Draftbox users some significant features and improvements. Here’s a gist of this update:
The cover is the first component that your user would see if they land on your blog homepage. As you know the first impression is very important, and we want to help you make a great first impression. So we made the cover more customizable:
Our front-end team created 2 great examples to show the use of cover options for personal and company use-case:
Try now: Visit Draftbox dashboard and open your site. Select Cover under Content & Layout from the side navigation.
A compelling call-to-action is very crucial to converting your visitor into your customer. If a visitor is engaged with your content, a good CTA is a little push they need to sign up for your product/service. We analyzed 100s of high-performing blogs and worked out a feature to add compelling CTA to your blog. Here’s a screenshot of our CTA:
You can add a background image or use a background color, add multiple buttons, and adjust content alignment.
Try now: Visit Draftbox dashboard and open your site. Select CTA under Content & Layout from the side navigation.
You just decided to start a blog for yourself or your company. You researched for the best blogging platform in 2021 and landed on Draftbox (Imagine)! You just created a site with Draftbox, but you don’t have any content yet. Now what?
Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. We created a beautiful subscribe page that you can share with your network over WhatsApp and Twitter to build your audience even before you start writing content.
Try now: Visit Draftbox dashboard and open your site. Select Subscribe Page under Content & Layout from the side navigation.
A lot of our customers run foreign language blogs. Till now it was hard to change labels and placeholders for some buttons, links, and forms. With this update, we have made all labels and placeholders customizable via the dashboard. This is just the beginning of it. Did we miss something? Let us know in the comments.
With this update, you can customize your blog feed:
Try now: Visit Draftbox dashboard and open your site. Select Blog Feed under Content & Layout from the side navigation.
Often when individuals start a personal blog, they might not have a logo to upload for header navigation. Our design team came up with a solution to make your blog header beautiful even when you don’t have any logo.
You can either set your site name as a text logo or show the first letter of your site name as a logo.
This option is only available when you haven’t uploaded any logo.
Try now: Visit Draftbox dashboard and open your site. Select Header under Content & Layout from the side navigation.
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