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How to Crack The Code to an Intuitive Landing Page

A Landing Page can make or break your website – it’s the first thing your visitors engage with when they visit your site. It can determine if they stay around to read more, or close the window without ever looking back.

That being said, it’s very important to come up with a well-designed, well-written, visitor-oriented and intuitive Landing Page. One that will serve as the ‘Business Card’ of your website. It should be so reflective of your business/product, that you’d carry a small version of it around in your pocket – handing it out at parties to other professionals.
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16 Inspiring App Landing Pages And 8 Reasons Why They Are Effective

Landing pages. We have all heard of them and most of us know they are important. Why? As the word says: A landing page is where people first ‘land’ when they visit your website. This can be because they followed an add, found your site on google, or simply typed in you URL in their browser window because they know about your site from any other source.
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6 Key Factors To Consider When Designing A Call To Action Button

In the pre-Web days, the main point of a marketing message often got lost. A mailer would have a bold line at the bottom of a letter or include a postage-paid postcard that risked getting lost before a customer thought about filling in a request. Now we have a much easier, powerful tool – the call to action (CTA) button. These simple and straightforward buttons funnel visitors to where you want them to go, such as your shopping cart or your registration page.
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How To Design Your Website As Effective Marketing Tool

Technological advancements in the past two decades have added a new dimension to the way we communicate, shop and interact on a day to day basis. The spread of internet use has created a very unique and cost effective opportunity for businesses to reach customers and interact with them. At the same time, websites have become an important tool for customers to get in touch with their favorite businesses.
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Is Your eCommerce Website Suffering From Usability Issues?

The usability of your ecommerce site can make or break potential sales. How can you tell if usability is an issue and, more importantly, how can you improve it? First, give it a go yourself. It’s probably been awhile since you’ve used your site like a customer. Navigate the steps through your customer’s eyes and see how difficult it is to find items. Making your website more user friendly should be a continuous process — never assume that your site can’t be improved. After all, each incomplete order may be tied to a potential customer you may never get back.
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Optimize Your Conversion With Insights From Behavioural Economics

This is a guest post by our friend Neal Cole.

As Dan Ariely explains in his popular books people are often irrational in their decision making as they are heavily influenced by unconscious biases. Conversion professionals can utilise knowledge of these ‘rules of thumb’ to nudge website visitors towards a particular behaviour. However, because people may not be fully aware of these influences customer research cannot predict how they will respond to the use of such persuasive designs.

Online experiments (A/B and multivariate tests) are the only true way of evaluating how visitors will respond to a new web page or online journey. Organisations that use such experimental testing can potentially save millions of pounds by avoiding lost sales and benefit from an uplift in conversion.
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