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… to action and a button higher up. That way, they can click on the button before they are disengaged. Here’s an example of a scroll map for one of my long form sales pages. The red areas indicate sections of the page that are hot whereas cooler colors like blue and green indicate areas of the page that are not read as often. You can also use heat…
… advertising, is becoming less effective year-over-year because banner blindness runs rampant. According to Solve Media, you're more likely to survive a plane crash than click on a banner ad. That sounds farfetched until you look at the results from the Nielsen Norman Groups 2007 eyetracking study (shown below). Red areas indicate where users looked…
Many of the traditional channels for online content discovery are thoroughly understood and their adoption rates are high. The readily accepted channels—from SEO and PPC, to email and social media broadcasting—can deliver the best content to the right people at the right time. Today, however, the Internet is experiencing a deluge of content, and many channels for content discovery are bloated.
… is Facebook or BuzzFeed. In other words, sponsored articles amount to advertising on a media outlet in the form of editorial content that looks like it’s supposed to be there. Brands value this because association with a publication and exposure to its audience can drive awareness, traffic, conversions, and leads. The Current State of Sponsored…