Navigation Bar

  • Analysis: What Links Appear in the Web’s Best Navigation Bars?

    … One of the first things you do upon starting a new blog is create a navigation bar or menu. But what links should go in there? And, more importantly, do some links outperform others? I have spent a bit of time playing around with this myself and have been quite surprised at what works and what doesn’t. It is interesting…

    Blog Tyrantin Blogging- 11 readers -
  • Your Email Navbar the GPS to Customer’s Online Destination

    … of your navbar links to see what results in the best conversion for your audiences. . Segmentation and your navigation bar Like Expedia, this Domino’s email also uses just four links in its navbar: Notice that the last link targets Domino’s Spanish-speaking customers. Obviously Domino’s market research revealed that this segment is important enough…

    Jordie Van Rijn/ GetResponse Blogin EMail- 20 readers -
  • Top of the Email to Ya – More Navigation Bar Savviness

    …, in connection with your landing page double decker nav bars, and the need to keep things focused. Let’s continue. Using different fonts and typefaces Cusp (Neiman Marcus) uses slashes between its navbar categories. The text in many navbars is uppercase and sans-serif; here it’s the exact opposite. Italic is often harder to read, so this should…

    Jordie Van Rijn/ GetResponse Blogin EMail- 27 readers -
  • The Often Overlooked but All-Important Email Navigation bar

    … When you’re developing an email campaign, there are many elements to consider: the subject line, preheader, headline, images, offer, body copy, and call to action – to name a few. One item that is often overlooked, but very important, is the navigation bar at the top of the email. Which is why this blog post will focus on its importance! The goal…

    Jordie Van Rijn/ GetResponse Blogin EMail Google- 22 readers -