How Selective Attention Affects your Marketing

Use Selective Attention to your Advantage

Here is a fantastic article I found about how to use selective attention to increase conversion rates.  The article discusses several trends that occur when people visit a web page.  It explains where the best places are to place the most important information and common design mistakes to avoid.  There are some great photos and videos that demonstrate best practices.  The bottom line is to use selective attention to direct visitors’ attention to focus on the conversion.

Here is the article by Lisa Ross called How to Use the Power of Selective Attention Phenomenon for Higher Conversion Rates.

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Social Media & Online Marketing at Katahdin Media Works
Angela lives on an island off the coast of Maine.She loves outdoor adventure, business, marketing, and learning.When not outside enjoying the great outdoors with her family, Angela can be found combining her wide variety of passions and skills to help people and businesses grow.
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