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Do Rotating Sliders Work? Optimizing the first 4 to 6 inches of your landing page
Henry Lake December 6, 2016E-Marketing NewsComments Off on Do Rotating Sliders Work? Optimizing the first 4 to 6 inches of your landing page384 Views
Best practices on the internet are often just pooled ignorance. Rotating sliders (or banners) are considered one of these so-called “best practices” by many. It’s one thing if you’re using them for page views, but quite another when using them for a conversion-focused landing page.
In this video, Flint McGlaughlin, CEO, MarketingExperiments, discusses how Robert from TransUnion can optimize the first four to six inches of the company’s landing page, including how to use the space currently devoted to a rotating slider.
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