Currently reviewing two types of homepages for software products: Stylish with minimum content on the homepage: boxshot, download button, buy now button and sometimes features listed as small ...
I have found certain shareware software products have large number of downloads. My question is if there are some 20,000 free downloads, how many of the downloaders would have actually bought and ...
I am just wondering why most standard web 2.0 websites have the main call to action button on the homepage send the visitor to the pricing page? This is assuming a pretty typical navigation structure ...
My friend and I are developing a web service startup at http://gnymb.us, and out of 70 unique visits to the site, we have had two signups so far. Is this good?
Faebook has a sign up form on the front page itself? has any body done A/B test on something like this vs. another page loaded for the sign up form?
Can anyone point me to a blog post with hard metrics? I'm referring to seals like this: https://store.truste.com/privacy_services_aff/