Conversion Optimization, Neuromarketing

How Much Do You Understand About Load Speeds and Conversion Rates?

A recent blog post at Radware took on two sacred cows about website load times and said what many of us think about image loading and page speed is wrong. They based their claim on neurological testing they commissioned. First, Kent Alstad says in his post, progressive images are irritating. The rule of thumb hasRead More

Posted on January 21, 2016
Cognitive Bias, Conversion Optimization, Neuromarketing, Web Psychology

Attentional Bias: Your Customers Automatically Prefer What They Already Know

Earlier this year, I gobsmacked readers with an article about 67 Ways to Increase Conversion with Cognitive Biases. It was meant to be a primer about how we all have cognitive biases, which we cannot control and that pretty much drive the way we view the world. It was a good introduction, if I sayRead More

Posted on December 3, 2015
Cognitive Bias, Conversion Optimization, Landing Page Optimization, Neuromarketing, Web Psychology

A Little Clarity on the ‘Ambiguity Effect’ and How to Keep it From Hurting Conversions

Everybody likes a sure thing. Life is easier if you know what’s going to happen next or what you can expect in return for your investment, or for any effort. It just seems fair: If I do this, I know I’ll get that. It’s different when “that” is not well defined. We’re less likely toRead More

Posted on October 22, 2015
Conversion Optimization, Neuromarketing, Web Psychology

How To Successfully Handle Your Customers’ Fear

Every customer comes to a purchase with a set of fears. The problem with fear is not simply that the customer experiences it. That’s a given. They are going to experience fear of some sort. The problem is that site users don’t know they are fearful, much less how to respond to their fear. Thus, theyRead More

Posted on July 30, 2015
Conversion Optimization, Neuromarketing, Web Psychology

Is Neuromarketing Just Hype or Is It Legit?

Some people have a hard time accepting “neuromarketing” as a legitimate science. I understand where the skeptics are coming from. “Neuromarketing” sounds suspiciously like “pseudoscience.” It doesn’t have a long history, nor does it have the scientific forbearers with the stature of Galileo or Isaac Newton. Besides, a portmanteau of “neuro” and “marketing” seems forced.Read More

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Jeremy Smith

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Jeremy writes about conversion optimization, web psychology, and what makes users click in the digital world. He is also a Google Certified trainer and avid online marketer.

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