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Does your webpage capture attention in less than 10 seconds?

You didn’t meet your income goal for the month ?

You see that plenty of people are clicking on your website, but you’re having trouble converting those browsers to buyers. You’re beyond frustrated because you know your offer is strong, but no one’s biting ?

Your webpage probably doesn’t pass the 10 second test

The average website visitor spends only 10 seconds on a webpage before they decide if they’re going to stay there or hop to something else. And if they hop to something else, they’ll never see your sales page or the value you provide ?

Here are 3 things you need to do to ensure your webpage won’t fail this test ❌❌

Your page needs a single call to action

Are you utilizing strong hierarchy in your website that leads the reader to one clear call to action? Does that one call to action use a button? Is it immediately obvious what you want your website visitor to do when they open the page?

Or do you list several actions the reader can click? If your page lists “email us,” “book a call” AND “learn more here” all at once, your browser is likely to exit out rather than take any of those actions.

Your webpage needs to be designed to keep someone’s attention

Using hierarchy means someone will actually read what you’ve written. Writing a large, attention-grabbing headline, followed by clear subheadings and small to medium chunks of text will keep someone engaged and reading until the end of the page.

If you have huge chunks of text on your page with no headings, someone is likely to lose interest and hop to another webpage.

Someone will leave your webpage if they’re inundated with pop-ups

Pop-ups are annoying. They keep someone from reading what’s actually on your webpage — which keeps them from purchasing what you’re trying to sell them ??

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I'm Felter, and I'm the designer that non-designers love!

Why? Because good design is the difference between your ideal person scrolling past your post or actually taking action.

I used to work the 9-5 grind in the corporate world – like I was “supposed to” – until I blew it all up to do it my own way.

Now, I help non-designers, service providers, and business owners use good design in their branding, website, and content to book more clients and make more sales!

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