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    The Right Way to Design Mobile App Monetization Elements

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    App monetization is a tricky thing to design for. Even though app users expect that monetization requests are waiting for them, they won’t look kindly on the app if it goes overboard with them. So, when integrating monetization into a mobile app, here are some things to keep in mind so it doesn’t disrupt the experience.
    November 25, 2019
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    Is Your Sales Page Missing Key Trust Marks?

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    It’s not an easy thing to do: to come across a new software vendor and instantly believe the benefits they promise. The way a copywriter spins the app’s selling points will certainly help, but designers and developers need to help, too. By adding trust marks like testimonials, FAQs, security seals, and more into your sales pages, any fears or concerns prospective users have about your app will disappear.
    November 15, 2019
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    10 Tips for Designing Better User Experiences

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    ​An introduction to building a better user interface design that is totally user-centered.
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    How Many CTAs Are Too Many?

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    You need your website to convince visitors to download or buy your app. So, you add a call to action that invites them to demo the product. But then you think, “Maybe they want to learn more about the features?” So, you add a CTA for that, too. And then one for Case Studies and another for your blog posts. However, as you add more buttons to your website, what you’re really doing is increasing the likelihood that they’ll walk away confused, frustrated, and without any desire to enter the app at all.
    October 15, 2019
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    What Is Banner Blindness and What Should You Do About It?

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    Your visitors don’t just see ads, pop-ups, and other small interruptions as an annoyance. They know exactly what’s going to happen the second one of them intrudes on their experience: they’re going to have to re-engage with your website and try to make up for lost time (even if it is just a few seconds). You want to keep your visitors happy from start to finish, which means finding a better way to put your revenue and lead generation elements in front of visitors.
    September 30, 2019