We all know about the importance of first impressions, especially in relation to business transactions. Humans tend to not only judge people quickly, but first impressions are often based on things that really don't matter.
Your website's landing page is no different and it's absolutely essential that it makes a great first impression. Research has even shown us that you have 50 milliseconds (a blink of an eye) to make a good impression with your website. That means every detail counts!
To make matters even more critical, a study done by Stanford on web credibility found 75% of users admit to making judgments about a company's credibility based on their website's design.
I'm mentioning all of this to drive home the point that your homepage is absolutely essential in driving more business and keeping readers on your site. Although there is no one size fits all formula for a great landing page, there are some essential elements that are often overlooked. A successful landing page is more than a gorgeous image paired with your logo and these quick tips will help you understand what you need on your homepage to make that amazing first impression, gain trust and move them to action.
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