We all know that design can vastly improve (or obliterate) conversion rate online, but what about individual images? While many marketers are happy with choosing random stock imagery, I’m here to tell you that you’re making a big mistake if you don’t put at least SOME thought into your image choices. Images draw a lot of attention, and if you’re not using them correctly, you’re just wasting prime real estate on your site, and what kind of conversion ninja wants to do that? Here are three image studies that can help you more effectively use images in your marketing efforts....
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