Find Your Call-To-Acton Sweet Spot With Scrollmap

by Alan Reyes

Last updated on August 26th, 2017

Don’t know exactly where to put your CTA?

Should it go up top? Or at the bottom?

Is my web page too long?

With Scrollmap not only can you determine the best length for your landing page to receive more conversions but you can also know exactly where to place your calls-to-action.

Easy to Understand Color Coded Data

When looking at Scrollmap you’ll see the hottest area on the map in white, so with the help of the color meter, you’ll be able to see the amount of impressions coinciding with each color on the report. No more not knowing where people scroll to on your page!

Where’s Your Web Page’s Bullseye?

Finding the bullseye on your page is crucial to knowing where the majority of your readers scroll to. Scrollmap makes the location of your bullseye evident; you’ll know exactly where to insert your call-to-action.

Find Your Ideal Landing Page Length

In our mobile future it’s critical to know how long your landing page should be. An excessively long landing page can weaken your sales funnel and prevent your visitors from converting. With Scrollmap you can quickly find dead space and trim it down to size.

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