A/B Testing Idea #277 - Avoid showing your Call-to-action more than once on the same page
Don't be tempted to display the same information twice in two different locations on your page (if it is a one-screen page that doesn't require any scrolling) because this will make it too busy and unclear. It is unnecessary to display the Call-to-Action, contact details, or any other information twice on the one page and could in fact be counter-productive. "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication" according to Leonard De Vinci so lighten and clean up your page with white space and by displaying each piece of key information only once - which will be sufficient if properly placed and depicted on the page.
- Processing Efficacy (Jacoby & Dallas, 1981)
- Attentional bias (Bradley & al., 1996; Buodo & al., 2002; Pessoa & Ungerleider, 2004; Vuilleumier, 2005)
We tend to prefer things that are simple for us to understand or use.
Attentional bias is the way in which human beings notice and pay much more attention to things that touch us emotionally.
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