SEO Tips # 205 – Eye Tracking Studies

Did you know based on eye tracking studies:

– Initial eye movement focuses on the upper left corner of the page.
– Large blocks of text are avoided.
– Lists tend to hold reader attention longer.
– Navigation tools work better when placed at the top of the page.
– and shorter paragraphs perform better than long ones.

Users also tend to spend more time looking at buttons and what is
contained within menus