Friday, October 22, 2010

Eye-Tracking & Conversion – A Match Made in Heaven?

Online eye-tracking studies have been used for years as an indicator of user interest in certain areas on a page measured by the point-of-gaze. At its most basic eye-tracking studies are interested in which elements on a page are responsible for garnering the most attention as measured by ‘looks’, ‘gazes’ or ‘views’.

As a stand-alone practice in the online world, eye-tracking studies are relatively useless for a number of reasons.

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