Do You Look at the Product Page on a Website First?

47% of Website Visitors Check Out a Company’s Products/Services Page Before Looking at any Other Sections of the Site

Statistic Info

The content on your website matters to the user. They want to be able to find the information they need quickly and easily. Be strategic about where you place information. It’s not enough to just have it all on the page in one big column. You need to section out the content and guide the user through your story. This breaks the content into digestible pieces and allows the user to skim the page, giving them control over what content they interact with.

More 2018 Stats

Increasing Your Website Loading Speed Can Prevent The Loss of 7% of Possible Conversions

Users Who Click On Product Recommendations Lead to a Conversion Rate that is 5.5 Times Higher Than Nonclicking Users

A ReadyCloud Report Finds that 44% of Retail Internet Minutes were Spent Using a Smartphone Device

Peer-Created Content is the Least Likely to be Questioned. Overwhelmed Consumers Turn to Family, Peers, and Colleagues as the Most Trustworthy Content Sources

96% of Americans Have Made an Online Purchase in their Life

More than Three-Quarters of Online Shoppers Would Like their Orders Shipped the Same Day

Mobile Shopping Hit $2 Billion on Cyber Monday

58% of the Top 1000 US Online Retailers Send Welcome Emails

As of Q2 2018, 2.86 Percent of E-Commerce Website Visits Converted into Purchases

20% of Google Searches on Mobile are Voice

More Design & Development Stats

Small retailers may see up to 30% higher mobile conversion rates compared to large retailers.

Organizations in Which Creativity is Highly Valued are 46% More Likely to Have Exceeded their 2017 Business Goals

Once Your Page Loads, Users Form An Opinion in .05 Seconds

You Have 10 Seconds to Leave An Impression and Tell Them What They’ll Get Out of Your Website and Company. After This Time (and Oftentimes Before), They’ll Leave

48% of Users Say That if They Arrive on a Business Site That Isn’t Working Well on Mobile, They Take it as an Indication of the Business Simply Not Caring

39% of People Will Stop Engaging With a Website if Images Won’t Load or Take Too Long to Load

47% of People Expect a Web Page to Load in 2 Seconds or Less

40% of People Will Choose a Different Search Result if the First is not Mobile Friendly

Once on a Company’s Homepage, 64% of Visitors Want to See The Company’s Contact Information

73% of Companies are Investing in Design to Differentiate Their Brands