Do certain background colors yield more clicks than others on Amazon capsules?
I know we have three choices for the colors. Do you think any one is more attractive on a page, or more likely to result in clicks?
That's an OUTSTANDING question in my opinion - I'm thinking that the blue is the way to go - it's not like Adsense ads are blue for no good reason.
But you do realize, I hope, that clicks mean zilch with amazon.com - someone must buy something, but it doesn't have to even be what you've got advertised.
Thanks Wesman. That's true, they would have to buy something and not just click. I was wondering if a clear background would make someone read it since it is more like the body of the hub. I wonder if people may choose to ignore things that are shaded, since they look more like advertisements.
I don't know. I think it might depend on the image displayed and how it looks to you.
If you are, indeed, specifically talking about the product, it might look more like a part of your article to leave it white. However, if the Amazon image is tiny, it looks like it doesn't fit the big white space.
If your products are more general, like books on the same subject you are writing about, I think it looks nicer to use the blue. It's just a personal opinion, though. Nothing scientific about this.
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