Categories

Which is true about calls-to-action usage on mobile homepages?

Below is the answer and explanation for the question which is true about calls-to-action usage on mobile homepages?

Which is true about calls-to-action usage on mobile homepages?

  • Same calls-to-action should be used both on mobile and desktop sites
  • Use only menus
  • Keep call to action on the second page
  • Calls-to-action should be prominent on the visible area of the mobile homepage ✅

correct answer

Calls-to-action should be prominent on the visible area of the mobile homepage ✅

explanation

It can be easy for mobile users to miss menu items, so your clients should always put their key calls-to-action where users will see them. Study participants had an easier time completing tasks on sites that clearly displayed primary calls-to-action in the main body of the site, with secondary tasks available through menus or below the fold.

Read more herehttps://support.google.com/partners/answer/7336289[1234]

The above answer and explanation are related to Google mobile sites. You can find all the updated questions and answers related to Google mobile sites exam on the “Google mobile sites assessment answers” page. If you find any error or update in questions or answers, do comment below and let us know. We will update the answers as soon as possible.

Was this article helpful?

Support us to keep up the good work and to provide you even better content. Your donations will be used to help students get access to quality content for free and pay our contributors’ salaries, who work hard to create this website content! Thank you for all your support!

Reaction to comment: Cancel reply

What do you think about this article?

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked.