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Asking a user for anything is a barrier to entry I've seen some websites ask for a list of friends email before you even get to use the site which is ridiculous. Let me answer your question with another question... Is it a good idea to require users give an email address to see our prices? Would you go into a grocery store if someone at the entrance ...


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No, I would strongly recommend otherwise. A month or so ago I was searching for a library that was compatible with Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android. Technical stuff aside, I was comparing the product of different companies. Some companies provided a straightforward, fixed price, whereas other companies required you to leave info for a tender. The latter was ...


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I've been suggested it might be a good idea to require an email address for the first two plans before showing the price. This would also discourage people from staying on your site. I personally would have to be very motivated to leave my email address on your site for a product which I don't even know if I want. I'm not alone in this and price is one of ...


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When showing multiple offers, then an emphasized product suggestion might be a good idea as some people need a little nudge. I believe there are some psychology studies out there which suggest that the more choice there is, then the lower the chances of a decision actually being made and acted upon. In order to combat such analysis paralysis, try emphasizing ...


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I agree with option 1 show all coupons. But why show at very end only? This is risky. If show at very end more likely they will defect to add other products. I would say create a left rail and make it visible earlier in process. Next to the coupons for the other products maybe you can have either a quick auto add or link to that product page opens in ...


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Coupons can be a reward for participating with you and your site, as an interactive game of sorts, rather than a discount that's automatically applied. Another sort of coupon is given to customers for their aggregate purchases. This second flavor of coupon may or may not have an expiration date. The more respect a coupon bears, the more appropriate it seems ...


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Each interface has to be optimized for it's goals, and for those goals ONLY. The goals are different, so the interfaces would become different if you follow that rule. It does not make any sense to show the marketing content to the user who has already bought the product (unless you have some exceptional situation). It's just irrelevant. The other main ...



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