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Your con for email authentication by URL is that the URL is longer and scarier looking than the shorter URL to the location where people can enter a code. But you can simply hide the long and scary URL behind a bright and inviting button. True, you would have to display the entire URL for people to copy and paste in their browser, because some email clients ...


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Your question does not stipulate how the user will deliver the desired information. I see 2 methods, physically delivering the card/ID to the recipient, and digitally providing the data. The latter doesn't fit your use cases, so I'll answer for the former. The answer is challenging because there are multiple ways to accept information inputs, but the ...


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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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Is the user likely to have all the requested information on hand when completing the form? Consider changing the field labels.


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To address your question directly: The conversion ratio of registration pages varies drastically between systems. First and for most, there's the gain/loss ratio - what do users get for registering? A registration form on lunch on a mobile TODO list can have a conversion rate smaller than 2% - there are many similar apps out there that don't ask you to ...


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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 asking the users for their personal details, you have to examine the use case and create a user story. Having the user journey at hand is very handy in this situation. Examine how the users are landing on your page. If someone was looking for a service and they landed on a page which does not seem to provide it, they will leave/bounce to another page. ...



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