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Do you want to measure internet experience or internet skills? In the latter case, take a look at the research done by Alexander van Deursen. Self-reported skills can be quite inaccurate. Inexperienced users tend to overestimate their skills (because they don't know what they are missing), and experienced users tend to underestimate their skill level. ...


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Short answer: most of they are not really interested in pay your product, but just like to visit your site. The rest of users maybe are really trying to buy. Long answer You have two types of visitors who click to buy: that who want to buy, and that who will never buy (for this visit). Both are common, but you are interested on fist one. For who is ...


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My first reaction was also that you're starting with the wrong question. Now, we don't know what research you've already done on your potential user base, or how much you devote to specific UX matters ahead of design and development, so perhaps you've done this BUT: you should consider starting with development of personas. Take the time (and this can be ...


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Thinking in terms of 'hours of internet usage' is too narrow. A user might regularly use a particular set of tools and web apps every day as part of their job, but that doesn't mean they'll be familiar with patterns common to other sorts of applications. Conversely, a less experienced user might have enough domain knowledge or familiarity with a paper ...



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