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I do consider about the best experience about the getting more conversion rate from a webpage of ours. Is putting phone number field to send the app is best or putting app store buttons? Which one do you prefer? Or any other suggestions?

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  • By writing a high quality program that the user actually wants to use. – bace1000 Aug 29 '18 at 10:06
  • Is this 'landing page' the homepage of your website or some other page that the user gets redirected to through a partner website? – Kevin M. Aug 29 '18 at 11:29
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    Could you expand on your question? There really isn't enough there to help. Do you have an active community? Do people sign up and act on notices from the company. A little more information would help. – Mayo Aug 29 '18 at 12:53
  • @Mayo Main purpose of this landing page is giving information about how the application works and of course encourage users to download it. You can't sign up or log in. My question is actually the putting phone number field to send the app is trendy or not? I put the download buttons above the fold and make them sticky. But I'm not sure. Maybe there are other ways to do that. – Gülnihal Karaca Aug 29 '18 at 13:39
  • @GülnihalKaraca - give these details in the question. Explain in detail what you're doing. You can also put up screenshots of the alternatives. – Mayo Aug 29 '18 at 13:56
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Well the QR Code is an alternative hence I prefer "app store buttons" cause they attract me more rather than opening my phone's app to scan or compared to entering my phone number from the keyboard at a basic level instinct.

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