Why People Leave a Website

March 8, 2012 Becky Schroeder

Getting someone to visit your website can be challenging, especially with all of the posts, emails, tweets, etc. that are competing for attention nowadays. When consumers come to your website, the last thing you want is for them to leave right away. But if your website design doesn't provide a pleasant user experience, visitors can become frustrated and then quickly leave.

A good website design will keep frustration to a minimum, take the visitor deeper into your website seamlessly and show him the information he is looking for.

Here are some examples of website design that can drive your visitors away.

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What Makes Someone Leave A Website?
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About the Author

Becky Schroeder

As Chief Marketing Officer, Becky Schroeder is responsible for driving ITC’s overall marketing strategy for the company and its products. Her specialties include creating and documenting processes; establishing metrics for managing those processes; developing content strategy and generating leads; and developing marketing strategy. Becky was named an Elite Woman in Insurance by Insurance Business America in 2016. She has a master’s degree in integrated marketing communication from Emerson College in Boston and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Texas A&M University. Becky is a big Texas A&M football fan and enjoys cooking, reading and spending time with her husband and their three daughters.

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