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    I would use short lists at the top of the page that immediately show the top 5 dating sites. Important that this is towards the top of the page, a bit like what I've done on Best Mobile Broadband.

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    Like the idea....thanks for that. Certainly going to build some kind of 'top 5 list'

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    You would also benefit from establishing a clearer "call to action".

    Imagine you are the visitor and are landing on your site for the first time. In your head you ask yourself "OK, what do I do next?". You should use graphics like large orange buttons which answer this question, with "call to action" text by them. E.g. "Read a review of Match.com Dating". You need to guide the visitor through your site. I am doing this in the "Current Rankings ..." table on Best Mobile Broadband, your conversion rate should improve if you do something similar.

    See also:

    Conversion Rate Optimisation

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