* Study conducted by LookTracker Research Laboratory for writingforaliving.us. LookTracker conducts highly accurate eye tracking focus group studies on web pages to produce heat map reports. The heat maps are analyzed to see where users look, which ultimately increases conversions and helps you sell more books.
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