Squarespace partnered with Harris Pool to survey more than 2,000 American adults in an effort to expose the role of the website in everyday life and how memorable it is.
Of the many discoveries, the report found that one in two Americans (49%) could remember the color of a website better than the color of one’s eyes – and 71% of millennials and 58% of General Zeds. فق Agree.
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About 60% of Gen Z and 62% of millennials believe that the way you present yourself online is more important than how you present yourself personally.
Interestingly, these results also show that the last time General Z visited the website (43%) compared to his partner’s birthday (38%) or his Social Security number (31%). He has to remember his head the most.
In addition, nearly half (44%) of General Z and millennials say they personally give a better impression of online, compared to 21% of General X and 8% of Baby Boomers.
“Americans browse 3,000 websites a year, and our research shows that the things we see online can make a lasting impression. What we see in person. ”
“That’s why it’s so important to have a well-designed presence in everything you do on the web.”