Do people like case studies of websites?

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Like the title says, do people like this kind of thing?

I would say yes, especially if it's a successful website or blog. This way might find out something about their successful and perhaps do the same with your own business.

What do you think?
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  • Profile picture of the author Joey Babbs
    As someone who provides case studies to people through our membership platform we always get great feedback....as long as there is something to be learned of course.
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    • Profile picture of the author More Than Tips
      I know I personally love them. I view websites as virtual real estate assets sometimes while people are going in all sorts of directions the right website at the right time built on a good model can earn you some serious coin.
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by karlstech View Post

    Like the title says, do people like this kind of thing?

    I would say yes, especially if it's a successful website or blog. This way might find out something about their successful and perhaps do the same with your own business.

    What do you think?
    Yeah, it is very attractive to many people. I think particularly when I started out over 7 years ago I found it very motivating and inspiring.

    Not so much anymore. But to many it can be.

    I think sometimes people fall in the Mindset of dreaming too much about it. When it comes down to it, you have to do the work instead of incessant talking about John Chow and how awesome it is he can make $60K a month with a blog


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  • Profile picture of the author Fonzan
    Originally Posted by karlstech View Post

    Like the title says, do people like this kind of thing?

    I would say yes, especially if it's a successful website or blog. This way might find out something about their successful and perhaps do the same with your own business.

    What do you think?
    well of course...
    Case studies of websites, you mean review sites?
    It's almost the same as testimonials.
    The more good reviews and testimonials, the better the
    product or service must be...
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  • Profile picture of the author AngelaWest85
    I love giving case studies and i personally know customers love to read or hear them as well because it gives customers and visitors a better look at the product or service and entices them to subscribe or buy
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    • Profile picture of the author karlstech
      I figured that this would receive some positive feedback. I'm launching an online marketing psychology blog by the end of the month and it'll feature a section where I post case studies or reviews of websites that are successful.

      The purpose of this idea is to get a grip of why they're doing so good, if it's something special or if it's just that they did some of the right things at the right time. Th blog will also feature research studies where I research a certain subject like "why do people buy stuff online" for example, and write a post or study on this subject.

      Thanks for the feedback!
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  • Profile picture of the author Coach Comeback
    I have been doing case studies on all kinds of various topics for almost 2 years not. For one main reason....

    My clients keep asking for them. It is one thing to TELL someone something that may work. But there is real power in SHOWING. YES, there will always be an audience for case studies!
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