You either try to control what your kids can access online (but you can’t control every device they might use), or you trust them to know. Why not help them do the right thing?!
A browser extension that does not block specific types of sites (pornographic, unsuitable horror, etc.) but instead shows the child a message saying something like “this is probably not suitable for you because it contains … You can go ahead and browse the site, but I suggest you don’t. It’s your decision, and I trust you to make the right one.” He can then choose whether to leave or stay.
See if giving the visitor more control leads to better conversion (more conversion and higher quality ones.)
After the headline ask the visitor to click on one of the following sub-headlines. Each will show them the sales letter with its different parts (benefits, features, testimonials, etc.) in a different order on the page.
Your visitor will scroll to the bottom of your web page anyway, to check the price. This way you can take control.
Start with the price first, take control of your visitor’s mind and lead them. You need to make him want to continue by using a good hook like, “we have payment plans,” or using a price he will lose by not taking action, or some intrigue, curiosity, etc.
It would be nice if such a reverse connection exists.
Do a controlled study. Teach one group of people how to increase their productivity, and measure their weight and body fat, and also their level of productivity. The control group is not taught how to increase their productivity and is also measured.