Aida model in web design AIDA is a popular marketing term for a consumer behavior model that describes the sequence of events leading to a purchase decision. At first, the AIDA model was used only in the field of offline advertising, but today it is also widely used in Internet advertising, as well as in web design. What is this model and what are the features of its use on websites?
The term AIDA is an abbreviation of the English words “Attention”, “Interest”, “Desire” and “Action”, which in translation means” Attention”,” Interest”,” Desire “and”Action”. In some cases, the letter D of this abbreviation is interpreted as “Demand”, which means “Need”, and also as “Decision”, which means”Decision”. The invented Aida model was created in 1896 in the United States by Elias Levis. Continue reading