What's your motivation with Zujava? Is there on particular call to action that you are trying to get through to readers? There are certain hot spots on a page that are more "clickable" than others. Let's say that you are promoting your own blog, an Amazon section, or your Zazzle store.
When a visitor comes to your leaf, the first thing they'll see is the leaf title or headline. After that, they'll scan the first paragraph, look at the intro photo, and either hit the back button or stay interested and proceed. If you've made a good first impression and delivered a good user experience, it's very likely that they may in fact be interested in your call to action.
There are three very clickable spots on your leaf. Whether you want to point those links towards another leaf, your blog, a specific post, someone else's post, or your Zazzle store is up to you.
Are you ready? This might just blow your mind.
The three most clickable spots are...
The beginning, middle, and end. Especially the beginning and end.
When users clickout of your leaf, it's because they are interested in something that you are linking to. The link text here, as well as what you say before and after it, matters. If you'd like them to click your link, then you must give them a reason. And, that means you need a specific call to action throughout the leaf.
Here are a few ideas on what calls to action you could add to your leaf, and where to add them.
The beginning: Link to a specific part of your leaf. You can do this by copying the URL from the "contents" section, which is viewable in the sidebar. If your leaf is about a product, you could link from the bottom of the intro to an Amazon section.
The middle: Text links in sentences that point towards other content that might be interested in is a pretty assured way to generate cross traffic.
The end: One of the most highly clicked spots. If you are promoting your Zazzle store, CafePress store, Ebay store, blog, you name it, this is a good place to place a link.
Caution: Using this policy on every single one of your leaves isn't a winning approach. In fact, it could come across as spammy if you place external links in your first paragraph all the time. But, when used sparingly, it can have good results.