The purpose of the test was to understand whether the interactivity of Turtl’s format led to greater engagement of their content and how that compared to the PDF.
Lumen set up an experiment. 100 participants read a Turtl version of a document. Then a further 100 participants read the original PDF. Eye movements and engagement with the content were monitored. Participants were provided with a questionnaire afterwards.
This means that people engage with Turtl’s content for far longer than the PDF. They read more of the details within the document. As a result, readers remember the key messages more clearly and find the key messages more compelling.
“We find that simple, beautiful things always do better than things that are busy and boring,” says Michael Follett, Managing Director at Lumen. “Naturally given the way that Turtl documents are laid out, it shouldn’t be surprising that the same data when presented in a Turtl document is engaged with far more. That said, even we were surprised at just how much more attention can be generated through a Turtl document.”
“It’s great to see these results,” says Nick Mason, CEO & Founder at Turtl. “We’ve been saying this for years, but it’s wonderful to finally have the scientific evidence to back up our claims. Turtl’s content is more engaging, memorable and persuasive than the traditional PDF.”
You can view the full research results here.
Lumen Research is an attention technology company that uses eye tracking to measure and predict the reality of visual engagement.
Turtl is a content automation solution for enterprise businesses that helps you deliver and use content strategically. At the heart of the platform is our psychology-based digital format, scientifically proven to increase reader engagement by 73%. But the most powerful advantages of using Turtl come from the deep reader insights the platform collects, and the ability to personalize content at scale.
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