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My one point would be careful with words like 'Now' ... some people find these sorts of demands off-putting, like they're being ordered to do something rather than chose to do it.

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And your comments on colour are far too simplistic. There are a number of studies that show red can be a better option for a cta button. It all depends on context, dominant colours, who you are targeting and for what.

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