The traffic median is the top-level image on most pages, typically at the top of a website.
It shows where users are most likely to click on a particular piece of content.
It’s designed to be a useful indicator of a site’s overall traffic.
But in a new report from traffic research firm eMarketer, it seems to be getting in the way of some companies trying to make a splash.
For one, it appears to be more likely to be used by publishers than brands.
The median design for media sites, according to eMarketers, has a low conversion rate.
So if you want to build a media company that gets a lot of traffic, you need to be aware of its unique design.
“If you want a median design to drive traffic, it’s going to need to have a lot to do with its content,” said Paul Burtch, director of research at eMarkers.
“Its design needs to be consistent across different sites, and it’s not going to work if you try to make it unique to your site.”
Media design, by contrast, can be designed to drive conversion rates by being more than just a logo.
“Content is the core of the site’s identity, and content design is really the best way to make sure that it’s relevant,” Burtcher said.
Here’s a look at how median design can hurt a media site: A brand’s logo