Listen to @DuaneBrown and remove that c arousel. Desktop users got bored with them 15 years ago. Mobile users being shown a carousel is like an armrest ashtray you occasionally notice while boarding a flight. You can't help but ask yourself why they just don't remove them if nobody will ever use them again. There's a bigger problem though. The carousel is occupying the space where your logo should be. If your organic traffic, or, even worse, your paid traffic, is coming through the front door, that's a severe brand discontinuity. You need the logo there to help users get oriented as soon as the page starts loading. It's important to assure them that they're in the right place. Users are quick to bail if they feel like something's off. If you don't connect the dots for them, it won't matter how fancy your ashtray is because they're not going to use it.
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