Everyone who has studied website interaction knows that buttons are the best way to get a response from the web page viewer. It’s in the DNA of the web experience. A button means ‘do something’.
And yet many business-to-business websites seem to think that somehow buttons aren’t appropriate, almost as if they’re beneath them. Their calls to action are almost apologetic. Want people to view a brochure or data sheet? Use a button. Want people to move on to the next page? Use a button.
On mobile devices, buttons are even more important. They’re more legible than a link, and easier to hit.
Take a look at your product pages. You have got a call to action at the end of each one, haven’t you? If so, is it a button?