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2 Controversial Site Redesigns That Should Inspire You to A/B Test

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When it comes to making better data-driven decisions, the sooner the better. Often the temptation is to wait until after the redesign is done or the feature is rolled out. “Oh, we’re doing a redesign; we’ll do the A/B testing afterwards.” The fact is you actually want to A/B test the redesign. One story from Digg and another from Netflix show why.

Around 2010, Optimizely co-founders Dan Siroker and Pete Koomen were introduced to the folks at Digg by their new VP of Product Keval Desai to talk about using Optimizely. Their response was, “We are busy working on a complete overhaul of our site. After we do that, then we’ll do A/B testing.”

The Experience Optimization Playbook: Get More From Your Digital Marketing [eBook]

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Figuring out the right experiences to deliver customers is one of the most valuable questions any marketer can answer. Learn how to convert more visitors, more often with our free guide.

Inside, you’ll find infographics, worksheets, killer stats, and winning optimization strategies from companies like Google, Upworthy, HubSpot, Stanley Black & Decker, Movember, and more.

The Secret Weapon to Superior Calls to Action

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Great content marketing campaigns engage your target audience and build trust and authority online by educating that audience.

Without a strong call to action, you’re not giving your content a fair chance to convert unique visitors into leads in your database. And that, my friends, is a problem. Especially if you’re fighting for budget, or need to justify the spend on a content-centric marketing strategy. This post explains 3 ways to make your CTAs powerful lead and revenue drivers for your organization.