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Good ideas are the foundation of our work as optimizers. The source doesn’t matter — whether it comes from our heads, a user testing session or our website analytics — as much as the quality. Instead of one-off ideas, we need to equip ourselves with scalable strategies for brainstorming effective A/B tests. Hiten Shah, founder CrazyEgg, co-founder of KISSMetrics joined #optichat to discuss tactics for running effective A/B tests.
Here’s a recap of the questions, answers from Hiten and the #optichat community.
A large opportunity for improvement exists in the realm of optimization. Most marketers optimize their websites and campaigns on pure intuition alone.
A/B testing can be so much more. It can help us tap into our customer’s emotional needs, goals and help us build a better customer journey. To do this you have to test differently. Instead of testing elements, you need to start testing concepts using behavioural and emotional methodologies.
When I was in high school, I was very interested in becoming a software engineer. After discussing my dream with one of my favorite teachers, she told me I was “too social” to sit in front of a computer all day.
Fast forward a few years and I’m a software engineer at Optimizely. I recently hosted a panel on cultivating diversity in tech. Here are a few lessons and anecdotes that really resonated with me.
In the long-term, your A/B testing process is one of the most important factors driving performance of your conversion optimization efforts.
I want to share three tips that will make your A/B testing process more impactful. We use these techniques on daily basis to convince companies to invest in CRO, spot real customer problems, and run long-term optimization programs more efficiently.
As every online retailer knows, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are two of the busiest shopping days of the year. Using A/B testing and CRO to improve your e-commerce site is the key to maximizing your sales during these retail holidays.
Here at Optimizely we have the opportunity to work with some of the top e-commerce companies in the world, including Sony, Microsoft, Asics, Trunk Club, and Spreadshirt. Over the years they have run hundreds of A/B tests on their sites to increase sales and conversions and they’ve shared many of their learnings & insights with us.
If you’re a lead generation marketer, then you know you need to improve conversion rates. It sounds straightforward enough, but a lot of marketers are struggling with the most fundamental aspects of improving conversion rates: lead generation and lead quality. How do you know what kind of leads you really need? And how do you know if your incoming leads are high-quality? After all, not all leads are created equal.