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A/B Testing Case Studies

One of the best way to come up with A/B testing ideas is to learn from the experience of others. On this page you will find A/B testing case studies and conversion rate optimization case studies from the world’s largest brands and companies. We hope these stories will inspire you and help generate test ideas you can implement on your own website.

How Secret Escapes Increased LTV and Doubled Signup on Mobile

How Secret Escapes Increased LTV and Doubled Signup on Mobile

Secret Escapes is a flash-sale luxury travel company that offers discounted deals on four and five-star hotels around the world. The business is growing quickly with 300% YoY growth, expanding to markets in Germany and the U.S. with a base of 10 million+ members on their iOS/Android apps and website.

As a high-growth business in the extremely competitive online travel market, Secret Escapes cannot afford to make changes to any of their digital properties that might throw off this momentum. That’s why Secret Escapes runs all app and website changes—no matter how small—as Optimizely experiments first before rolling them out live.

A Method for Prioritizing A/B Test Ideas That Won’t Hurt Feelings

A Method for Prioritizing A/B Test Ideas That Won’t Hurt Feelings

Prioritization is the million-dollar question in optimization programs. It gets at the heart of our most frequently-asked question at Optimizely: “What should I test?” A strong prioritization process arms a growth marketer with the answer: “Here’s what we’ll test, in what order, and here’s why.”

Last week, we met Pauline Marol, the Lead Product Manager for optimization at Hotwire. Pauline’s prioritization process is a framework that keeps her optimization engine running smoothly with hundreds of ideas in the backlog and helps the very best ideas surface so they can be tested quickly.

As Pauline describes it, her prioritization “removes the emotion from A/B testing.”

Organized Ideation: How Hotwire Runs 120+ Experiments Per Year

Organized Ideation: How Hotwire Runs 120+ Experiments Per Year

Curious what optimization looks like at one of the internet’s top travel companies? In this series of three posts, we’ll dive into the optimized testing process of Pauline Marol, the Lead Product Manager for Site Optimization at Hotwire, a leading travel booking site owned by Expedia, Inc. In this first installment, we’ll explore how Pauline structures brainstorming by ‘conversion veins’. In the future, stay tuned for a deep dive into her prioritization framework for experiment ideas and a big mobile experiment win for her team.