As interest grows in conversion optimization and A/B testing, marketers are always searching for a new design that will generate significant uplifts in conversion rates. Because the majority of AB tests fail to produce any meaningful results, many marketers are too eager to declare a winner for a split test.
So, even in the few instances where a testing software declares a winner, there is a good chance that you merely identified a false positive.
How do you avoid that?
You start by having a good handle on A/B testing statistics to ensure that your data is collected and analyzed …Read More
Did you know anywhere from 80% to 90% percent of A/B tests do not produce any significant results?
Only 1 out of 8 A/B tests drive significant change.
Done incorrectly, some marketers have begun to question the value of A/B testing…
…their A/B test reports an uplift of 20% and yet, the increase reported by the AB testing software never seems to translate into improvements or profits.
“Most winning A/B test results are illusory.” (Source: Qubit)
Furthermore, the majority of arguments that call for running A/A testing consider it a sanity check before you run …Read More
Data from U.S consumer monitors demonstrates a distinct spending peak in certain seasons. Even amidst the 2008-2009 recession, the average spending always went up around new year and Christmas season.
Optimizing your website for conversions around peak seasons will give you an additional boast and generate higher revenues.
There are few basics premises that you should keep in mind while creating campaigns during the holidays:Read More
Regardless to how many CRO case studies you read about companies increasing a website conversion rate by 200% or 300%, the reality is that CRO is difficult.
If it weren’t, then most websites would have conversion rates of 20 and the 30%.
But that is not the reality. The average website conversion rate still hovers around 3%.
The good news is, there is a lot of focus on conversions nowadays. I remember in the early days of Invesp, most CMOs did not know what conversion optimization even meant. Today, most established brands have dedicated CRO teams. Even the number of …Read More
This article has been updated to reflect the more current process in 2018 June
Marketing projects can be complicated. Conversion optimization projects are even more intense. They require a very diverse set of skills, a lot of time and patience. It isn’t enough to just have an “eye” or know a few CRO “best practices” (whatever that is).
You see, when conversion rate optimization first gained momentum, a lot of sites lacked basic usability fundamentals. Finding “low hanging fruits” and making UX fixes, was a treat and usually ended with big revenue and conversion rate increases and wins. As companies …Read More
We did it. We have officially made it to the 12-year mark in our business. Yeah sure 12 years isn’t one of those milestones people talk about – it’s usually 10 or 15 years. But since we never did a 10-year anniversary post, we are doing it now.
12 years means a lot of challenges. And with every year we became more resilient overcoming issues that do many business in.
Throughout our many years, I can say this one thing applies to every business out there: there is no single strategy that can lead you to success. But hard work, …Read More
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Last week Ayat spoke about the SHIP method (Scrutinize, Hypothesize, Implement, Propagate). She honed in on the first letter in SHIP, Scrutinize. She summarized what it takes to build out your conversion roadmap so you have a plan for testing and moving forward.Read More
Khalid recently wrote a post on why most case studies suck. Well, it wasn’t actually that case studies that suck, but rather that the AB experiments conducted within these case studies are simply not valid. We also had an interesting discussion about in the Invesp linkedin and the Invesp facebook pages and tweeted about it as well.
The point of this long week debate came down to: process, process, process.
If you follow a sound CRO process and are careful about missteps when it comes to AB testing, you can achieve amazing results and have a successful program.
But for …Read More
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