Rudly Raphael — July 31, 2018 — July 31, 2018 StockSnap / Pixabay First, let’s be honest. Although it is now a commonly used term, if you’re not familiar with “cluster sampling”, it can come across as a bad episode from the Twilight Zone. There’s something eerie about the word to make one feel like … Continue reading All You Need to Know About “Cluster Sampling”
Mike Moran — June 24, 2018 Follow @MikeMoran — June 24, 2018 Everyone wants to be data-driven these days, so A/B testing is all the rage. Too often, however, I run into clients that run dozens of tests a month and come back with the disheartening results: Not enough repetitions to know the right answer. … Continue reading How Do You Know How Long to A/B Test Your Website Changes?
T.J. Prebil — June 14, 2018 — June 14, 2018 Optimizing your customer experience requires a dedicated, ongoing commitment to testing. This is true across channels – from your website to your email and ad campaigns and your mobile app experiences. To drive results, you need to test, test, test, and then test some more. … Continue reading The Evolution of A/B Testing in a 1-to-1 World
Nathan Resnick — June 6, 2018 Follow @naterez94 — June 6, 2018 It’s no secret that you should consistently A/B test elements of your website. Every digital blog and podcast is talking about it. If you want to increase your conversion rate and make more money from the website traffic you’re already getting, then A/B … Continue reading 7 Things You Should A/B Test On Your Website Right Now
David Hoos — May 31, 2018 Follow @davidhoos — May 31, 2018 Let’s start with the good news. You’re running a fairly successful ecommerce site. You’re making a decent amount of revenue and things are chugging along nicely. But it’s not all bubblegum and roses. Frankly, you’re having challenges. Your store’s ecommerce conversion rate – … Continue reading A Detailed (Step-By-Step) Look at Effective Ecommerce A/B Testing
Ross Hamer — May 21, 2018 — May 21, 2018 We often get asked about the effectiveness of A/B testing. That’s not a surprise. We’re proud advocates of the ‘test everything’ approach here at Swrve, and are always delighted at opportunities to show just how beneficial it can be for your business – if done … Continue reading A/B Testing The Paywall – What’s The Upside?
Trying to kick remarketing ads? Contributor Andreas Reiffen discusses why you may be addicted to them and explains how KPIs directly aligned with business objectives help avoid the vicious cycle that comes from ROAS-based objectives. Andreas Reiffen on May 17, 2018 Pay-per-click (PPC) managers love remarketing. At first glance, this makes perfect sense, as it … Continue reading Beating remarketing addiction and testing for incremental value using Google Analytics
VerticalResponse — May 11, 2018 Follow @VR4SmallBiz — May 11, 2018 rawpixel / Pixabay When you first started marketing your business, your approach was likely based on a mixture of assumptions — your own ideas about what would drive revenue and brand awareness — and established best practices. As you may have discovered, in order … Continue reading 5 A/B Tests You Can Start Running Today
Kevin George — May 8, 2018 Follow @imkevin_monk — May 8, 2018 Like the famous proverb goes, “A rolling stone gathers no moss”, it is important to keep moving forward, be it in life or in your email marketing campaigns. Stagnation in terms of catering the same type of emails to your subscribers, just because … Continue reading Email A/B Testing – Everything you Need to Know!
Advertisers will now have more ways to test ads and a new dashboard to track split-test KPIs. Amy Gesenhues on April 3, 2018 Facebook is adding new features to its A/B split-testing feature for advertisers and making it available from within the Quick Creation workflow. The A/B ad-testing option, launched in October of last … Continue reading Facebook expands A/B ad-testing capabilities & adds reporting features