Discover insider secrets on how to successfully build a high-performing growth team. How can you leverage CXL Institute, Kolbe tests, and other online resources to genuinely impact your bottom line? Which skills truly matter for fast growth, and which are the nice-to-haves? Keep reading »
Elite Camp 2018 (10th anniversary!) brough together 180 marketing and optimization people all over Europe. It was 3 days in a secluded beach resort with the best speakers and parties.
Here are 5 (or so) thoughts from every speaker from this year’s lineup. Keep reading »
There’s nothing that always works and pretty much nothing that never works either. Websites are highly contextual.
That being said, there are tests that tend to have a very high win rate. These are the test ideas that, while they don’t work 100% of the time, work more often than not.
Naturally, everything depends on the specific implementation — a good idea implemented poorly will not yield any results.
The following 20 testing ideas come from our own client-based research done over the years. Keep reading »
Hi folks! I’m starting a new vlog / YouTube show called – The Pe:p Show.
(As my name is actually pronounced like pep talk, not peep show).
It’s a series of short and to the point videos: all between 1 and 9 minutes. Topics that I’m covering go way past conversion stuff – it’s about optimizing all the things: your life, health, relationships, work, and business.
Your comments and suggestions super welcome!
Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager are tools that most marketers use on a daily basis. New stuff is added to both of them all the time.
What’s something new and useful that was added in 2017 the top experts love?
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I’m sure you’ve come across dozens, if not hundreds of image sliders or carousels (also called ‘rotating offers’). You might even like them. But the truth is that they’re conversion killers. Keep reading »
“Our A/B testing tool’s visual editor allows marketers to set up tests without needing developers!”
A version of this is communicated by pretty much every testing tool out there. Their websites show off screenshots or videos of visual editors. But it’s wrong. You shouldn’t use visual editors to run your testing program. Keep reading »