You regularly run A/B tests on the design of a pop-up. You have a process, implement it correctly, find statistically significant winners, and roll out winning versions sitewide.
Your tests answer every question except one: Is the winning version still better than never having shown a pop-up? Keep reading »
The robots are taking over. They’re going to be better than us, and then steal our jobs, and eventually turn on us and conquer the world. That’s the kind of hyperbolic language you’re probably hearing everywhere today. But some of it is true.
Will the skills you’re learning today be obsolete by tomorrow? Is there a point to learning new things if artificial intelligence (AI) is going to do it better? Is marketing going to become completely automated, and no longer require the human touch?
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 »
You need to run experiments. The one who runs the most experiments wins.
BUT – most marketing experiments are done wrong. What’s missing is hypothesis driven testing across all inter-business disciplines. Keep reading »
Artificial Intelligence is powerful and will open doors we don’t even know exist at the moment. But there are some steps you can take today to ensure that you are making the most of this new capability and are not left behind.
As this is such a nascent area, it serves to begin with a brief description of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. My assumption is that you have read a dozen different definitions and should be curious about which applies to this particular essay.
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 »