The articles below focus on Website Testing and Usability, two essential fields in order to improve the user experience and, ultimately, the website revenue. They show techniques that will help designing the user experience flow, implementing Split Testing methods and measuring which are the most effective pages to increase conversion rates.
Since mobile devices lead to new behaviors—like rotating screens, swiping and varying "folds,' it's critical for retailers to know what consumers are experiencing. The ability to quickly identify and remedy customer frustrations means not only fewer #fails on Twitter, but also greater gains from their mobile channels as well as their business as a whole.
This article is a discussion on how to improve websites when it comes to targeting, advertisement and usability. We discuss some of the unintended consequences of targeting and banner & design blindness; we also provide usability tips for better using ads and call to actions on websites.
Website Testing is one of the most important conversion optimization techniques. However, it should be used taking into consideration the wider context of online marketing. In this post I will show a case study on how to account for SEO when using AB testing in websites. I will first discuss how A/B test can hurt SEO and then provide a way to solve the issues that might be caused by A/B tests.
A/B testing is as simple as designing two versions of a webpage, splitting the traffic amongst those versions and choosing the version that produces maximum conversions. However, in order to truly boost your conversions, you need to know some of the advanced A/B testing tactics that only experienced practitioners currently use. Learn how to do it from this article.
One of the topics web analysts often deal with is analyzing the relationship between what a visitor sees and what they do. But how can we know if viewing certain content leads to a conversion or is there something else at play?
Should you start the conversion optimization journey with a test or with a deep data analysis? The answer, inevitably, contains the expression "it depends". The answer to the question differs radically between two segments: companies that are new to analytics and testing & companies that are veteran conversion optimizers.
We should not treat the serving of landing pages any different from the serving of ad banners. I would argue that we need to use superior methods and devote larger parts of our budget to the optimization of the serving of landing pages and its content; the landing page is the place where the user makes an actual commitment as opposed to just clicking a banner.
This article presents a special approach to User Experience: sketching. It shows why this approach helps improving communication (both with co-workers and clients). It help communicate a more complete idea and can help get everyone involved thinking the same way and moving together in the same direction.
This article presents a framework for split testing. From an overview of the most common techniques (AB and Multivariate Testing) to the resources needed for testing (People, Process, Technology) and the value it brings to the organization.
Testing is one of the most important techniques when it comes to website optimization. It shows us what the users like, how they react to design, which content they are looking for, which offer is more attractive, and so on. However, "users" are not a bunch of robots with the same needs and tastes.