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VWO BLOG

on Conversion Rate Optimization

Posts By Vaishali Jain

A/B testing and conversion rate optimization (CRO) are not synonymous, but often confused. A/B testing is exactly what it says—a test to verify different sets of variations on your website. Conversion rate optimization, however, is much more than just testing. Conversion optimization is a scientific process that starts with analyzing your business' leaks, making educated hypotheses to fix them, and…

The problem with a traffic graph that’s going upward is that it’s not determinant of the number of customers. You can keep investing in traffic acquisition strategies until the cows come home, but that won’t yield any tangible results if you don’t optimize your website for conversions. But how do you go about adopting conversion optimization and increasing conversion on…

Every organization abides by a set of values and beliefs, which prompts the culture within the organization. This organizational culture can be seen as the way in which its members relate to each other, their work, and the outside world in comparison to other organizations. An overwhelming 84% of participants in the Global Culture & Change Management Survey conducted by…

An increasing number of companies and agencies are following a structured approach to Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO). Presently, we will be looking at how a tea eCommerce website increased revenue using conversion optimization. About the Company Your Tea is an online tea eCommerce site serving health and lifestyle-focused consumers. Tiny Tea Teatox is one of their largest sellers in their diversifying everyday…

“Multivariate tests are complicated.” “Multivariate tests give inconclusive results.” “Multivariate tests are same as A/B tests but with multiple variations.” Time and again, such statements may have stopped you from performing a multivariate test on your website. But how much of these statements is actually true? Let’s begin with understanding the basics. Difference Between A/B Testing and Multivariate Testing? While…

You conducted an A/B test—great! But what next? How would you derive valuable insights from the A/B test results? And more importantly, how would you incorporate those insights into subsequent tests? As Deloitte University Press Research on Industrialized Analytics suggests, acquiring information is just the first step of any robust data analysis program. Transforming that information into insights and eventually,…

Building a strong hypothesis is crucial for testing—no doubt. But what should you do when you have a backlog of potential hypotheses to test? How should you go about deciding which one to test first? Often, organizations do not have a structured approach to conversion rate optimization (CRO) and arbitrarily pick out a hypothesis from the pool of options they…

Coming up with an idea that you want to test isn’t tough. Coming up with one that you should test can be. More often than not, optimizers base their testing on intuitions and best practices, eventually yielding unfavorable results. Some others tend to adopt a myopic approach by keeping only a single aspect of the marketing funnel (acquisition/behavior/outcome) in mind,…

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