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Why Melvin loves Visual Website Optimizer?

We are starting a new series to profile testimonials and success stories of users who love Visual Website Optimizer. The idea of I Love VWO series came to us when one of our users, Melvin Ram, sent us a testimonial full of praises (without asking, how fantastic of him!). Following is what Melvin Ram from […]

Visitor Segmentation for A/B and Multivariate Tests

Most of the times you create and run A/B tests on all your website visitors. But there may be cases when you would like to test your ideas only for a particular segment for visitors. For example, you may want to test if a stripped down layout of website works better for returning visitors. Or […]

Architecture update: leaner, meaner and faster A/B tests

In our mission to be the best A/B testing platform on earth, we have recently updated Visual Website Optimizer architecture. This blog post updates what has changed and why. Prelude: phasing out of optional page tagging code In addition to tag-less testing which required no code changes, VWO had optional code for people who liked […]

How to visualize A/B test results? Shiny new charts to the rescue

Graphical visualization of dense information is perhaps the most important component for metrics-heavy apps such as Visual Website Optimizer. Accordingly, intuitive display of A/B test results is a priority for us. In the same spirit, we’re happy to  introduced new test result charts. Take a look at the screenshot below and bask in awesomeness: On […]

Debunking seven common excuses for not doing A/B testing

Most likely, A/B testing isn’t a must do activity for you.  After all, it requires spending some time thinking what to test and then some more time is required for coming up with interesting variations. (Luckily, VWO has removed all the technical and integration hassles so you save time there). All in all, it requires […]

What hackers have to say about A/B testing

Well, OK, the post is not about exactly the kind of hackers who do nasty stuff, breaking into computers and systems. This post is rather a compilation of best discussions on A/B testing at my favorite online hang out: Hacker News. That forum is a must visit if you can relate to startups, technology, science […]

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