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  1. 14 Top-Notch Resources to Help You Become a CRO Expert

    One of the most popular A/B and multivariate testing tools around, Visual Website Optimizer has a huge archive of case studies run by VWO customers. On the homepage, readers can test their conversion optimization knowledge by voting on whether the...

  2. Landing Page Optimization: How to Identify Testing Opportunities

    So it magically sends the different combinations in the multivariate test, or the right page in an A/B test. Multivariate Testing (MVT): Cutroni likes to compare MVT to using a scalpel – it's an opportunity to really fine-tune the pages and the...

  3. Does Your PPC Budget Match Your Conversion Optimization Budget?

    And you can now afford to run multivariate test that will let you know which elements of your design matter most and least. Now it’s easy to test all the stuff you’ve been wondering about: orange or red button, Verdana or Arial, 320 or 480 video...

  4. Supercharge Your Conversion Rate Optimization: How to Structure CRO & Win

    Forget A/B Testing – Go MultivariateMultivariate is the big brother of A/B testing and it’s an essential process to master for any serious site. Test across your site. Test right vs.left, color variations, and the text used, such as "Get a Quote...

  5. Create a Robust Landing Page Testing Strategy

    Once you know which type of conversion works best for the segment, you can begin testing elements within the page using multivariate or A/B testing. Your Landing Page Test is Ugly! Whether due to a lack of understanding about how to measure landing...

  6. Why Your Organization Needs a Culture of Testing & How to Make it Happen

    Whether you’re running them manually or using technology to manage multivariate testing, plot out a matrix of attributes and then consider the combinations. Testing: What s imperative you take the time to think about what you need to test and why.

  7. Video Search 101, Part 2

    Switch out different pages or parts of pages, A/B testing and multivariate testing to shake things up and see if you achieve better results. Try it, test the results, and then modify your plan accordingly.