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Best Practices For Conversion Rate Optimization – Part 4 of 6

This is the fourth article in the series of 6 articles focusing on the Best Practices for Conversion Rate Optimization.

Before we dive deeper into the Best practices for CRO, I would like to mention that the following content is based upon the learnings that I did during the Second Week of Conversion Optimization, my nano degree course at CXL Institute, led by Peep Laja & team.

I have divided this article into six parts to ensure maximum readability & thorough understanding.

In the last article, we discussed

  • Principles of persuasive design
  • Typography and content
  • Radical redesign vs. evolutionary design

In this article, we will discuss,

  • Home pages
  • Pricing & pricing pages
  • Website speed optimization

Let’s get started.

Home Pages

Whenever a home page is designed, there are two goals as the main objectives.

  1. Provide information to the user/visitor
  2. Provide useful links via top-level navigation for all the related additional information

As we dive deeper into the home page design, we come across the third goal or you can term it as the secondary goal. The secondary goal is to send visitors to the sales funnel. In order to achieve this, you have to work on the page fold, CTAs and visuals to lead the visitor in a particular direction.

To assess a home page, we look for answers to the following questions

  1. Does the page have a clear value proposition?
  2. Is there a single, clear primary call to action?
  3. Are there links to additional information?

Have a look at the home page of Slack and analyze it as per the above questions.

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Courtesy: Slack.com

CXL conducted a study to evaluate the value proposition presentation and came around some interesting insights.

  • The value proposition should be bigger intriguing the participants to notice it and focus on it.
  • Bullet lists are preferred over a short paragraph.
  • If you increase the benefits, it is easier for the visitor to recall a significant number of them.

However, it’s not recommended to blindly copy a home page, assuming it would yield similar results for your website as well. So keep experimenting by trying out different copies, visuals & layouts.

Pricing & Pricing Pages

The pricing page is the goal line to the business objective; It’s the point at which a buying decision is made.

We, as a business owner put so much time, sweat equity, and love into our products, but when the time comes to set up our pricing and build out our pricing page we spend only around a few hours arguing amongst our teams before deciding the number backed by a few discussions. As we talk about the best practices for conversion rate optimization, pricing page plays an important role in determining the growth of your business.

The Higher The Price Point, The More You Need To Explain

How much time would you spend on taking the decision if the product price is 1$? Minutes or even seconds. But if the product is being sold for 1000$, now? You would want to know more information or consult the product representative, take a look at reviews, or even read the FAQs.  In other words, the more expensive your product or service is, the more content needs to be in front to back your pricing.

Don’t Ask People How Much They Would Pay

Instead of asking people to suggest the pricing, create a simple formula around it. Test the pricing with actual traffic and experiment with a few numbers until you come up with a rational price that performs well.

Things That Typically Work Well And You Should Experiment With

  • Multiple prices vs. one price – list multiple packages with proper differences so they can decide which one is the best for them.
  • Decoy pricing – a tricky scenario where one package is given an upper hand to ease the buyer’s decision
  • Price Anchoring/Contrast principle – create multiple packages, having a huge difference, causing the customer to buy the cheaper pricing package/plan.
  • Decoy + Contrast – use the above two points to create a pricing strategy for different packages.
  • Price ending with 9s – do you think $9 price ending increases demands? Yes, and it’s backed by a number of case studies.

Should You Always Reveal The Prices (even in B2B)?

Definitely, if your competitors are disclosing the pricing on their website, whereas you are offering the visitor to request a quote, you will lose a lot of business. Most of the time, visitors are too impatient to request a quote.

However, if you don’t have fixed prices, you can always put a few slabs for the visitors so they would have an idea of estimated pricing. This practice will also ensure better qualified leads.

Some Best Practices/tips For Optimizers To Consider When Assessing Pricing Design

  1. Make it easy for the visitor to understand the differences between plans.
  2. Help the people identify the right plan for themselves.
  3. Address FUDs (fears, uncertainties, doubts).
  4. Offer multiple currency options to aid their buying decision
  5. Give a discount on annual plans
  6. Display a clear call to action

Website Speed Optimization

Website speed optimization affects the instantaneous gratification of the visitor. You wouldn’t want your website to take extra time to load as the visitor would instantly shift the focus on any other tab on the browser. A fast loading website can have positive effects on everything from user experience to bounce rate, time on site, and other important metrics.

Ideal Site Speed

Jakob Nielsen, who holds a Ph.D. in human-computer interaction, says 10 seconds can be the maximum loading time for a website.

Let’s take a look at some interesting stats:

Tools To Evaluate Site Speed

All of these tools make it simple to test your site’s performance – usually, it’s as easy as pasting in your site’s URL and letting the tool work its magic.

Tip: Check speed info in Google Analytics by visiting speed reports under the Behavior.

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Best Practices For Conversion Rate Optimization – Part 3 of 6

This is the second article in the series of 6 articles focusing on the Best Practices for Conversion Rate Optimization. You can read the second part here.

Before we dive deeper into the Best practices for CRO, I would like to mention that the following content is based upon the learnings that I did during the Second Week of Conversion Optimization, my nano degree course at CXL Institute, led by Peep Laja & team.

I have divided this article into six parts to ensure maximum readability & thorough understanding.

In the last article, we discussed

  • E-commerce Category Pages
  • E-commerce Signups
  • Incoming Phone Leads & Call Tracking.

In this article, we will discuss,

  • Principles of persuasive design
  • Typography and content
  • Radical redesign vs. evolutionary design

Let’s get started.

Principles Of Persuasive Design

The literal definition of Persuasion is, “In business, persuasion is a process aimed at changing a person’s (or a group’s) attitude or behavior toward some event, idea, object, or another person (s), by using written, spoken words or visual tools to convey information, feelings, or reasoning, or a combination thereof.”

When we talk about Persuasive Design, it resonates with the effort that the marketer does to trigger a specific action by the visitor on your website.

Do you know what tactics Gary Vaynerchuk uses to persuade his audience? He talks fast, acts confident, guards them & swears a bit here and there too.

Let’s discuss the five principles of Persuasive Design

1. Clarity Above All

As soon as the visitor lands on your website, the human brain starts to process the copy & design. Some of the common questions are, what is it? What can I do here? How is it useful to me? If your copy & design are apparent in the first few seconds, your bounce rate will decrease, and the average time would be positively impacted. However, if you use long sentences, and words that sound more like riddles, the visitor will instantly lose the focus.

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2. Visual Appeal

The human brain processes visuals 50 times faster than the copy. Whatever you do, make sure your website has compelling visuals. So, if you are selling physical products, show the best pictures. If you are selling services or SaaS tools, show the screenshots. Google recognizes two factors that determine visitors would like the website or not.

  1. Low visual complexity – the simplicity of design of the website
  2. High prototypicality – how familiar is the layout that you used
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Courtesy: Logz.io.

3. Visual Hierarchy

When we talk about using visuals, we tend to focus on the design that prioritizes the objective of the website. As the first impression, the visitors notice the main design, the CTA, discount offers banner, or maybe the copy that you wrote as the highlighted headline. Now, if you want any of these to stand out, you have to give them appropriate size along with a color that makes it visible more than any other element as the first impression.

don’t forget that visual hierarchy is not about correctly stuffing everything. It’s also about the correct usage of white spaces to make the overall design look more straightforward, and the attention remains on the main element.

4. Conserve Attention At All Costs

Now that you have prioritized clarity maintained a visual hierarchy and used highly captivating visuals. It’s time for you to keep them hooked to your website. How would you sell your photography services? You can put high-quality images of your previous work and keep showing them until, at the end of the scroll, they find your fees or a form to contact you. Since you have already captured their attention, it would be easier to sell to them.

5. One Action Per Screen, When They’re Ready

How many pages does your website have? What are the most desired goals of these pages? Determine the actions. Every page on your website must have a single CTA, that should be most prominent, and visible. However, the CTAs, or triggers should be placed carefully, after analyzing the peak of motivation for that particular action. Poorly placed CTAs would harm your conversion rate.

The goal of persuasive design is to make sure the fold area is distinct, creating a value proposition statement, and giving people enough reason to scroll down.

Typography And Content

Typography focuses on adjusting the text within the design while creating compelling content. It provides an attractive appearance and preserves the aesthetic value of your content. When we talk about best practices for conversion rate optimization, typography plays a vital role in setting the overall tone of your website and ensures a great user experience.

Let’s understand this with the help of a few questions.

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What’s the best font size and type?

The recommended smallest size is 16 pixels for body copy. However, smaller font sizes can be used for mentioning help texts such as instructions for form labels, etc. Apart from font size, line height needs to be carefully assessed too. Headlines & CTAs would be more significant & prominent.

Is there a best font?

No, however, some standard fonts are used mostly as they are easy to read, such as Arial, Georgia, or Tahoma. If you are using a new font that forces the visitor to apply extra focus on understanding the text, you will affect the readability negatively.

How to structure the copy?

The recommended approach is

  • using ordered and unordered lists,
  • serving images with text to break it up,
  • new paragraph every 3-4 lines,
  • sub-headline every 1-2 paragraphs.

Is there an optimal line length?

As most studies confirm, the ideal length is around 50-75 characters.

If the length exceeds, the reader will have a hard time focusing on the text.

If you have lesser characters, the visitor’s reading rhythm would be disturbed now and then.

What gets read?

To answer this, I am mentioning the most favorable structure of copy that is easy for the eyes to scan.

  • Headline (#1)
  • Intro paragraph,
  • Bullets above the fold,
  • Sub-headlines.

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 The amount of text that read by a great deal is reduced due to poor content. Don’t try to save money by hiring a cheap copywriter, as it will drastically affect the conversion rate.

Radical Redesign vs. Evolutionary Design

As we talk about the best practices for conversion rate optimization, we think of A/B testing as the primary tool for the optimization of the current design. But, now and then, a scenario comes where you get confused whether you continue optimizing the existing site, or scrap it and do a radical redesign instead? And it’s not such a simple decision as it seems,

Local Maxima

The point where despite your continuous changes to the design, the effects are close to negligible or non-existent, is called the Local Maxima. This is also the point where the conversion analysts have to make a decision. Either they go with more updates to the current design (evolutionary design approach) or choose to redesign of the page. This decision heavily relies on the data along with their intuition.

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Courtesy: Andrew Null

How To Decide When To Redesign?

The first simple answer to this much-debated question is to assess if it’s brand & identity redesign? If yes, the optimal solution is to start over. Otherwise, go through the conversion research, identify the issues, and make sure you note down everything that is working. As it’s preferable that the new design includes all the positive aspects of the previous design.

When is Radical Design Better?

  • You’ve hit the Local Maxima.
  • Outdated tech-stack and legacy technologies are used.
  • The design layout is not the standard practice anymore.
  • Conversion analysis has revealed a considerable number of design issues.

When is the Evolutionary Approach Better?

  • You have space and ideas to test with a high probability of significant effects on conversion rate.
  • A large number of returning visitors have adopted your current design.

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Best Practices For Conversion Rate Optimization – Part 2 of 6

This is the second article in the series of 6 articles focusing on the Best Practices for Conversion Rate Optimization. You can read the first part here.

Before we dive deeper into the Best practices for CRO, I would like to mention that the following content is based upon the learnings that I did during the Second Week of Conversion Optimization, my nano degree course at CXL Institute, led by Peep Laja & team.

I have divided this article into six parts to ensure maximum readability & thorough understanding.

In the last article, we discussed

  • Web Forms
  • Buttons & Call To Action
  • Fold & Page Length

In this article, we will discuss,

  • E-commerce Category Pages
  • E-commerce Signups
  • Incoming Phone Leads & Call Tracking.

Let’s get started.

E-commerce Category Pages

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The objective of every e-commerce category page is to help visitors find something they like, want, or need. We can help potential buyers with the following strategies.

Narrow Down Choice

Every e-commerce store offers a variety of products. Let’s start with filters. Filters are an essential component. Based on your store, you can either put the filters right on top or on the left-hand side.

Along with the filters, you can put product badges to help some products stand out. These can be the ones you have a higher margin on, or maybe in large quantity. Sometimes you go to a restaurant, and you are unable to decide anything. So you just look at Staff Pick for Today, because that sounds like a safe option. That is precisely how Product Badges work.

Sort Products

Just like filters, sorting is an essential component of an e-commerce store. Organized products are always better than clutter. Usually, the sorting choices are by price, customer rating, newly added & so on. Make sure this sorting feature is right in front of the customer.

One of the best examples of Narrowing down the choice & sorting can be seen at J. (Junaid Jamshed) online store.

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“Is it for me?”

Three essential factors back every buying decision.

  1. Product photo — must be bright & large enough.
  2. Product name & description — concise info about the product always increases the sales.
  3. Price — make it prominent.

There have been several instances, where a store experienced a hike in sales just by updating the photos of the page. Visitors want to see the product by every angle, give them the highest quality photos with a feature to rotate & zoom.

Focus Of The Page

If your page has anything that distracts the customers from buying the product, evaluate & eliminate it. Some of them (MIGHT BE) are

  • Cluttered sidebars
  • Banner ads, Google AdSense
  • Email opt-ins
  • Random clutter

Apart from the above, you should have breadcrumbs on your site. They enhance the usability of the website. Make sure the Call To Action is prominent & clearly defined.

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When optimizing category pages, don’t think specific tactics or implementation. Instead, use a structured approach to evaluate whether the page helps people

Ecommerce Signups

How many times it happened that you added a product to your cart, proceeded to checkout. And you were asked to signup as a necessary step? Too many times.

1 in 4 abandon online purchases due to forced registration.

The approach to force registration is part of Greedy Marketer Syndrome that I mentioned in my last article. There is a myth that if a person signs up to an e-commerce store, that will start a never-ending loyal relationship — absolute bad practice.

So, what are the best practices?

  1. Use better terminologies such as New & Returning customers, instead of register.
  2. Only ask for their email on checkout, this would ensure you can email them even if they abandon the cart.
  3. Introduce Guest Checkout, and give them the option to register, if they want. (Associate a benefit with registering an account)
  4. Use social logins, such as Google & Facebook. Highly recommended and widely implemented now.

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Incoming Phone Leads & Call Tracking

Many business rely on phone calls for their everyday operations. If you look at the Real Estate industry, it’s an essential step to talk with an agent over the call. There can be several use cases where businesses prefer calls over emails.

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Phone Calls = Conversions!

If you want people to call, you have to work similarly as you work when you want them to buy something from you. Likewise, phone calls can be increased when you optimize your flow to achieve that.

Optimizing For More Incoming Calls

As we talked about optimizing the website for increased conversions, likewise, optimization for phone calls follow similar principles.

Add Phone Numbers Into Your PPC Ads

One of the ideal places to put the phone number is in the ad itself. Seeing a phone number encourages the customer to call, as they know they can directly communicate with a human.

Carefully analyze your audience, craft the ad copy & design, and test what works best for you.

Give Them A Reason To Call

The need drives every action by the visitor. Create a list of benefits that you are offering. Test them one by one, maybe put them in groups too. Analyze which reason triggers more visitors to call.

You can come up with a unique offer to increase the phone calls too.

Put The Offer In The Right Places.

As we talked about the most critical content in the top fold, you should be putting the phone number where the customers can see it easily.

Try putting it in the top half of the content, & in the footer. You can even put a decent popup that gets trigger if the customer scrolls down to the bottom.

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Set Up Phone Tracking With Google Analytics

Tracking phone calls has multiple benefits.

  1. Which page is triggering the most calls?
  2. What was their previous action before the call? Did they scroll to the bottom? Or made the call from the popup?
  3. You will also know which strategy is getting you more calls, very useful.
  4. You can also see which PPC or SEO keywords they used.

Adding an analytics event or tag for phone calls will get you very reliable data, & it is easy to implement.

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Introduction To Conversion Rate Optimization by Jibran Yousuf

Introduction To Conversion Rate Optimization

If we analyze the paradigm shifts of the Internet, we come across three paradigms in the past three decades, starting from the 1990s, with Yahoo & Lycos, to Google in the 2000s, followed by Social Media sites in 2010s.

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And now the Internet is easily accessible by almost everyone, even in remote locations, which intrigued the businesses to grow their digital presence. And now every industry, including eCommerce stores, SaaS businesses, non-profit organizations, or even political campaigns, focus on their online presence. Now they all own a website, has their location on Google Map, takes online orders & sell their services, and influence the people around the globe right from their comfort of home.

Analysis of customer behaviour shows that between 70–80% of people research a company online before visiting a small business or making a purchase with them. 97% of consumers go online to find a local store or local services.

These paradigm shifts not only introduced a new scope of work but also added several new growth & marketing strategies & tactics to be implemented online for the hypergrowth of startups, & established businesses.

In this article, we will discuss one of the essential processes in growth marketing, i.e. Conversion Rate Optimization or as we call it CRO.

Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)

Before we dive deeper into the CRO, I would like to mention that the following content is based upon the learnings that I did during the First Week of Conversion Optimization, my nano degree course at CXL Institute, led by Peep Laja & team.

This course’s lectures were conducted by Brian Massey, the Managing Partner at Conversion Sciences.

Introduction To Conversion Rate Optimization

When we talk about online marketing, there are two ways to increase your revenue. Either you start driving more traffic to your website to increase sales, or you improve the overall website effectiveness to increase the number of people who purchase something from you. Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) focuses on the second way. Let’s get started.

Conversion Rate Optimization

Why CRO?

Let’s consider that you have a website, and you are not getting enough conversion, visitors are not purchasing your products, your services are not selling, and you are not getting enough leads to convert them.

There are two ways to tackle the current situation. Either design a new website landing page OR gather the data based on current visitors, & analyze it. Based on this analysis, update the chunks of website layout design. Which one sounds better? I am sure you would go for the latter. However, Fishline.com went for the first one, in November 2012, and updated the whole website layout.

Finish Line Website on November 18, 2012
Finish Line Website on November 19, 2012

This step, damaged Finish Line business with an estimation of 3 Million US Dollars with a few weeks. This is where CRO comes into play, enabling you to do test-driven updates to your website, minimizing the risk factor of crashing the business.

CRO primarily focuses on the following:

  • Decrease the Cost per Acquisition (CAC)
  • Increase the number of leads
  • Get more sales

So If your business has fewer leads, high bounce rate with a high cost of acquisition, you must focus on CRO processes to grow your business exponentially without risking the current growth.

The Basics

When we talk about improving the Conversion Rate, try sharing this objective with the colleagues around you. You will be bombarded with ideas, from your team, your boss, or the ideas that you took as inspiration from your competitors.

And most of the time, these ideas make their way onto the live website, without a proper framework to validate all those ideas. This happens due to several reasons, sometimes due to the political will of your superiors, while sometimes due to your confirmation bias of the idea that you suggested.

How to avoid this problem? Most of the people would say, let’s learn how to manage these ideas. No, the human brain has the built-in ability to distinguish ideas. We use this ability in our daily lives. Now, remember how many times you analyzed the current situation and curated a perfect status update or tweet for your social media profile, that brought a lot of engagement?

The last time you bought a product from Amazon, you got stuck between two variants, and you quickly went into reviews to decide which one to buy? All of these are the example that the CRO mindset is already wired into our brain; we just need to use in our business.

Understanding Conversion Rate Optimization
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The above examples are also the daily life example of A/B testing. As you compare two updates, analyze the data, and choose the one that benefits you at most.

Now that you have an idea of what CRO is, we will talk about the three founding pillars:

  • Managing the ideas
  • Increasing the sample size
  • Improving the quality of the sample.

Managing Ideas

Managing Ideas for Conversion Rate Optimization
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Ideas are the oxygen for a digital marketer, that is large in number. As I said before, share the objective with your team, and you will be quickly having 10–20 ideas within an hour. Our brain is programmed to have multiple ideas. So how to decide which one is worth trying? And how to politely decline the idea of your boss or any senior authority in the business?

Simply, create a spreadsheet, and write down all the ideas in that list, gather it from the team & even from your boss.

Writing A Hypothesis

Now, write a hypothesis for every idea, in the given format.

The hypothesis to enhance ideation

Taking an example of Nonfig, I had the idea to change the text on the CTA button in your lead opt-in form on your main landing page, so I wrote the hypothesis for that.

If I update the CTA button text of opt-in form to Claim Your Free 3 Months
I expect to get more leads.
As measured by Number of leads in Google Analytics

Ranking Ideas

Once you are done with the hypothesis, rank your ideas based upon these three factors, usually rating them from 1 to 5.

  • Impact — the effect of the idea post-implementation
  • Confidence or Proof — the probability of achieving the desired impact
  • Effort to Test — the amount of work required to conduct this test

Updating the CTA button text can create a significant impact, has the credibility to succeed based on the Copytesting rules, and the effort to test this change is minimal. Whereas changing the graphical assets used on the landing page from photos to vector might create a huge impact too. But the effort to test is high, and therefore we know the first test can be easily prioritized.

Sources Of Insight

Whenever we talk about initiating a test, it’s recommended to analyze the ideas based upon a number of data sources.

First of all, Google it. In this continually changing world, a number of marketers are regularly running tests and putting their findings on the web. Go through them, and check if your ideas are even testable or not.

Find out what is required to execute these ideas, maybe some just need a simple fix, whereas some need an update in layout design.

Gather Insights for Conversion Rate Optimization
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One of the most recommended sources of data is your website analytics, and it has everything that you are looking for before running a test. Analytics can help you save hours of work, and you will be able to understand the visitor behaviour more accurately analyzing the patterns.

Apart from the above, many tools give you insights and save you from the disappointment of running a test that shouldn’t be run in the first place. A few of these tools are:

  • Hotjar — provides feedback through tools such as heatmaps, session recordings, and surveys.
  • SessionCam — provides a click heatmap, a scroll map, and a screen recording feature to view how users behave on pages.
  • Tobii — focuses on sensor technology that makes it possible for a computer or other device to know where a person is looking.

A/B Testing Basics

A/B Testing in Conversion Rate Optimization

Whenever a person listens to the term Conversion Rate Optimization, their mind instantly thinks of A/B Testing. However, CRO is much more than just A/B Testing.

A/B Testing is the best way to collect visitors’ behavioural data by presenting them with different versions of a creative, or layout, or even a copy on your website.

When we talk about getting feedback about a particular feature, or an update, we consult it with our team, our friends, & the family circle. Most of the time, the feedback is not accurate, and they act as pretenders & liars.

A/B testing allows you to run the test, with both ends. As they both ends do not know the actual person behind the insight that you receive. CRO specialists will only get the numbers in forms of analytics. Whereas the visitor won’t even know that they are being tested, so their response is natural.

The key to running A/B Testing is to understand which tests need to be run. This is vitally important to avoid running tests where they are not required. Also, keep in mind that it’s not necessary that the test variant that you are supporting only because of your own confirmation bias will lead the test.

Bring It All Together – Conversion Rate Optimization

Conversion Rate Optimization is one of the fundamental processes of Growth Marketing. We learned what CRO is & why is it important. We also shed light on how great ideas are lost, while ideas supported by political will make it to the top. However, we came across the framework to manage ideas. Insights are essential. Once you have the list of sources of raw data, combined with the powerful features of excellent tools, it becomes the perfect recipe to run A/B Tests.

In the next article, I have discussed the Best Practices for the CRO.

Do you have any questions? Feel free to ask in the comments section below.

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