Users almost never look at anything that looks like an advertisement, whether or not it’s actually an ad. To heal from banner blindness, Heatmaps and A/B Testing are powerful remedies.
If your site includes an eCommerce section, it’s likely that many of your A/B tests will be aimed at enticing more visitors to access your shop page. In WooCommerce, the shop page is a special kind of page that until now Nelio A/B testing was not able to track. I’m happy to say that with […]
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Optimize the conversions of your SiteGround WordPress site thanks to Nelio A/B Testing
I got curious about the usability performance of our sites, so I tried a bunch of tools that help you understand how good (or bad) your websites are… With no effort at all, I’ve been able to understand a little bit more about our visitors and I increased the conversion rate of our WordPress sites. Here’s what I learned through the process, and here is how you can get similar results!
A good graphic design can be vital if you have trouble identifying colors. Color blindness and WordPress combine perfectly, with some exceptions.
Want to know which are the most loved A/B testing experiments provided by Nelio A/B Testing for WordPress? This analysis indicates how our customers use our tool to optimize the conversion rate of their WordPress sites, and to get a better understanding of their visitors. See the chart and start optimizing today.
In the last WordPress Day Madrid, we gave a talk on Conversion Optimization for WordPress sites. Here you have the slides with a practical introduction to A/B Testing including case studies and a few tips.
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After a failed attempt at changing our Landing Page, we are now showing a new featured image! We hope you like the new page, in the end it’s your “fault”…