A few weeks ago we released Nelio A/B Testing 4.0. This new version is a great step forward in terms of stability, efficiency, and compatibility. From now on, your WordPress server will have one, and only one, task: serving (original/alternative) content to your visitors.
If you’re planning to change the look and feel of your site, then you certainly need A/B testing! It doesn’t matter if it’s going to be a tiny update in your current theme or a completely revamped design; whenever you’re about to change something in your site, you need to make sure that the applied changes will be better. Today, we’ll discuss how Nelio A/B Testing can help you test Genesis-based themes.
2014 is almost over and it’s time to think about 2015. We want to help you achieve your New Year’s resolutions! In particular we want to make sure you get the most out of your WordPress, increase your customer base, and obtain more revenues! As you can imagine, the best way to achieve them all is applying A/B testing techniques. Take a look at the offer we prepared for you!
If you’re considering Nelio as your A/B Testing solution for WordPress, you’re probably wondering what it offers that’s different from its competition and why this matters. In this post, I’ll summarize the top five reasons for using Nelio A/B Testing.
Nelio A/B Testing 3.3 is finally available for all our customers and it’s a major improvement in the 3.X series. This release comes with lots of new features and improvements that any WordPress user will like, but if you’re a WordPress publisher or a blogger, you’ll love it! We’re the first ones to bring you easy Widget Testing. We improved title experiments by including Headline Testing. We boost the overall performance. Tons of updates are waiting for you!
The development of Nelio A/B Testing continues and, with every new release, it includes more functionalities, adds stability improvements, and solves compatibility issues. This week, we’ve launched version 3.2… and it does not come alone, for we also prepared a new Enterprise Plan!
If you run a blog and you want to show a list of featured posts, there’s plenty of options out there. However, they’re all bloated with tons of options that many of you don’t need. Today, we’re presenting a new plugin we’ve developed: Nelio Featured Posts. If you’re looking for a straight-forward, user-friendly plugin for defining a list of featured posts… well, here you’ll find what you’re looking for!
Today, we’re announcing the new release of our A/B Testing service for WordPress. It includes several new features, but the most important is related to conversions. With Nelio A/B Testing 3.1 you’ll now able to define Form Submissions as one of the conversion actions of a goal. The plugin seamlessly integrates two of the most-used, well-known form plugins for WordPress: Contact Form 7 and Gravity Forms. But there’s more! Tiny improvements in the user interface, advanced editor for CSS experiments, and several bug fixes are all included.
One of the main goals we have is to create the easiest, yet powerful, A/B testing tool for WordPress. Our new User Interface contribute
We’re currently working on version 3.0 of Nelio A/B Testing, and believe me when I tell you: it’ll be awesome! Nelio A/B Testing 3.0 will be a more mature, professional, and user-friendly product. This version will include some new features and, today, I’d like to focus on one of them: the Dashboard.