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Optimize your site with A/B testing and heatmaps.

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Stunning WordPress Sites of the Fastest-growing Consumer Products & Services Companies

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Which Consumer Products & Services companies trust in WordPress? Almost 30% of the fastest-growing companies use WordPress. See their great websites! You may download the full list of Consumer Products & Services companies from Inc. 5000 list that use WordPress.

Can You Run Multiple A/B Tests at the Same Time?

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A/B Testing is a great method for figuring out the best strategy to engage your customers. But, unfortunately, it’s not a magical, instantaneous tool—it relies on your understanding of your business, customers, and website, and setting up new tests and getting meaningful results always takes time. In order to maximize your marketing efforts, you might be tempted to run multiple A/B tests at the same time.

Impressive WordPress Websites of the Fastest-growing Construction Companies

Read Impressive WordPress Websites of the Fastest-growing Construction Companies

Which construction companies trust in WordPress? More than 46% of the fastest-growing companies use WordPress. See their great websites! You may download the full list of Construction companies from Inc. 5000 that use WordPress.

Make Your Best Alternative Permanent

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A/B testing is fun. At least, once you know how it works. And especially once you have a bunch of ideas to test. But it also involves a lot of work. Today, I’ll explain you how Nelio A/B Testing makes your life easier and takes care of some of this work.

WordPress Migration Problems and How to Fix Them

Read WordPress Migration Problems and How to Fix Them

Migrating your WordPress site to another location should be a painless process. Just export your database, import it in the new host, move your files there, configure everything, and make the new site live. However, there are some steps that, when not done right, could provoke several problems that cause trouble and lead to unsuccessful site transfers. In this post I’ll review the required steps in a WordPress migration to show you the most common problems I found after three years migrating sites for customers of Migrate To WordPress.

Building and Testing an Optimization Plan

Read Building and Testing an Optimization Plan

To optimize your site you’ll observe, take measures, formulate hypotheses, and test them. It may seem like a lot of work, I know that. But you need to understand this is a consistent, structured, and ongoing process of making your website better over time. There are no silver bullets. Consistency is the key to success!

Great WordPress Sites of the Fastest-growing Business Products & Services Companies

Read Great WordPress Sites of the Fastest-growing Business Products & Services Companies

Which business products and services companies trust in WordPress? More than 45% of the fastest-growing companies use WordPress. See their great websites! You may download the full list of Business Product and Services companies from Inc. 5000 that use WordPress.

Have Your Customers Tell You What to Test Next

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Whether you’re an experienced A/B tester or a beginner who has only run a few tests (if any) so far, thinking about the tests you should run is complicated and time-consuming. Sure, we all know what’s the goal of an A/B Test—it aims to improve the conversion rate of your website. But how do we get there? How can we design tests that will actually improve our situation?