How to make your web visitors perform the actions you want them to do.
Nelio A/B Testing 6.3 is now able to natively track submissions of HubPost Forms using its JS API. It also implements global IP exclusions. Discover here how you can benefit from this and more.
With Nelio A/B Testing 6.2, it is now possible to restart recently-stopped tests. Moreover, it improves its integration with cookie-manager plugins, fixes an issue with events from The Events Calendar created using Elementor, and more.
This version enables enterprise users to use their own (sub)domain to track events triggered by their tested visitors. It also comes with several improvements and bug fixes that you can’t miss. Check it out!
Nelio A/B Testing 6.0.4 introduces Scoped Goals, a new setting to customize the pages on which conversion actions can occur. It also adds new notification emails and improvements, and fixes several bugs.
This release introduces quota limits per site, which allows pro and enterprise subscribers to easily limit and monitor quota usage per site. It also brings custom capabilities to customize which users can do what with the plugin.
Case study of Boonstra Marketing experience with Nelio A/B Testing. This is how they doubled their customers’ revenue.
Case study of Cyberimpact experience with Nelio A/B Testing. How they improve their conversion (account creation) by testing their website from 1% to 2%
Case study of Secret Flights experience with Nelio A/B Testing. How they improve their conversion by testing their website before adding new UI features.
If you want to make sure visitors do what you want them to do, like buying something or signing up for a service, you should understand user behavior and use tricks to design A/B tests to guide people toward those actions.
A/B testing is not just about improving conversion rates, but also about improving the overall user experience. By analyzing user behavior and testing different design elements, content, and features, you can optimize your website to provide the best possible user experience.
By implementing advanced segmentation in your A/B testing strategy, you can improve the accuracy of your results and make more informed decisions about how to optimize your website for different segments of your audience.