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Split-testing 101

Split-testing 101
Includes a list of 108 ways to increase your website's profits Here’s how to get lots more customers—free—using split-testing software. Using split-testing software is a powerful way to increase your website's conversion rate (that is, its ability to turn visitors into customers). Many of the web's most powerful companies, including Amazon and Google, use this technique. Here’s our essential guide to increasing your conversion rate using split-testing software. It contains 108 simple techniques for growing your business. First, what does split-testing software do? If you had two possible headlines for your webpage but couldn’t decide which one to use, you could run an A/B split-test in which Half of your visitors would see Headline A, andThe other half would see Headline B. You could then tally the orders for each headline and determine which headline brought you the most. The split-testing software lets you carry out tests like this, although such tests often take several weeks to finish. 1.

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