When building an ecommerce business, your website is your storefront. Your social media and search engine ads and email newsletters are your flyers. Your copy, images, and call-to-action buttons are your employees—conversing with customers and convincing them to make a purchase. On the surface, the static nature of an ecommerce site puts you at a disadvantage. You can’t alter your pitch, or shopping experience, depending on who walks in the door. Or can you? As it turns out, you can, and that’s where A/B testing comes in. A/B testing, or split testing, presents half of your site visitors with one
In today’s digital age, online retailers are using a huge variety of tools to market their business. Email marketing remains the most powerful tactic for reaching potential customers, especially when paired with good A/B testing, you can fine-tune your messages to drive substantial conversion results. There are multiple ways to test the efficacy of your email campaigns. You can experiment with different variants of your email’s structure and switch it up. You can test emails in order to see what your recipients respond by using different Subject Lines, different layouts and optimize it’s open and click-through rates. What Is A/B Testing?