How to Do A/B Testing: A Checklist You’ll Want to Bookmark

When marketers like us create landing pages, write email copy, or design call-to-action buttons, it can be tempting to use our intuition to predict what will make people click and convert. But basing marketing decisions off of a “feeling” can be pretty detrimental to results. Rather than relying on guesses or assumptions to make these decisions, you’re much better off running an A/B test — sometimes called a split test. A/B testing can be valuable because different audiences behave, well, differently. Something that works for one company may not necessarily work for another. In fact, conversion rate optimization (CRO) experts…

To some marketers, A/B tests are a no-brainer. After all, there’s nothing like knowing which marketing content is preferred with your target audience, before sending it out to the masses. Even though the test is a timeless marketing technique, it can be a little frustrating because of the uncertainty of it all. Thankfully, there’s an unlikely superhero to point to when we’re talking about the upgrades to a regular A/B test — machine learning. If you’re finding inconclusive or unnecessary results after A/B testing, you might want to try machine learning to see if that can optimize your A/B tests….