Tag: statistics

A-then-B conversion optimization for smaller traffic Shopify stores

I did a lot of A/B testing in the past, especially with paid advertising and clicks. But it’s difficult to do that with lower traffic and a major conversion (e.g. purchase). Instead I started doing what I call: A-then-B testing. In A-then-B testing, you measure your results right now (your A, the control). Then you make …

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Conversion rate optimization dogma

This week I was reading a conversation from a self-described “conversion expert”. They were claiming that some optimizations made to a Shopify store were invalid because the store didn’t run an A/B test and wait for statistical significance. What a line of BS. Statistical significance is jargon for, the result is valid and probably not …

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