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Creating an experimentation program that’s more than A/B testing with Annika Thompson and Paul Randall

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Too often experiments are squandered. But if you put customer problems first and design the right type of test you can ensure every experiment is valuable to your business. The following talk will give your experimentation programs guardrails to make sure you’re not testing for testing sake. In this session Annika and Paul will share; How to map out business goals and customer problems. How to pick the right type of experiment. e.g when to use tree testing, copy testing, 5 second tests, A/B tests etc. How to gain insights faster and deliver more effective experiments.

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