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Use automation to build optimal flow states with Shawn David

Learn about human-first engineering in this in-depth interview where Shawn David discusses strategies to organize work and to break down tasks into smaller digestible sessions. He explained the most effective ways for teams to discover the work that should be automated the most by focusing on the desires and strengths of individuals, to remove work that is menial especially to them. We explored the impacts on company culture that menial tasks can cause and discussed some of the pitfalls with new technologies as well as lessons to keep in mind while reviewing new tools and technologies.

The Challenges of Building a Culture of Experimentation: Insights from Industry Leader Nima Yassini

Join Nima Yassini as he dives into experimentation culture, the journey of building a brand UX and digital marketing agency focused on conversion rate optimization, the integration of digital marketing and experimentation culture, the struggles and benefits of adopting a culture of experimentation, and the need for leadership and reinvestment in the experimentation industry.

Always start by testing your best variation with Zach Lebovics

Zach Lebovics shares insights on experimentation and product management. He discusses the importance of documenting assumptions, testing the best-case scenario first, and understanding that experiment failure isn’t solely tied to the outcome. Zach also shares personal experiences and learnings from working in companies like Zynga, Ritual, and Tonal, providing valuable tips for product managers.

Product Management vs. CRO with Bryce York

In an insightful interview at Experiment Nation’s Conference, Bryce York, Director of Product Management at Tatari, delves into several key insights. He explores the parallels and distinctions between CRO and product management, especially in smaller companies where overlapping skills are crucial. Bryce shares his personal journey from entrepreneurship to product management, underscoring the significance of both qualitative and quantitative data in experiment design. Additionally, he emphasizes the importance of documentation and knowledge sharing in cultivating an experiment-driven culture.

Create a more impactful testing roadmap with this framework – ft. Edmund Beggs

Documentation. The unsung, yet incredibly important part of any experimentation program. Great documentation allows you to look back at past experiments and find patterns of what were the most effective levers to inform your testing roadmap and levers you probably can deprioritize. In today’s episode of Experiment Nation, our own Charlotte April Bomford recently spoke to Edmund Beggs about the “Levers Framework” which allows to deliver results for their clients in shorter amounts of time. If you’d like to learn more about this interesting framework, watch the full interview.

The Top 20 Must-Meet CROs of 2023

Earlier this year, we asked the Experiment Nation community who were the CROs that they felt everyone should know because of their welcoming nature, openness to connecting folks with others, willingness to share their expertise, and being just all-around awesome folks. Here are the results along with what the community had to say about them.

How to get Stakeholder Buy-in for all your Experiments featuring André Morys

Learn from André Morys, CEO of KonversionsKRAFT, on gaining crucial stakeholder buy-in for experiments. André highlights the challenges faced by optimizers and advocates for understanding team dynamics through stakeholder mapping. He emphasizes approaching stakeholders, using empathy to build relationships, and overcoming objections. André shares practical insights on conflict management, including a stakeholder map with color-coded power dynamics. Discover the significance of regular check-ins, fostering trust, and achieving tangible results in experimentation. Master the art of securing support for your experiments effectively.

Will Laurenson: From Startups to CRO Mastery

Will Laurenson shares his journey from startup to becoming a CRO (Conversion Rate Optimization) expert. Will discusses the significance of usability, anxiety, and motivation in CRO, drawing from his extensive experience in running tests and optimizing various businesses. Will’s approach to CRO involves deep insights into user behavior and a focus on aligning products with customer needs, challenging the common pitfalls of assuming product-market fit based solely on initial traction or advertising success.

The CRO Statistical concepts all CROs should know featuring Ishan Goel

In this insightful video, Ishan Goel, transitioning from a software engineer to a researcher, delves into crucial CRO statistical concepts. He sheds light on statistical significance in experimentation, explores A/B testing intricacies, emphasizes the efficiency of sequential testing, and discusses challenges in stopping tests prematurely. The talk concludes by highlighting the intersection of experimentation and statistics in the realm of Conversion Rate Optimization.

Ad Optimization: Your Ads Aren’t Working and Here’s Why ft. Joe Fitzpatrick

So much is spent on ads that it’s a no-brainer to invest in ad optimization. Embracing experimentation and learning from failures is essential for long-term success in performance marketing. Experiment Nation’s Tracy Laranjo spoke with Joe Fitzpatrick about reasons why your ads aren’t working and what you can do about it.

Maximizing Results: A Comprehensive Guide to Ad Network Experimentation ft. João Marcelo Rodrigues

Maximizing results in ad network optimization requires a systematic approach. Start with A/B testing on Google Ads and gradually introduce more complex campaigns, balancing technical and creative aspects. Analyze your channel’s performance, ensuring sufficient impressions and conversions for statistically significant results. Shape your product to align with the ad network’s requirements and consider user experience. Prioritize velocity in testing initially, gradually enhancing quality, and encourage collaboration across different platforms for valuable insights in the quest for optimization.

The top CRO Myths that experimenters have to bust ft. Lucas Vos

Lucas, a senior conversion specialist, shares his journey in the media industry, emphasizing the transformative impact of A/B testing. He discusses myths about experimentation – debunking them along the way as well as highlights the importance of validation, integration into essential projects, and showcasing negative results. Lucas encourages testing the obvious and unexpected, questioning assumptions, and showing the value of experimentation to reduce risk and aid decision-making, making it an asset for senior managers and specialists.

Personalization timing matters – Avoid these common mistakes ft. Eric Melchor

Eric Melchor, an evangelist at Optimonk, emphasizes the importance of focusing on the product page for effective conversion rate optimization (CRO). He suggests treating website visitors as individuals and creating a personalized and enjoyable customer experience in real-time. Melchor also discusses the significance of capturing visitor interest early on and leveraging smart CRO tactics and personalization timing throughout the customer journey. Additionally, he mentions the value of optimizing the product page, as it can yield significant returns on investment.

CRO Organizational Structure- Centralized Team vs Process: with Oliver Paton

We explore various angles of CRO Organizational Structure. We discussed primarily the differences between centralized CRO teams vs a company-wide experimentation culture, and how this is best looked at as a continuum. Companies starting out might benefit from a centralized CRO team whereas more mature optimization programs can benefit more from working experimentation into all facets of the company. How can a company who does 0 experimentation introduce and adopt an experimentation process/culture? We also chatted about experimentation at the customer level, what this means, and how it could be the future of optimization.

What CROs need to know about Heatmaps with Deborah O’Malley

Heatmaps to the rescue! Creating an impactful website hero section above the fold is vital for user engagement. Clear value propositions and compelling calls to action are essential, as users often don’t scroll past this section. Heat mapping, combined with other techniques like exit polls and A/B testing, provides a comprehensive understanding of user behavior. While urgency and scarcity tactics can be effective, users have become more skeptical of overused strategies like countdown timers. Understand your audience through analytics data and tailor your optimization strategies accordingly, whether it’s for B2C, B2B, or other sectors. Mobile interactions may have imprecise heat map data, so use it alongside other sources for a well-rounded view.

Getting start-ups to adopt a culture of experimentation with Simon Girardin

To ensure the success of CRO projects, it’s vital to involve all stakeholders, including executives and directors, right from the start. This inclusive approach not only helps them understand the intricacies of the CRO process but also demonstrates the depth of strategic thinking behind it. Even skeptical executives can be won over by involving them in CRO calls, showcasing the complexity that goes beyond mere marketing tactics. Such transparency and involvement lead to a more informed and supportive team, fostering successful CRO initiatives.

How to Maximize Hypotheses Testing ft. Eduardo Marconi Pinheiro Lima

In the world of Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO), Eduardo, a seasoned practitioner, shares his journey and the evolving landscape of CRO in Brazil. He underscores the importance of maintaining a problem-solution mindset and learning from mistakes to drive meaningful impact. One core principle he highlights is the need to focus on hypotheses that yield significant results, comparing them to squeezing fruit for juice. This strategy involves exploring promising hypotheses further and discarding those with neutral or unimpressive outcomes, a practice essential for effective experimentation, whether in-house or at an agency. The key takeaway is to persevere with ideas, akin to squeezing every drop of insight from hypotheses, and leveraging comprehensive data for a deeper understanding, a competitive edge held by in-house roles in the experimentation field.

What you need to know about Landing pages with Claire More

Integrating landing pages is crucial for tailored user experiences. Without it, visitors are directed to generic pages lacking personalized messaging. Landing pages are designed to enhance conversion rates and ROI. E-commerce companies benefit by using various types of landing pages, like the classic hero for focused products, listicle hero for storytelling, collection hero for multiple items, and content advertorials for top-funnel content. Mistakes include using one-size-fits-all pages and lacking customer-oriented content. Improve by collaborating with ads teams, using customer voices, and continuous experimentation. Claire More from Splitbase shared insights on optimizing landing pages for effective campaigns.

Don’t test everything with Oliver Palmer

Don’t test everything. Experimentation isn’t about proving how clever you are. Mistakes in testing ideas from your own head are common; personal bias clouds results. High-performing experimentation needs executive buy-in and integrated roles. Successful teams engage diverse players with vested interest, ensuring hypotheses formation and metric selection are comprehensive. Valuable experimentation saves time by testing what not to do. Rather than just chasing conversion lifts, recognize when improvements won’t make a difference. Cultural shifts, humility, and prioritizing efficient use of time are key components of effective experimentation programs. Test what makes sense.

The truth about building an Experimentation Culture with Mark Eltsefon

In this podcast episode, Mark Eltsefon, a senior data scientist and experimentation evangelist, discusses building an experimentation culture in different companies. He shares his journey from starting as a software developer to becoming passionate about data science and experimentation. He contrasts the experimentation culture at TikTok, where data-driven decisions were central and democratization was encouraged, with his current role at an e-commerce company specializing in print-on-demand. He emphasizes the importance of educating stakeholders about data-driven decision-making, and he highlights the need for strong experimentation infrastructure and high-quality hypothesis testing. He believes that while democratization is valuable, it’s important to balance it with maintaining the quality of ideas and statistical rigor.

How to get Personalization Right with Juliana Amorim

Juliana Amorim emphasizes that personalization is not a silver bullet and recommends its use when aligned with strong hypotheses and business goals. She co-founded Croct, a personalization experimentation platform, focusing on adapting user journeys to context. Examples include tailoring websites for diverse buyer personas within B2B companies and customizing content for users at different stages, like newcomers or existing customers. AI-based personalization and rule-based personalization can coexist. Brands should prioritize personalizing their websites and consider first-party data support.

Stop limiting yourself – build your CRO brand today with Carlos Trujillo

Building a personal brand as a conversion rate optimizer is crucial in today’s competitive digital landscape. Your personal brand serves as a powerful tool to establish credibility, showcase expertise, and attract new opportunities. By cultivating a strong brand identity, you position yourself as an authority in the field, gaining trust from potential clients or employers. A well-developed personal brand helps differentiate you from others, highlighting your unique approach and methodologies. It opens doors to collaborations, speaking engagements, and thought leadership opportunities. Additionally, a strong personal brand creates a lasting impression, leading to increased visibility, a larger professional network, and ultimately, a steady stream of clients or job offers.

Building a CRO Culture & Ideation Strategies with Lucia van den Brink

By implementing ideation strategies and fostering a culture of experimentation, companies can drive innovation and stay ahead of the curve. Building an experimentation culture is crucial for companies that want to innovate and stay ahead of the competition. It starts with creating an environment where experimentation is encouraged and failure is seen as an opportunity to learn and improve. Teams should be given the freedom to try new ideas and test them quickly using small-scale experiments. It’s important to collect and analyze data from these experiments to make informed decisions about what works and what doesn’t. Lucas Vos interviews Lucia van den Brink in this great AMA session.

Learn from Mistakes: What Eddie Aguilar learned from accidentally taking down InVision

Eddie Aguilar, a developer and CRO specialist, shares his experience with experimentation and optimization. He discusses how he started as a developer at a young age and eventually shifted to optimization. He recounts a specific incident while working with Envision App, where he made a global change to the website that caused a significant error, resulting in a spike in error logs. Eddie emphasizes the importance of communication and collaboration in such situations. Despite the error, the test yielded impressive results, with a 227% revenue lift and 70% LTV lift.

Make Personalization Personal with Care and Competence with David Mannheim

David Mannheim, author and expert on personalization, discusses the importance of personalization in marketing. He emphasizes the need for brands to focus on building relationships with customers based on trust and care. Mannheim distinguishes personalization from segmentation, highlighting personalization as a communication principle rather than just a marketing tactic. He also mentions the challenges faced in implementing personalization, such as the pressure for immediate returns and the balance of metrics.

How to use questions in CRO and how to build a Questioning framework with Riccardo Vandra

In this video, Riccardo Vandra discusses the importance of asking powerful questions for conversion rate optimization (CRO). He emphasizes that the quality of our questions determines the quality of our insights and ultimately our success. Riccardo proposes a three-step questioning framework for building effective questions.

Customer Value Optimization Explained with Defiant’s Jason Chappel

We sat down with Jason Chappel, founder of Defiant, a specialist Customer Value Optimization agency, to discuss what sets CVO apart from CRO. Jason shares his insight on the importance of understanding and optimizing the entire customer journey, from acquisition to retention, and how CVO can help businesses increase customer lifetime value and drive sustainable growth in your business strategy.

Do 3-column layouts increase orders? with Nicoleta Danile?

Optimizing forms during checkout is crucial for a seamless user experience. By simplifying and streamlining the process, businesses reduce cart abandonment rates and increase conversions. Shortening form length, utilizing autofill options, and providing clear instructions enhance efficiency, minimize user frustration, and ultimately boost customer satisfaction, loyalty, and revenue.

Nicoleta walks us through a case-study where she explores a 1 column form vs a 3 column form in checkout.

Build or buy your Google Optimize replacement with Kenneth Kutyn

Are you looking to replace Google Optimize? On Experiment Nation’s recent podcast, Charlotte April Bomford chats with Kenneth Kutyn about replacing Google Optimize, how to select a new vendor, and whether it’s worth building your own Experimentation Platform (spoiler alert: the answer is usually no).

Sharing insights, AI and the future of CRO with Tim Thijsse

Tim Thijsse, a senior CRO (Conversion Rate Optimization) consultant at Orange Valley, discusses AI and the future of CRO, and the importance of incorporating qualitative research into company-wide processes. He emphasizes the challenge of linking user behavior and mindset to knowledge and information. Tim shares his background, starting as an interaction designer and later transitioning to UX design and CRO. He highlights the evolution of CRO, the need for a culture of experimentation, and the role of qualitative insights in optimization strategies. Tim also discusses the challenges companies face in adopting an experimentation mindset, such as aligning strategy, operations, and technical aspects, and the importance of having a common metric and collaboration among teams.

Get Executive buy-in for your CRO program with Jonny Longden

Let’s face it, experimentation is completely misunderstood. The power and the benefit and potential of it is to innovate and develop a business. And when you think about it, that’s what experimentation has always been in relation to the scientific method. If you think about spaceflight, medicine, anything great that’s happened in the history of modern civilization, this has all happened as a result of the careful application of the scientific method.

Client Relationship Tips from a CRO Agency Founder with Andra Baragan

In this presentation, Andra Baragan, the Founder of ONTRACK DIGITAL will walk you through what you need to know to build a strong, successful relationship with your clients and with your team.

You will learn:

– how to set expectations with your client from Day 1
– how to leverage operating procedures and automate your work
– how to communicate with clients and get stakeholder buy-in every time

Optimize Customer Lifetime Value – NOT Conversion Rates with Valentin Radu

After decades of acquisition marketing, companies are waking up to the fact that optimising the entire lifecycle of the customer is the way to go. That happens due to rising acquisition costs, cookie deprecation, siloes, company mentalities, etc.

In this session, Valentin will share insights from his 12 years of experience transitioning from CRO – website optimization to increase the conversion rate to CVO – experimenting towards improving the CLV.

Improve conversions with the Message-market Fit framework With Daphne Tideman

Message-Market fit is the idea that a message, whether it be a product, service or idea, needs to resonate with a specific target market in order to be successful. It involves finding the right message that effectively communicates the value proposition of a product or service to a particular audience, in a way that resonates with them.

Avoid AB Testing Statistics Mistakes with Max LI

A/B testing plays a critical role in decision-making – but so does AB Testing Statistics Mistakes. In data-driven companies, A/B tests not only prove positive impacts of product features (treatments) but also provide evidence to safely roll out neutral features that are not expected to move business metrics. When rolling out a neutral feature, we need to test if the treatment is non-inferior to control, and conventional A/B testing is not suitable in this case.

Pragmatists will grow the CRO industry – not purists – with Matt Scaysbrook

This attitude has a negative impact on new entrants to the industry and sets completely the wrong tone for the next generation. The greater the participation in the industry, the stronger it will become – the wider that participation, the more ideas (and the more diverse those ideas) will come through. And that is only a good thing for us all longer-term.

How to adopt a CRO mindset for life optimization with Ruben de Boer

Life optimization involves setting goals and creating plans for reaching them. It also involves improving physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Ruben de Boer shares with our own Richard Joe how he leverages a CRO mindset to engage in activities that bring purpose, satisfaction, and joy to life.

How to build a customer journey map with Anthony Wallace

Creating a customer journey map can help stakeholders better understand the customer’s experience, and helps ensure that all stakeholders are working towards the same goal. It can also help identify potential areas of improvement, and provide insights into how customers interact with your product, service, or organization.

The Top 20 Must-Meet CROs of 2022

Earlier this year, we asked the Experiment Nation community who were the CROs that they felt everyone should know because of their welcoming nature, openness to connecting folks with others, willingness to share their expertise, and being just all-around awesome folks. Here are the results along with what the community had to say about them.

Test before you build anything or you’ll waste time course-correcting with Rommil Santiago

There’s a lot of talk about how to find things to test, how to analyze tests, and the importance of iterating on tests. This week, I was thinking about how I could add something a little different to the conversation and decided to share my thoughts about when to run a test – particularly when building products. 

Not every insight is derived from an A/B Test with Daniela Marquez

Curiosity needs to be a driver in every experimenter’s toolkit. What is going on in the head of my customer? What is really their job-to-be-done? When buying flowers, we typically think of the standard occasions: Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, new baby & sympathy. But if we were to structure our ecommerce website on those occasions alone, we may be addressing the majority, but we’d be missing out on the real motivation behind the purchase as well as other reasons people buy flowers.

What Hawaiian Pizza can teach us about creating a more inclusive CRO industry

Pineapple on pizza. If you ever want to have a heated debate with a group of people, ask them if pineapple belongs on pizza. You’ll hear arguments about how people should be allowed to like what they like and that should be OK, as well as, pizza is XYZ and that anything different cannot beContinue reading “What Hawaiian Pizza can teach us about creating a more inclusive CRO industry”

How Wordle proves that Experimentation works

If you haven’t tried it yet, Wordle is a popular online game where you have to guess a 5-letter word within 6 tries – and it’s quite fun and addictive. Every day there is a new word to guess, and everyone gets the same word. It cleverly lets you post how you solved (or didn’t) the daily puzzle – which often sparks some lovely conversation online. Interestingly, there are a lot of parallels between Wordle and the Craft of Experimentation. Find out how.

Can you run tests on sites with little traffic?

From a pure experimentation perspective – one absolutely can forego using statistics and just see what happens. We can believe the dictionary, the dictionary definition of an experiment is: “a scientific procedure undertaken to make a discovery, test a hypothesis, or demonstrate a known fact.” A scientific procedure (aka the scientific method) states nothing about having to use a statistical approach for analysis. However…

How to verify your data truly reflects user behaviour with Florent Buisson

Florent Buisson is a decade-long behavioral economist who published a practical guide to behavioral data analysis in business. It’s the book he wished he had when he started in analytics.

In this episode, he shares:

Why intuition can actually be a good thing in data analytics. If you need to know R or Python to understand your users. Why and when causal analytics are important.

How do I change people’s attitudes towards Experimentation?

Of course, there are a million ways to answer this question that range from demonstrating wins, being inclusive, and evangelism. This week, I thought of sharing a couple of the little things you can do that, if done consistently over time, can start to realize gains in the long run. Words matter Experimenters and CROsContinue reading “How do I change people’s attitudes towards Experimentation?”

How to make a better sandwich: An introduction to multivariate testing with Danielle Gunraj

A/B Testing can be intimidating to the uninitiated, but it doesn’t have to be! I want to introduce testing concepts via a real-world scenario that we can all relate to: Dessert. I’ll cover what an MVT is, hypotheses, independent variables, dependent variables, results (of course), and design flaws. And if you need any more convincing, I have four words for you: Monte Cristo Bread Pudding.

Choosing the right A/B testing tool with Product for Product 

Matt Green and Moshe Mikanovsky of Product for Product podcast help you navigate the plethora of A/B testing tools out there.

Whether you’re in product or marketing, listen for a beginner-friendly comparison of tools like Google Optimize, Optimizely, and more.

**This episode, nor those of Product for Product, are endorsements of any of the discussed tools.**

Experiment Cartography :: Building the Perfect Roadmap with Kenya Davis and Krissy Tripp

You can do better than testing button colors, but how do you decide what to test when and what type of test to run? Roadmapping. This session teaches you to be the GPS navigator, helping your team optimize experimentation routes. On this journey you will identify how each path can drive desired impacts by turning a formidable trek into a series of attainable milestones.

How to rally your team around Voice of Customer research with Tracy Laranjo

Tracy is a Toronto-based growth marketer with a knack for conversion optimization. In a past life she’s QA tested “adult” eBooks and helped make it easier for Canadians to write their wills online. Tracy is also one of the co-hosts of the Experiment Nation podcast where she chats with optimizers at the top of their game.

Beyond the 9-5, you can catch her knitting, crushing empires in Civ6, or napping with her cats.

Developing a Culture of Testing/Experimentation with Anil Batra

Anil is a Digital Marketing and Analytics professional with 18+ years of experience. He has worked with companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500 and has helped them improve marketing results as well as develop data driven culture. He has vast experience in Web, Email, Social, Display, Search, Paid Search, and CRM. He holds a B. Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering from India and an MBA from the University of Washington, Seattle. He is the founder of – A Digital Analytics training and education company.

Where are the users? with Moshe Mikanovsky

When experimenting with our products, we need to find our users but it’s not always that simple! Where do we find the users? In this session Moshe will go over different types of products and different ways to find users for each of them. Coming out of this session, attendees will have some ideas on where to start looking for their users.

Sina Fak on why CRO is not a person but a multidisciplinary Experimentation team

Sina Fak is the Head of Optimization & Business Intelligence at ConversionAdvocates, the #3 top CRO agency in the world in 2020. Sina shares what businesses get wrong when they hire a shiny new in-house CRO strategist, what to look out for before taking an in-house CRO role, and when a business should consider going agency vs. In-house for CRO.

We Need More ART in CRO with Jimmy Barber

This session is about the conundrum that “data is everything” – a mentality circulating at large the past couple years. There’s so much data, and we often find ourselves simply staring at metrics looking for “+” or “-” to make decisions. The objective of this session is to draw on thinking strategies from physics, of how to approach CRO differently, without any real “data”, to then gleam positive impacts to CRO.

Moving Beyond Spaghetti Testing with Haley Carpenter

The success of your testing program depends on the quality of your hypotheses. But too many experimentation programs lack the processes and frameworks to move from spaghetti testing to strategic experimentation. Haley shares two practical frameworks to help you form better hypotheses and objectively rank test ideas.

Speero’s Experimentation Maturity Audit with Edgar Spongolts

Speero’s Director of CX Optimization, Edgar Spongolts, dives deep into the influential agency’s Experimentation Maturity Audit and why maturity matters. Learn about the four pillars of a successful experimentation program and what it takes to reach the highest levels of maturity. Take the audit yourself here:

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

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.

Best practices might be killing your experimentation culture – 3 reasons why with Ana Catarina Cizilio

Everybody is doing it, so you have to do it too, right? As my mom used to say: you’re not everyone! Best practices are not experimentation and you should know that. I want to prove to you this is the easy way, but it’s not the right way for a healthy, profitable and experiment-oriented business. These tactics don’t last long.  In this session, we will discuss why, statically, best practices don’t work. It’s fun to know about the competitors, their results and ideas. It may generate new ideas and grab your attention when you’re starting to experiment, but that’s the only good thing. To have a great experiment culture, you need to learn from your tests. Let’s talk more about this?

Ripple Benefits: CRO as the foundation of other digital marketing efforts with Spencer Gray

CRO should be the foundation that all of your other digital marketing efforts rests upon. Through what we call our ‘Ripple Benefits’, I’d love to showcase just how CRO not only improves your conversion rates, but your SEO, Content Marketing, Paid Ads, and more. Testing is key and should be the foundation that drives where your efforts are focused.

CRO não é um profissional e sim um processo (participação especial André Gillich)

Nesse episódio nosso convidado André Gillich, Head of CRO, compartilha sua experiência na Jussi crescendo a cultura de experimentação, começando pela nova abordagem em que “CRO não é um profissional e sim um processo.”Exploramos o impacto da cultura “Agil” e o desafio do foco em outputs não outcomes.Fechamos o podcast de forma prática compartilhando iniciativas tomadas em nossas empresas para acelerar a flywheel de experimentação.

The Science of Business with Jonny Longden

Our industry is focused on the individual elements of what we do and how we do it, but not why we do it and the overall philosophy for it. This is part of the reason that businesses don’t give it the traction it deserves; senior business leaders are not interested in the execution, they’re interested in the overall benefit.

Specsavers’ Steph Le Prevost on growing a top UK CRO program

Steph walks us through the challenges of growing Specsavers’ CRO team and how she overcame them, her experimentation red flags, and her take on if CRO certifications are really worth it. Plus: A comparison of the CRO job market between Canada vs. the UK, including how well you can expect to be paid as an optimizer.

Microsoft Digital Stores’ Tim Mehta on strategies for low and high maturity experimentation programs

Tim shares his tips for running low and high maturity experimentation programs, what it’s like to optimize in-house vs. agency, when it is (and is not) ok to make compromises, and to how make your program’s results actually drive action. Plus: Tim’s take on those controversial UI polls on LinkedIn.

Migrando para a área de experimentação vindo do Jornalismo (participação especial Fabricio Migues)

Hoje começamos um novo papo em nosso podcast: como migrar para a área de experimentação? Nosso convidado especial é Fabricio Migues, CRO Manager na Small World Financial Services, conta pra gente como foi sair da área de jornalismo e relações públicas e adentrar na experimentação, como aproveitar seus aprendizados e conhecimentos da área de comunicação dentro de CRO e como isso o tem ajudado.

Shopify’s Shanelle Mullin on tough buy-in conversations and how we can empower future optimizers

Tracy Laranjo chats with Shopify’s Experimentation & Analysis Lead, Shanelle Mullin, about tough buy-in conversations, her take on the “I don’t dream of labour” trend, making experimentation more representative of diverse voices, and how we can empower the next generation of optimizers.

Série: Estruturando uma área de CRO na sua empresa – episódio 2

Neste terceiro episódio contamos com a presença de André Vieira, fundador da Looptimize. Ele nos conta um pouco mais da sua visão sobre:

  • Qual o ponto de partida para começar a investir em CRO?
  • Popularização da experimentação: heurísticas e boas práticas — pontos positivos e negativos
  • A qual área CRO melhor pertence dentro de uma empresa?  

Série – Estruturando uma área de CRO na sua empresa – episódio 3 (Participação especial André Vieira)

Neste terceiro episódio contamos com a presença de André Vieira, fundador da Looptimize. Ele nos conta um pouco mais da sua visão sobre:

  • Qual o ponto de partida para começar a investir em CRO?
  • Popularização da experimentação: heurísticas e boas práticas — pontos positivos e negativos
  • A qual área CRO melhor pertence dentro de uma empresa?  

Frequentist & Bayesian: Comparison and Practical Application (R script attached)

By Andrea Corvi Canon vs Nikon and iOS vs Android are just two modern examples of “dualisms” that divide crowds. The long-lasting Frequentist vs Bayesian fight is not any different and like the other two examples above, it’s still far from finding a winner. This doesn’t affect just the CRO world but the same typeContinue reading “Frequentist & Bayesian: Comparison and Practical Application (R script attached)”

The weekly buzz: May 26, 2021

? Upsides to Unshipping: The Art of Removing Features and Products by Reforge

? Browser Privacy Policy Updates – Optimization Effects by Kelly Wortham and Cory Underwood

? Visual Hierarchy: A 2021 Optimization Guide For Marketers by Unbounce

? Two days to go.. If you haven’t already, submit your case in individual, team or organization wide categories for Experimentation Culture Awards by May 28th. ?

? Upsides to Unshipping: The Art of Removing Features and Products by Reforge

? Browser Privacy Policy Updates – Optimization Effects by Kelly Wortham and Cory Underwood

? Visual Hierarchy: A 2021 Optimization Guide For Marketers by Unbounce

? Two days to go.. If you haven’t already, submit your case in individual, team or organization wide categories for Experimentation Culture Awards by May 28th. ?

The weekly buzz: May 21, 2021

? Multiplication instead of division: Molly Stevens and Lukas Vermeer team up to tell us why research and experimentation are the “peanut butter and jelly” of customer insights.

? What you can learn from one extra experiment: Kevin Dunn explains how you may miss out if you are only doing A/B testing, or following the Change One Single Thing (COST) approach to experimentation.

? How does Failure help you in Experimentation? Craig Sullivan shares Tesla’s experience with experimentation and failure.

? If you haven’t already, submit your case in individual, team or organization wide categories for Experimentation Culture Awards by May 28th. ?

The weekly buzz: May 14, 2021

Here’s the latest Weekly Buzz. ? Links in the doc!

? Why we use #experimentation quality as the main #KPI for our experimentation platform from

? A/B Testing and Experimentation: Tactics From Matt Gershoff

? If you haven’t already, submit your case in individual, team or organization wide categories for Experimentation Culture Awards by May 21st. ? And remember…

“It’s not about that one experiment, it’s about improving the process, structure, trustworthiness, democratization and motivation for experimentation and data-driven decision making.”