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Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #69: Autodiscounting In Test #515
In this experiment, people who saw an offer (in an email or popup) would see a more visible site wide reinforcement of their earned discount being active. In the control, the discount was only shown during checkout. In the variation, it was shown throughout the web site on the homepage and product detail pages.
Andrey Andreev Tested Pattern #79: Single Or Multiple Triggers In Test #511 On Online.metro-cc.ru
In this experiment, popular products were shown at the top of the homepage. Impact to sale was measured.
Alexander Krieger Tested Pattern #26: Cart Reminder And Recently Viewed In Test #510 On Formelskin.de
In this experiment, users that did not complete a purchase and came back to the homepage were shown two different experiences. In the control, users would see the homepage (essentially having to restart the purchase flow). Whereas, in the variation, users would be shown a "Welcome Back" summary view with the completed steps shown as completed and a quick resume button to the next incomplete step. Impact on completed sales was measured.
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #36: Fewer Or More Results In Test #503
In this experiment, instead of showing 12 products per screen (with pagination), the variation showed all 42 products on a single screen. Impact on adds to cart and completed orders was measured.
Andrey Andreev Tested Pattern #26: Cart Reminder And Recently Viewed In Test #494 On Online.Metro-cc.ru
In this experiment, recently purchased products were appended at the top of the homepage. The test ran for loggedin users only. Impact on add-to-cart, sales and revenue was measured.
Mike Smith Tested Pattern #4: Testimonials In Test #474 On Rollbar.com
In this experiment, 9 Twitter card style testimonials were appended onto the homepage of Rollbar. These were image / screenshots recreations without links to the actual tweets.
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #19: Benefit Testimonials In Test #473
In this experiment, very short form testimonials (with a reference to over 3 million customers) were replaced with 3 more elaborate ones. These elaborate or benefit testimonials contained: highlighted statements, star reviews, emphasized location, tag summaries and photos of the purchased product. The control also contained a 3 testimonial carousel interaction.
This test appeared at the bottom of a longer homepage with additional product listings above.
Ardit Veliu Tested Pattern #48: Video Testimonials In Test #471 On Expertinstitute.com
In this experiment, a video testimonial was added mid page onto a signup / lead form page.
Ardit Veliu Tested Pattern #48: Video Testimonials In Test #472 On Expertinstitute.com
In this experiment, three video testimonials were added mid page onto a signup / lead form page.
Lars Skjold Iversen Tested Pattern #6: Customer Star Ratings In Test #468 On Umbraco.com
In this homepage experiment a number of changes were introduced - with perhaps the most prominent one being the replacement of a video component with customer review badges. Additional copy changes included reinforcement of the latest version number (v11) throughout the page, as well as a dedicated (v11) section in the middle of the page. Impact on demo signups was measured.
Ardit Veliu Tested Pattern #7: Social Counts In Test #464 On Expertinstitute.com
In this experiment, copy was added which showed the number of experts (in a given category) a person may gain access to after filling out a lead form. The context of this is a lead-gen landing page where people are seeking experts for legal purposes. Impact on initial progression (of a multi step form) and completed leads was measured.
Ardit Veliu Tested Pattern #117: Company Logos In Test #455 On Expertinstitute.com
In this experiment, supporting university logos were appended near the primary call to action for additional credibility. These logos were placed around the middle of long landing pages on Expert Institute's web site (where experts for legal advice are searched). Impact on total leads was measured.
Sorcha Mullis Tested Pattern #33: Example Situations In Test #445 On Phorest.com
In this experiment, five clickable feature elements were surfaced on the homepage. Clicking on any of these 5 elements launched an Instastory-like short 10 second video in full screen. These videos explained the key features of the software being offered. Impact on lead generation was measured.
Daria Kurchinskaia Tested Pattern #4: Testimonials In Test #442 On Volders.de
In this experiment, three testimonials were appended at the bottom of landing pages of a contract cancelation service (paid). These testimonials were also shown throughout the complete signup funnel (4 more steps). Impact on progression (step 2) and final completed purchases were measured.
Daria Kurchinskaia Tested Pattern #4: Testimonials In Test #443 On Volders.de
In this experiment, four TrustPilot reviews were appended at the bottom of landing pages of a contract cancelation service (paid). These reviews were also shown throughout the complete signup funnel (4 more steps). Impact on progression (step 2) and final completed purchases were measured.
Daniel Shapiro Tested Pattern #18: Single Or Alternative Buttons In Test #439 On Designlab.com
This was a larger leap experiment with numerous changes to the header part of a design program landing page. One of the key changes however was a shift from a single to multiple call to actions for lead generation. In the control, all potential leads would first funnel through a single syllabus download flow. In the variation, users were given three visible choices: download syllabus, webinar signup and/or book a live call with admissions. Impact on overall generated leads was measured, as well as paid enrollments.
Sorcha Mullis Tested Pattern #18: Single Or Alternative Buttons In Test #438 On Phorest.com
In this experiment, the addition of a secondary CTA for lead generation in the nav and the hero were tested. The additional button invited users to watch a gated demo video (approx 12 minutes). Clicking the CTA triggered a pop-up form collecting some basic contact information before the user could access the video page. Total leads were measured with lead form submittions.
Daniel Shapiro Tested Pattern #7: Social Counts In Test #436 On Designlab.com
In this experiment, social proof and scarcity messages were shown on a course enrollment landing page. When students were starting to sign up at the beginning of each month (with greater availability), a simpler "X students have already enrolled in the next cohort" message was used.
Later in the month when fewer spots were available, a more scarce message was used with the following copy "ONLY X SPOTS available in the next cohort".
In both cases, the numbers were accurate and dynamically updated.
Sorcha Mullis Tested Pattern #9: Multiple Steps In Test #426 On Phorest.com
In this experiment, a single step popup modal was tested against a 4 step sign up funnel. Users entered the experiment on the homepage and the behavior of the two buttons, book a demo and get a quote, was adjusted. Impact on leads was measured.
Ardit Veliu Tested Pattern #110: Optional Field Labels In Test #423 On Expertinstitute.com
In this experiment, an "optional" label was shown near a message form field. Impact on overall leads was measured (requesting experts).