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Melina Hess Tested Pattern #15: Bulleted Reassurances In Test #461 On Snocks.com
In this product detail page experiment, reassurances under the add-to-cart button were rearranged. The control contained copy about: free shipping and free returns formatted as two gray boxes, with a variety of payment methods and their corresponding logos underneath.
The variation used a more convention bulleted, line-by-line format. It also contained free shipping and returns, but also elaborated with "100 day returns", an "anti-hole guarantee", and "purchase with invoice" (perhaps more popular in Germany?). Impact on sales was measured.
Marika Francisco Tested Pattern #115: Pricing Comparison Table In Test #451 On Fluke.com
In this experiment, a product comparison table was added in the middle of a product detail page. The comparison table contained products from the same class or family of products. Clicking on the photo thumbnails also allowed customers to visit the specific detail page. Impact on adds to cart and transactions was measured.
Melina Hess Tested Pattern #78: Tags, Badges And Structured Information In Test #449 On Snocks.com
In this experiment, bestselling product colors were highlighted with a bestseller badge on product listing and product detail pages.
Vinicius Barros Peixoto Tested Pattern #21: What It's Worth In Test #448 On Zapimoveis.com.br
In this experiment, the B variation showed the relative discount in price from within the most recent 12 months as a percentage point. A tooltip was also shown which explained this message on hover.
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #18: Single Or Alternative Buttons In Test #446
In this experiment, an additional purchase trigger was added - the ability to start by chosing a gift announcement option. In the control, this same question was asked further in the purchase funnel (after adding to cart). In the variation, this question was surfaced earlier as an alternative way of starting the purchase. Impact on total sales was measured.
Melina Hess Tested Pattern #41: Sticky Call To Action In Test #444
In this experiment, a floating add-to-cart with two product choices (color and size) were added on a product page. This appeared only after scrolling past the existing / embedded product selection buy box.
The floating add-to-cart widget had another layer of complexity in that it allowed customers to make a size and color selection with an expandable fly out. Making a selection would also append the total price to the add-to-cart button label.
Impact on total transactions was measured.
Melina Hess Tested Pattern #41: Sticky Call To Action In Test #441
In this experiment, a floating sticky bar was added on product pages. The sticky elements only appeared after users scrolled beyond the fixed buy box area that is relatively high on the page (visible on the control screenshot). The sticky bar contained three elements: a button to configure up to three product choices, a flavor selection pulldown, and the add-to-cart button.
In the variation, when users clicked on the flavor pulldown three things happened. First, they were anchored back to the top of the buy box. Second, the floating sticky disappeared. And third, the flavors pulldown automatically expanded (overlapping the original primary add-to-cart button).
The control did not have any of the sticky behaviors.
Impact to total sales was measured.
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #26: Cart Reminder And Recently Viewed In Test #430
In this experiment, up to 5 recently viewed product pages would appear on the left hand navigation. The idea was to make it easier for users get back to what they were looking at in case they were browsing. These recently viewed products were not visibile in the control. Impact on adds-to-cart and completed transactions was measured.
Melina Hess Tested Pattern #121: Free Shipping In Test #429 On Snocks.com
Upon clicking the Add-To-Cart button, the button label changed to a cheering message which congratulated the user on his choice and ensuring that shipping is free. Translation: "Good choice. Your shipping and returns are free."
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #41: Sticky Call To Action In Test #425
In this experiment, the complete buy box on a product detail page, floated along as users scrolled through the long screen. The variation made sure the product choice and order now button was always visible. Impact on adds-to-cart and sales was measured.
Marika Francisco Tested Pattern #43: Long Titles In Test #421 On Amazon.com
Fluke is an industrial manufacterer of measurement and calibration devices and they ran a test on their Amazon store for a series of their prodcts. Instead of using short product names, they tested longer and more descriptive ones. Impact was measured on sales.
Daniel Shapiro Tested Pattern #115: Pricing Comparison Table In Test #420 On Designlab.com
In this experiment, pricing plans were laid out horizontally for easier comparison. In the variation, most of the plan benefits, features and differences were also referenced using a single lable that was left-aligned. The idea was to make the variables aligned and therefore more comparable.
This pricing table appeared at the bottom of a long design program landing page. Impact on leads and applications was measured.
Daniel Shapiro Tested Pattern #105: Lead Magnets In Test #416 On Designlab.com
In this experiment, copy was added which communicated that students signing up for a course would receive extra design resources (the lead magnet). This was added in multiple states of the course page. Impact on lead generation and enrollment was measured.
Ayat Shukairy Tested Pattern #126: Bottom Or Left Thumbnails In Test #411
Bottom aligned thumbnails were shifted to the left side on a product image. Doing so, also shifted the product descriptions a little higher. Impact on adds-to-cart and total transactions was measured.
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #67: Currency & Taxes In Test #408
Here is a very simple experiment where CDN currency copy was appended to prices being shown on a Canadian ecommerce site. Additional copy ("from Canada") was appended to an existing shipping message.
Melina Hess Tested Pattern #125: Unit Prices In Test #407 On Snocks.com
Here is an experiment with an added "price per pair" in the context of products with multiple items (packs).A high contrast badge-like copy was appended underneath the price which translates to "only $X per item". Impact on sales was measured.
Velin Penev Tested Pattern #112: Lower Price Frames In Test #406 On Chaos.com
In this experiment, the pricing of three software plans was consistently framed into a more comparable monthly context. Whereas the control version only showed the total prices for each plan, the variation showed both the total and monthly prices. Impact on sales was measured.
Melina Hess Tested Pattern #103: Money Back Guarantee In Test #402 On Snocks.com
In this experiment on a product screen, a message about quality (from the founders) was reformatted to reinforce the "Anti Hole Guarantee" (in the context of socks). The founders were also made more prominent and their signature added as well. Interestingly, the actual guarantee copy (and its important detail about a 6 month product replacement) was present further down on both the control and variation.
The translation of the new copy (Google Translate) reads:
Since we founded SNOCKS, the quality and comfort of our products have always been our top priority. Why? When we both were still studying, we didn't have the money to buy new socks & underpants every 1-2 months. That's why it was clear to us from the start that we wanted to sell quality products that are also extremely comfortable. And just in case something goes wrong, we have decided to introduce an anti-hole guarantee.
Melina Hess Tested Pattern #121: Free Shipping In Test #397 On Snocks.com
In this experiment a "Free Shipping & Returns" message was added just below the price information.
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #52: How It Works In Test #395
In this experiment, a How It Works section was appended on a product detail page just above product reviews.