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Frederik Fröhle Tested Pattern #15: Bulleted Reassurances In Test #412 On Volders.de
The Volders experimentation team assumed that adding information about how long it might take to get a cancellation confirmation near a CTA Button would result in higher cancellation requests (the paid service being offered).
The variation contained additional copy translated from German to: "Most of our users receive their cancellation confirmation from <vendor> within 14 days by email or letter."
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.
Daniel Shapiro Tested Pattern #29: Surfaced Content In Test #410 On Designlab.com
Does linking to a product detail page help? Or should a homepage simply focus on generic lead generation? In this homepage experiment, the presence of a component with a link to a detailed course landing page was tested. Impact on course enrollments was measured.
Ardit Veliu Tested Pattern #20: Canned Response In Test #409 On Expertinstitute.com
In this experiment, the copy of an input textarea on a lead form was used to summarize a user's choices. Instead of showing using a generic "Message" statement, the variation use the following formula: "I'm a [Lead Type] located in [State] looking for [Expert Type]. Looking forward to hearing from you today. Thank You." Impact of leads 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.
Stanley Zuo Tested Pattern #119: Unselected Or Selected Defaults In Test #405 On Learnwithhomer.com
In this experiment, the annual plan was preselected instead of starting off unselected in the control. Impact on two metrics was measured: any plan and annual plan purchases.
Ardit Veliu Tested Pattern #97: Bigger Form Fields In Test #404 On Expertinstitute.com
In this experiment, the button width was extended to the full width of the form above. Impact on leads was measured.
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #42: Countdown Timer In Test #403
In this experiment, an urgency related message with a dynamic countdown timer was added on the final checkout screen. 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.
Stanley Zuo Tested Pattern #58: Full Height False Bottom In Test #401 On Learnwithhomer.com
Here the experiment contained a layout change. Standard content components with varied heights were tested against sections with false bottoms. That is the conntent blocks in the variation took up 100% height of the viewport. This change was also applied throughout the rest of the content blocks. Impact on overall signup rates was measured.
Herman Klein Tested Pattern #65: Add More For Free Shipping In Test #400
In this experiment, customers who were not yet eligible for free shipping (with cart amounts under $39) were presented with an encouraging message to add more and earn free shipping. Impact on progression to checkout and sales was measured.
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #35: Floating Labels In Test #399
In this experiment, top-aligned field labels were tested against floating labels (with labels floating inside the form field itself).
Herman Klein Tested Pattern #121: Free Shipping In Test #398 On Adoramapix.com
In this experiment, customers were eligible for free shipping (with cart amounts of $39 or more) were presented with an earned free shipping message. The variation also showed the value of the earned free shipping - (for example $10). Impact on progression to checkout and sales was measured.
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.
Gleb Hodorovskiy Tested Pattern #124: Confirmed Selection In Test #396 On Depositphotos.com
In this experiment from Conversionrate.store, the framing of the registration message was changed from a generic account creation one to a specific image selected by the user. The experiment started on a listing page of a stock photography / illustration site. The control showed a more generic message with benefits for signing up and making the purchase. Whereas the variation repeated the actual image that customers clicked on from listing pages - establishing continuity as well as providing a reason for signing up. Impact on sales was measured.
Rodolfo Lugli Tested Pattern #71: Personalized Next Step In Test #123 On Getninjas.com.br
In this experiment, two app download buttons were tested against a single OS personalized one. In the control, both branded App Store and Google Play buttons were shown statitically. Whereas in the variation a single download (stylized consistently with site wide button styles) button was shown depending on the user's operating system. Imact on application download was measured.
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.
Velin Penev Tested Pattern #113: More Or Fewer Plans In Test #394 On Chaos.com
In this experiment, a two plan pricing plan (standalone product with a higher collection set) was tested against a single plan one (only a collection set). Impact on clicks and total sales was measured.