The 3 Step Formula for Creating an A/B Testing Hypothesis

The 3 Step Formula for Creating an A/B Testing HypothesisI have a confession to make. I used to run random A/B tests simply for the sake of running another test.

I’d read articles like 50 A/B Split Testing Ideas, jot down my favorite ones, and then come into work the next day ready to add a picture background or try a new CTA.

But the problem with running A/B tests this way, is that while you can achieve conversion lifts, they’re usually short lived, and generally can’t be applied to other areas of your funnel.

All you’re left knowing is that a blue background converted better than green on one popup. Or that “Get Started Now” worked better than “Get Started.”

Now I’m not saying that it’s not important to test background colors or CTA text. It most certainly is…

The 3 Step Formula for Creating an A/B Testing Hypothesis

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