How conversion rate optimisation is structured in an organisation will influence whether it is successful or not

Definition:

Variable interaction in multivariate testing is where the change in key metrics is influenced by the level of one or more other variables in the test experience. Identifying the compound effect of multiple variables is one of the main benefits of using full factorial multivariate testing. Fractional factorial design assumes there is no interaction between independent variables and can lead to sub-optimal experiences being rolled out.

Comparison of Full Factorial and Fractional Factorial Design

Image of table of comparison between full factorial and fractional factorial design

Resources:

 

Conversion marketing – Glossary of Conversion Marketing.

Over 300 tools reviewed – Digital Marketing Toolbox.

A/B testing software – Which A/B testing tools should you choose?

Types of A/B tests – How to optimise your website’s performance using A/B testing.

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