In one corner: practical, low risk, time consuming iterative testing.
In the opposite corner: the big buzz, resource-intensive, redesign approach.
When they face off, who wins? Not sure. But businesses end up losing.
This is why Minimally Viable Redesigns (MVRs) make for such a solid compromise.
They combine multiple variant changes to pack a punch—but reuse existing site elements for quicker results.
Impressive final numbers: check.
It’s everything testing should be—wrapped up in a neat little agile package.
You’re sick of having webinars thrown at you from every company you’ve ever opted into an email from.
You’re tired of hearing the same old CRO advice regurgitated, over and over again, citing inflated numbers from unsubstantiated case studies.
We’ve been there.
And despite our webinar fatigue: we’ve got to be honest, we’re really, really excited about these talks.
We know you’re not going to give up your lunch break to learn—yet again—that sliders are ineffective or your forms should have less fields.
But we hope you’ll take under an hour to learn about some truly groundbreaking ideas about how your customers tick.