Always Be Testing – 24 Split Testing Ideas [Infographic]

By | Google+ , June 19th, 2012 in A/B Testing | 2 comments
Always be Testing - ABT

As I mentioned in part 1 of The Ultimate Guide to Marketing with Infographics, we’ll be putting up a new infographic every day this week covering different marketing topics and using the 12 steps from the guide to make them as effective as possible.

For the rest of the series we’ll be using the “borrow graphics from other people method” – cos I’m sure as hell not going to design 4 this week – I’m supposed to be on holiday!

And don’t forget the stats and tweetables at the bottom.

ABT – Always Be Testing

I’m going to kick things off with an infographic about A/B testing. The purpose here is to illustrate the different ways you can present the same idea – and it should give you some great ideas for what you can test on your own pages, including both visual and psychological factors. Some of them may look ridiculous and some you might disagree with – that’s the whole point.

Testing is always surprising, so remember your ABT’s – Always Be Testing. The 24 examples below should give you some inspiration.

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Infographic provided by AdChop.com

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– Oli Gardner

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