Most people who do A/B testing do it modestly, testing only one variable at a time. They test headlines, images, button text, and other important page elements that are crucial to conversion. This makes sense. These elements are simple to test, the results you get are clear, and the next step is obvious: you permanently implement the text or image that converts best. By keeping the testing to one isolated variable, you can be more confident in the results.
Director of UX
Button color is one of the longest standing debates in the world of conversion and optimization. Everyone seems to have their favorite color. At different times in the last two years, I’ve heard green, pink, red, orange, and even light blue as THE ONE COLOR that works best. Obviously, this can’t be the case.
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