We've covered the basics of Parameter Estimation pretty well at this point. We've seen how to use the PDF, CDF and Quantile function to learn the likelihood of certain values, and we've seen how we can add a Bayesian prior to our estimate. Now we want to use our estimates to compare two unknown parameters.
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Conversion Optimization has become something of a buzzword in the last few years, hasn’t it?
Finally-a book that shows marketers how to truly achieve real results from their websites. Brian Massey, The Conversion Scientist, takes the mystery out of how to create high-performing sites. By walking the reader through five online formulas-aka "customer creation equations"-he shows you how to determine the best formula your own particular business structure and how to optimize it for stellar results.
This guide will walk you through the basics of CRO—from why it matters in the first place to how you can go about building your own testing and optimization plan. You’ll find information that will help you improve the performance of your website, including: optimizing your landing pages and user experience, as well as the tools you’ll need to be successful.
About a hundred thousand posts have been written about how to get more of your visitors to opt into your list so you can build the hell outta that list, establish relationships, nurture relationships, sell, grow, hire, and on and on. A healthy-sized list with healthy engagement is a wunnaful thing.
WHY DID WE WRITE THIS GUIDE?
Conversion rate optimization (CRO) provides a significant opportunity for businesses of any size. It takes a scientific approach to optimizing websites and enables businesses (and organizations) to convert more visitors into subscribers or customers. We wrote this guide to help anyone interested in conversion rate optimization learn how to get started and how to get the best possible results with their testing program.
While testing is a critical part of conversion optimization to make sure we actually made things better and by how much, it’s also the tip of the iceberg of the full CRO picture. Testing tools are affordable (even free), and increasingly easier to use – so pretty much any idiot can set up and run A/B tests. This is not where the difficulty lies. The hard part is testing the right things, and having the right treatment.