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Managed service sucks

Managed Service Sucks

By Stephen Pavlovich / 1 Comment

Software and Services Don’t Mix Why you shouldn’t buy services from your testing platform. Split-testing software vendors have traditionally relied on their managed service to win and retain clients. From Maxymiser to Adobe, Monetate to Qubit, the managed service has been essential to their growth. Even today, most companies cite a lack of resource as […]

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CRO is like poker

By Kyle Hearnshaw / No Comments

Conversion rate optimisation (CRO) and poker have a lot of similarities, and it’s more than just the opportunity to either make or lose a lot of money.   Anyone can play Anyone can take a seat at a poker table and play a few hands. The game is relatively easy to pick up and there […]

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Stavros Final

We don’t hire developers. We hire hackers. And here’s why.

By Stavros Ferkadis / No Comments

When building experiments through any testing platform, our developers have to think differently to most front end developers, and sometimes, they need to get creative. Like us, there are other companies which don’t have access to the clients’ source code, but have to ensure that their code snippets aren’t going to break anything. Products like Optimizely, Qubit […]

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5 Questions to ask your customers, and when to ask them v6

5 questions you should be asking your customers

By Rob Aherne / 1 Comment

On-site survey tools provide an easy way to gather targeted, contextual feedback from your customers. Analysis of user feedback is an essential part of understanding motivations and barriers in the decision making processes. It can be difficult to know when and how to ask the right questions in order to get the best feedback without […]

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