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The Minute Podcast // 328:
"Farmers Fridge Brings Healthy Food to Vending Machines”

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💬1 - AB Testing Sample Size: The 4 Levels of Difficulty you Need to Know
What Are The 4 difficulty levels?

Make sure to always consider the data of the page tested rather than that from the site as a whole.

1. Fear Factor zone
With less than 10,000 visitors a month, AB testing will be very unreliable because it’s necessary to improve the conversion rate by more than 30% in order to have a “winning” variation.

2. Thrilling zone
With between 10,000 and 100,000 visitors a month, AB testing can be a real challenge as an improvement in conversion rate of at least 9% is needed to be reliable.

3. Exciting zone
With between 100,000 and 1,000,000 visitors a month, we’re entering the “Exciting” zone: it’s necessary to improve the conversion rate by between 2% and 9%, depending on the number of visitors.

4. Safe zone
Beyond one million visitors a month, we’re in the “Safe” zone, which allows us to carry out a number of iterative tests.
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yesterday by 1luke2
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The Minute Podcast // 327:
“CommerceHub's Last-Mile Big-Ticket Delivery Solution”…
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Pinterest pushes into mobile shopping with updated Pins, iOS shortcuts
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Pinterest pushes into mobile shopping with updated Pins, iOS shortcuts
Pinterest pushes into mobile shopping with updated Pins, iOS shortcuts
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A Developer's Guide to Headless

"The hours of experimentation with dozens of CMS & frontend…
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yesterday by knutmelvaer
Amazon is building an army of brands - CNN
If you search for dog food on Amazon, you'll probably find a bag with a picture of a woman perched on an ocean cliff patting a fluffy, golden dog.
It looks like any of the thousands of dog food choices on the site. But the ordinary packaging and description mask a significant development. That brand is called Wag, and it's made by Amazon itself.
With its launch in May, Amazon charged into the pet food market.
After mastering how to sell everyone else's stuff, Amazon has sharpened its focus. Now it's trying to persuade shoppers to buy its own products.
It's succeeding. Amazon's private label sales will reach $7.5 billion this year, analysts at SunTrust Robinson estimate. By 2022, they are expected to hit $25 billion.
amazon  ecommerce  stats  pets 
yesterday by dancall
About – Exciting Commerce
Exciting Commerce informiert als unabhängiger Branchenbegleiter seit 2005 über neue Märkte und zukunftsweisende Geschäftsmodelle im E-Commerce.
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yesterday by kopfbunt
Über uns | Kassenzone
Kassenzone.de wurde 2008 gestartet und beschäftigt sich seitdem mit Entwicklungen von Online Geschäftsmodellen, insbesondere im E-Commerce. Alle spannenden Mediadaten sind „live“ hier einzusehen.
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