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Expert commentary and editorial from the MarketingExperiments research analysts.

More Evidence of the Power of Small Changes

In a recent article at DMNews.com, this passage really caught my eye... “Toolbarn.com increased the click-through rate on one campaign by moving the word “free” to the first line of the ad from the second line. And Toolbarn.com turned Gatorade mix into a top-selling product online by realizing that overseas troops were buying the product and…
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Tracking Click Fraud

This week the media seems to have been alive with articles and posts about click fraud. I can’t recall when the topic was so much “in the news”. Perhaps the high point of the week was when tempers flared and voices were raised at a session…

March 1 Clinic Notes

NOTES: These are the notes from our interactive March 1 teleclinic on The Power of Small Changes. If you missed it, the recording will be posted here approximately 48 hours after the event. Offer Copy Optimization Micro-TestMetricPage…

Online Testing Certification

Over the last few years Marketing Experiments has conducted thousands of tests with dozen of partner companies. We have learned a great deal, and shared much of our research data through our teleconference clinics and written briefs. But…

Trash Content Sites & How to Beat Them

I have been following various discussions recently on the topic of trash content sites. What are they? These are sites created with the express purpose of generating Google AdSense income or affiliate commissions. Lone webmasters, and…

Internet “Annoyance” Law

What is everyone's opinion of H.R. 3402, which as part of its content, includes a provision to prohibit anonymous "annoying" messages on the Internet? On January 5, President Bush signed into law a "prohibition on posting annoying Web…

Business Plan Competition

Here’s your chance to enter the MarketingExperiments.com First Annual “Back of a Napkin” Business Plan Competition. What we are looking for are strong business ideas which are founded on an exciting and enduring value proposition. Like…