When you subscribe (Business, Agency or Expert insights plans) you get personal assistance by our CRO experts for your tests set up, plus a customized testing plan for the first 3/4 months of your subscription.
Setting up tests is not difficult but requires a bit of a learning curve in order to get really valuable and actionable insights. By subscribing you shortcut all that and can jump straight into learning more about your users. When you subscribe you also get a substantial discount (from 33% to 45%) over the same test “On demand”.
As an agency we saw the power of testing with Conversion Crimes first hand for our clients. We were able to spot usability issues fast and cost effectively, and to back them with real human behavior data. It’s always been a laser-focused and eye opening process, and clients loved it.
That’s why we decided to offer it as a white label, done for your service as well. If you’re a digital marketing, branding or SEO agency, this is for you.
How you implement it into your workflow, is up to you. Usability testing is super helpful both before a website redesign to understand where the current site falls short, and after, to validate the changes you’ve made. You can run quick first impression tests to collect qualitative data on what users think about a brand and if they trust it. Or you can user test a specific landing page before it goes live, as a wireframe or mockup. In any case, we’ll guide you towards what’s best for you at every stage of the process.
You can claim a test you purchase up to 6 months after your order. Once you sign up, you’ll be able to create and launch your test from your dashboard whenever you want within that period.
A Conversion Crimes test is made up of several tasks that you write when creating a test and that users have to go through to help you understand how they use your site. Think of it as the experience your visitors go through divided into step by step actions. These actions or tasks will guide our users (testers) through the test.
Usually, when you start writing tests, it might take longer to get the type of valuable insights that we find for businesses in just a matter of days – that’s why some business owners have one of their team learn how to do it, or have us do it for them.
When you sign up for a monthly subscription or buy the “Test writing” Add-on, our CRO experts are going to write the tests for you, based on your goals and requirements. This usually saves you time and guarantees that your monthly test gets you the insights you needed. No other usability testing platform offers this.
Unless you have, at absolute minimum, 10,000 unique visitors per month, A/B testing won’t work for you. This is due to the levels of statistical significance required to know if one page is winning over another. You usually also need about 1,000 conversions per month to get valuable information out of split testing.
Even then, you will have to make drastic changes to see results reflected in A/B tests and you will know what doesn’t work but not the reason why, which is what helps you truly improve your site or product.
With Conversion Crimes you don’t need any traffic because we automatically find users for you to test with.
A platform like Hotjar can be great to get quantitative data and metrics for you to improve your user experience. Heatmaps and user recording videos can provide some useful data on frequent behavior patterns. However these won’t help you understand what’s underneath, the reasons why users act a certain way.
With Conversion Crimes you get real people recording their screens while on your site or app, and talking through their thoughts out loud for you to hear. You’ll get insights like:
As a business, you want people to love your products or services, so they give their money to you instead of competitors.
To have people love your products or services, you need to know if they understand them and how they use them, starting from your website. That’s where user Conversion Crimes comes in.
We help you understand:
By answering these questions, you’ll create a better experience – from website to product – for your customers. This will improve your conversion rate and bottom line.
Ideally, usability testing should be done on prototypes before your product or site launches or before a redesign of business change. You should always be testing though. No website or app is perfect but it should constantly be adapting to the audience’s needs.
We created our Subscription tiers with 1 test per month. Ideally you could set a 6-month testing plan and completely transform your business with the insights and improvements you get over time.
Those tiny tweaks that lead to more conversions compound over time. It doesn’t take a lot to make a big shift.
It depends on what you are testing for. Our general guideline is 1-2 minutes per task. If the task is easy or fast to complete use 1 minute. If the task is more difficult 2 minutes. Then add 2 minutes to your final calculation.
Below are examples of video lengths and what kind of user testing videos you would get with each one.
1-3 minute tests
1-2 minute tests are great for gathering information on first impressions or to answer a quick question about your website. Such as, does your value prop headline articulate who you are and what you do clearly? Do people understand what you want them to do on the website? What is the first thing you would click on if you landed on this page and why? Use 3 minutes when you want them to make one simple action in addition to a first impression.
4-10 minutes tests:
We find that most videos fit within the 6-8 minute range. This is enough time to browse a website, find an item to buy, and go through a check out process. If your test has just 3 questions a 4-5 minute test will likely suffice. However, if you want someone to go through your website, look for several items, and then complete a task then a 6-8 minute test is usually best.
12 + minute videos:
This is great for SAAS or app onboarding processes which take longer and have more steps. Some of which can take considerable time to figure out, fill forms, and complete the process.
You’re able to get customers to sign up, but they cant understand how to do the tasks in the app and thus aren’t converting to paid accounts. Depending on what how complex and how many steps are required to do the process in your app, would depend on the length of the video. If it takes 5-7 minutes or less for a user to complete the process outlined in your tasks a 12 minute test should suffice. If it takes 8 or more minutes complete, choose 15-20 minutes for your test.
As soon as you collect data from a single test user, your insights shoot up and you have already learned almost a third of all there is to know about the usability.
When you test the second user, you will discover that this person does some of the same things.
Each new user adds a bit more insight than the last, but you will keep seeing the same things again and again. Thus, learning less and less new insights each added video.
We recommend 3 users for our budget customers
Three users is enough to get an idea of the diversity in user behavior and insight into what’s unique and what can be generalized.
We recommend 5 users for most people
Five is the best return on investment and usually finds 85% of the issues. Testing costs increase with each additional user, yet the number of findings quickly reaches the point of diminishing returns.
Have a bigger budget? YAY! Spend it on more tests, not more users in each test.
We recommend 9 users when you are looking for as much feedback as possible
You would need at least 15 users to catch 100% of the usability errors. This is overkill for most businesses. It’s better to run a larger quantity of smaller tests. 🙂 However you might want to use anything between 10 to 20 testers whenever you want to find outliers or are running short first impressions tests (usually 1 or 2 minutes).
We’re currently in the process of creating a library of templates for any kind of business (ecommerce, SaaS, Lead gen, Membership, Affiliate & content, , Productized service etc).
In the meantime you can let us write your test if you sign up on a subscription (Basic, Pro or Done for you).
You can ask users to complete tasks on a website, app (yours or competitors’), or even wireframe/website mockup. As long as what you need to test has a URL link, you can test it.
The purpose is to get feedback on what users are thinking, trying to do, or get frustrated with.
Do not create a test where the purpose is to get a user to:
If your test contains adult content, make sure you select the related option in the test creation page.
We want you to be completely satisfied with your test. If after receiving your test results you are not satisfied, we’ll either provide you with another one or return the credit to your balance.
The general consensus amongst UX practitioners is to avoid getting too specific when finding users. The majority of products should be clear and easy to use by anyone.
However, if you need specific demographics we offer the following selections:
More coming soon…
In addition, we offer a write-in option where you can specify extra requirements like, “speaks French” “reads the news” “manager” “plays chess” and “interested in sports” “uses “Google Chrome” etc.
We do not have a service for small fixes. However, if you’re looking for someone to do user testing and create a detailed report and wireframes to guide your team or a freelancer to fix your conversion crimes – our conversion audits at Zeda Labs are a great fit.
Our users are mostly from the USA and Canada but we also have European users. Even if your business sells internationally we’ve got you covered.
On average tests are completed within 8-12 hours depending on the test length and on the demographic (male, female, age range, web expertise etc.) you pick for it.
Remote user testing gives you rapid customer feedback on almost any digital experience you can imagine, including websites, mobile apps, prototypes, and more. Anything online can be tested.
You’ll receive a video screen recording of someone using your website or app, thinking out loud as they try to compete tasks that you give them. The user is in their own environment, on their own device—with all their quirky settings—acting as they normally would, so you get realistic results.
Remote user testing is faster, easier to run, and waaay cheaper than a traditional in-person lab setting—meaning you’re more likely to do it!
Yes, user testing is used by top companies like Walmart, Facebook, Zillow, Constant Contact, CBS, Bose, NBC, Amazon, AirBnB, and Spotify.
For people in the know, it’s a conversion increasing secret weapon.