Formulating a strong hypothesis is the foundation of a successful split test. A good hypothesis has three main components:
- Comprehension – Identifying something that can be improved upon
- Response – Change that can cause improvement
- Outcome – Measurable result of change that determines success
Don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered. Use this hypothesis builder to assemble all the information you need.
We have observed by .
We want to at on for .
This should lead to , which will be measured by and backed up by .
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