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We here at Never Settle are always looking for new ways to improve our products and we love hearing from you!

How can we improve our products and make them better for you? That’s where we can use your help!

If there are features that our products do not currently support but you think would be a huge added value for you and lots of other people, then please share them here with us.

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  1. Add A/B Testing Significance Calculator

    Much like what is done here: https://neilpatel.com/ab-testing-calculator/

    The significance calculator will tell you if a variation increased your sales, and by how much.

    9 votes
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  2. Display Report that shows A/B Test variation with Associated Order

    It would be great to see a report on the test page with which order numbers are associated with each test variation...

    8 votes
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  4. Calculate Revenue Per Visitor (RPV)

    Revenue per Visitor (RPV) is a measurement of the amount of money generated each time a customer visits your website. It is calculated by dividing the total revenue by the total number of visitors to your site, and is a method of estimating the value of each additional visitor.

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  5. A/B Testing for Logged in Users

    Would love the ability to show different A/B pricing specifically for logged in users vs anonymous users.

    5 votes
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  6. Add Option to Plugin Settings to Allow for Adjusting Cookie Length

    Current cookie length is set at 30 days... This feature would allow you to be able to set a custom cookie length per test.

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  7. Pick the winner based on earnings (including shipping costs in the calculations)

    This deals with the accuracy and general usefulness of the data that PriceLab returns:

    1. Shipping costs are a critical part of a webshop selling physical products and so should be an important part of the calculations.

    2. When price testing products it makes the most sense to pick the price based on the earnings, and not so much revenue or number of orders.

    Let me explain why. Let’s assume a product costs 2$ to buy wholesale
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    > A. Sell 5 products at 10$ Revenue = 5*$10 = $50 - Earnings 5*$8=$40
    > B. Sell 11 products at 5$…

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