A couple months back we started a discussion around our plans for performing some multivariate optimization tests within the mozilla.com site. We started with one simple A/B test on a single web page and we now have some findings to … Continue reading
Posts from November, 2008
We recently reinitiated our Funnelcake experiment on November 18th from 00:00:00 – 23:59:59 PST. As you may recall from last year’s effort, we: introduced the technical aspects behind it reviewed several key findings (e.g., the Firefox “Funnel Factor”) highlighted some … Continue reading
We often like to think about macro level trends in internet behavior, e.g., declines in internet usage on global holidays or growth trends by region. One such phenomenon we’ve noticed in recent years is Cyber Monday. While we have no … Continue reading
It’s surprising how the simplest things can sometimes be the most revealing… We’ve previously talked quite a bit about the international landscape that describes Firefox adoption and usage. See here and here, along with this old post from Schrep. Today, … Continue reading
The ten finalists have been announced. Voting for the ultimate winner is now just a month away.
Congratulations to the Mozilla community for reaching this historic milestone! For the first time in either a weekly or monthly period, Firefox surpassed 20% worldwide market share (according to Net Applications). You can read the featured report here.