Run A/B tests instantly. All without traffic.

Validate your concepts using AI-powered attention heatmaps before they go live and stop burning resources on concepts that fail to spark action.
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1. Save resources optimizing conversions with AI

Get a better grip on CRO by validating your hypotheses in under 60 seconds before spending a penny on lengthy live traffic A/B tests.

2. Test faster, test more, achieve better results.

Testing drives growth, and uplift percent of every iteration counts. Leverage AI’s unlimited testing capabilities and maximize the results from your marketing budget.

3. Get stakeholders on-board and simplify decision making

Use attention heatmaps to eliminate the guesswork by identifying specific problem areas and easily pitch your hypotheses to team members and shareholders.

Instant A/B testing with AI at your fingertips

The only thing you need is an image of the design. Attention heatmaps highlight what users pay attention to when interacting with the concept. With this information, you can instantly identify the performance of key website objects such as headlines and CTAs.

1. Upload your design variatons

2. Instantly receive the attention heatmaps

3. Iterate to make the key elements pop

4. Run live tests with the winner concepts

Empower your CRO with AI based attention analytics

Neuromarketing lab, years of extensive eye-tracking studies, over 70,000 unique data, deep learning algorithm, and MIT approval of 95% model accuracy. All of that so you could have:

Faster ideation

Unlimited hypothesis testing

More results with less resources

Easier decision making

Higher revenue

Case study:

See how Omnisend increased their signups by 30%

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AI Heatmap of OmnisendNew Landing Page Case Study

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