High Tempo testing is great and at the beginning we can have lots of A/B ideas. The problem is when generating over 2000 A/Bs, finding more high quality A/Bs become a hard thing to do. Benchmarking competitors and similar websites and reading articles, etc. can be very repetitive and hard to find good new ideas to test. I would like to know what are you guys doing to keep a big and high quality backlog after a long time of high tempo testing. I'm trying to create a good framework/methodology that will always work when backlog is weak or short.
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