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You could start by checking whether the desired website has google analytics active (there are a bunch of browser plugins for this, but you could just as easily right-click the page 'view page source' and ctr-f for 'analytics' or 'GTM') if so, you could contact the admin/owner and explain your are willing to give a free UX analysis / tips in exchange for ...


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From a marketing perspective, I wouldn't even mention the deprecated plan -- it'll just show customers that you've hiked up prices, and make them unhappy before they even purchase (or they might take it as a sign to haggle and call in to request the lower price). What percentage of your customer base will be asking about this? You might be able to wait it ...


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(disclaimer: I have some assumption about your sitation, but i cant comment to your question for clarification) METHOD01: Recruit a representative pool from all your client's users This method doesn't need collaboration from your client. You will be in control, but needs more effort for the same sample size and quality. Analyze the user base size of the ...


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The role of the test user is defined by the objective for doing the user testing (as this can vary depending on the stage of your product/service and the resources available), so there is definitely no hard and fast rule. However, it is important to have a defined objective to avoid issues with inconsistency of how the testing is performed (if this is ...


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