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Hey, Guys! I want to do A/B testing for my ebook which i'm promoting on my blog

ravijit_c 04-09-17

Hey, Guys! I want to do A/B testing for my ebook which i'm promoting on my blog

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Hey guys!

 

I want to do A/B testing for my ebook which I promote on the blog

 

Please the share the tools and right strategy for it.

 

Thanks :-)

Reneevl 04-13-17
 

Re: Hey, Guys! I want to do A/B testing for my ebook which i'm promoting on my blog

Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out!

 

What is it exactly that you are trying to track?

Are you trying to get more users to download it? Or to click on a link?

Because that is indeed possible within Optimizely.  When you set up experiments, you will want to have a good idea of what to measure so you can define success.

We actually we have a few article dedicated to how and where to test, you can read more about this here and  this article outlines a top 10 list of the most common, relatively simple experiments that people run as they're getting started with Optimizely Classic. It also provides you with guidance on how to build them on your own site.

 

I hope this helps!

 

Best,

Renée van Leijen

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Jason-GSell 04-13-17
 

Re: Hey, Guys! I want to do A/B testing for my ebook which i'm promoting on my blog

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Hi @ravijit_c,

 

This sounds like a great question for our current Ask the Expert post with our partner Arun from FunnelEnvy.

 

If you'd like to ask him more about optimizing downloads for your ebook, I recommend commenting on this thread.

 

Thanks!

Jason

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Jason-GSell 04-13-17
 

Re: Hey, Guys! I want to do A/B testing for my ebook which i'm promoting on my blog

One note - the Ask the Expert column closes tomorrow afternoon, so you'll want to ask soon!

 

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RyanC 04-18-17
 

Re: Hey, Guys! I want to do A/B testing for my ebook which i'm promoting on my blog

I would have a look at your data in Google Analytics which might help you define a solid A/B Test Hypothesis.

Give the following a read - https://blog.optimizely.com/2015/01/29/why-an-experiment-without-a-hypothesis-is-dead-on-arrival/
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