Google has released a free-to-use A/B testing and personalization product. Google Optimize can be used to test different versions of websites to see which version works better.
There’s also a paid-for version called Optimize 360 that is aimed at larger users. Both versions have been available to beta testers, and have now been released.
Google Optimize calculates results based on your existing Google Analytics metrics and business objectives, using Bayesian methods to calculate the results. You can also set up new experiments for A/B, Multivariate, or Redirect tests where you set up a hypothesis and goals. The editor lets you set URL targets to create simple or complex rules for the pages where you want your experiment to run, then make sure the rules work for specific URLs on your site using the new Optimize URL tester. Once an experiment has been run, there’s an improvement overview that shows how an experiment affects the metrics you’re targeting.
Optimize is available in over 180 countries, along with Google Optimize 360. This is part of the Google Analytics 360 Suite, and is aimed at larger enterprises or businesses with more sophisticated testing and support needs. It adds the ability to create custom versions of sites for specific Google Analytics audiences.
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