Now that you’ve had a chance to learn more about this topic, let’s review what you should have learned with a short quiz. Select the best response to each question. When you've answered all the questions, select the submit button to check your answers.
If you add a "Revenue" event to your experiment, you can set the denominator to:
Imagine that you are an Optimizely X expert and you are helping your new hire, John, instrument your site on Optimizely X. He’s just getting started and is wondering if he should set up his pages now or let his team set them up later when they create their experiments. What should you tell John?
In order to set up revenue tracking, you must:
In which of the following match types do query and hash parameters have to match the URL entered into Optimizely?
Kathleen is setting up her pages in Optimizely. All her ebook pages are based on the same template. What type of URL Targeting should she select in order to create her page?
Mary, a marketing program manager at a travel site, is not sure her click event is set up properly. What tool would help Mary identify if all her events are firing correctly?
The ‘valueInCents’ variable represents the purchase amount, in cents, or, purchase amount times 100. It is crucial that this value is passed to Optimizely in:
True or False: revenue should always be the primary metric in an experiment.
True or False: Simple match ignores common variations in URLS, such as the http and www.
True or False: it is required to set up pages and events in advance of building an experiment.