Where Should You Experiment?

 

Identifying a problem is only helpful if you can see a path to solving it. Knowing the most effective places to run experiments will help ensure that they give you the best possible information about your visitors.

In this course, you'll learn how to answer the following questions:

  1. What types of pages are best for experimentation?
  2. How do you find elements on a page that should be experimented on?
  3. How do you analyze what changes should be made in an experiment?

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