Adaptive A/B testing with Conductrics -- Auto-Optimize Conversions on your WordPress Site.
If you want us to re-send the signup email, just use the signup page at http://www.conductrics.com again with the same email.
If you can access the Conductrics console, you will find your API Keys and Owner code in the "Keys and Password" tab under the Account dropdown.
A test compares and optimizes two or more alternatives for a Page.
So, first, you need at least two pages that you want to compare.
For example, if you want to test your "/signup-page". First, create your alternative page, e.g. "/signup-page-2". Open "/signup-page" in the Pages editor, and select "Test this page". Select "/signup-page-2" as the alternate page.
Once published, any visitors to "/signup-page" will be automatically assigned (by Conductrics) to see the content of either "/signup-page" or "/signup-page-2"; even though the URL will always appear to them as "/signup-page".
For the plugin to automatically learn (and optimize it's choices) you should also set a Goal page, e.g. "/thank-you".
There must be at least two, and there is no upper limit. Though you should limit yourself to only a few at one time so you don't spread your traffic too thinly.
In "Testing only" mode, alternate pages will be given equal preference for the life of the test. In "Adaptive" mode, alternate pages that perform better will, over time, be chosen more often.
Select the page you are testing from the Pages view, and uncheck the "Test this page" box. Once published, the test is no longer running in WordPress.
No, you can always login to http://console.conductrics.com to review (or delete) historical data and reports.
Most likely, there was a typo in the API credentials you entered when the plugin was installed. Go to the Settings section of your WordPress and select "Conductrics" from the navigation, this will re-open the Settings dialog, and verify/re-enter your API keys.