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MaxA/B

Description

This WordPress plugin allows you to create A/B split test experiments using any page, with each experiment containing up to 3 variation pages. Metrics are automatically calculated in real-time, and your conversion pages can even be on a different website.

Highlights

  • Works with any WordPress theme and any page can be used in the experiments
  • Experiments consist of the original page, up to 3 variation pages, and a conversion page
  • The conversion page can be on a completely different site/domain and still work
  • Create an unlimited number of experiments, pause and re-start at any time
  • Metrics are captured and calculated in real-time

Use the MaxA/B plugin to perform split tests on your WordPress landing pages, WordPress squeeze pages, and WordPress sales pages so that you know which ones convert better.

Notice

The MaxA/B plugin currently only supports using pages as part of A/B experiments. Support for posts will come in a future release.

Video

To see a video of how to create A/B split test experiments, watch the video on the MaxA/B page on Max Foundry’s website.

How To Use

  1. Click on the MaxA/B settings on the left-side of the admin panel.
  2. On the Experiments tab, click the Add New button.
  3. Fill out the form and click Create.
  4. If the conversion page for the experiment is on another site, be sure to follow the instructions on-screen.
  5. That’s it. Sit back and wait for visitors and conversions.

Screenshots

  • You can see all the important metrics for an experiment by viewing its details.
  • Creating a new experiment is quick and easy.
  • The Experiments tab lists all of the split test experiments you've created.

Installation

For automatic installation:

  1. Login to your website and go to the Plugins section of your admin panel.
  2. Click the Add New button.
  3. Under Install Plugins, click the Upload link.
  4. Select the plugin zip file from your computer then click the Install Now button.
  5. You should see a message stating that the plugin was installed successfully.
  6. Click the Activate Plugin link.

For manual installation:

  1. You should have access to the server where WordPress is installed. If you don’t, see your system administrator.
  2. Copy the plugin zip file up to your server and unzip it somewhere on the file system.
  3. Copy the “maxab” folder into the /wp-content/plugins directory of your WordPress installation.
  4. Login to your website and go to the Plugins section of your admin panel.
  5. Look for “MaxA/B” and click Activate.

FAQ

When should I stop my experiment?

You should wait until the experiment has reached at least a 95% confidence level with statistically significant results, and ideally you should wait until the experiment reaches 99% confidence.

The higher the statistical confidence, the more likely the results will be statistically significant. For sites with high traffic, the time it takes for experiments to reach statistical significance will be much shorter than sites with lower traffic. Making decisions about your experiment results before the proper thresholds have been reached may result is false-positives that lead to lower-than-expected conversion rates.

Reviews

not working

I tried many times to make an experiment, but in each time I completed expermint without any feedback and then when go to experment there is nothing created!

Great Simple Tool – just 1 flaw

This plugin has everything I wanted for split testing… easy setup and appears to be running…

except (the flaw) it’s not counting conversions accurately.

Eg, aWeber confirms 10 conversions and MaxA/B only reports 2.

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Contributors & Developers

“MaxA/B” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

2.2.2

  • Initial add into the wordpress.org plugin repository.