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A/B tests are available for users in Automate and Agency plans.
With A/B tests in Landingi, you can compare different versions of your landing page and check which one converts better a.k.a. brings more leads. Thanks to A/B testing, you can optimize your landing pages and increase the conversion rate.
If you would like to know more about A/B tests, check our article What is A/B testing?.
A/B tests in the Landingi platform
1. Log in to your Landingi account and navigate to the Dashboard of your landing page.
2. Go to the A/B Test tab.
1. The main variant (champion) is marked by a star icon, and by default, it is the landing page from which you start the test. You can change it before, during, and after the test.
You cannot delete your main variant/champion or assign zero traffic to it. To remove the main variant, set a different landing page as the main variant and then delete the previous main variant.
To start the test, you have to add at least one additional variant, but nothing prevents you from testing more than two variants.
2. Add variants. You can create them in two ways:
- copying the current main variant;
- copying another previously created landing page.
This action does not affect the original landing page, based on which the new variant is created.
3. You can change the variant’s name. Click on its name and enter the new one, then click Save.
During the test, you can edit all variants without stopping the test.
Every variant has the same URL address as the main variant.
Variants in A/B testing can differ in small details, e.g., headline text, CTA, colors, etc., or in something bigger like background or whole sections.
Once you click Edit, you will be moved to Landingi editor, where you can edit your landing page as usual.
Besides editing, you can perform more actions on each variant – you will find them in the drop-down menu when clicking More (three dots icon) on the test management panel.
- Edit – opens the editor of the variant. During the test, you can edit all variants without stopping the test.
- Preview – shows a preview.
- Set as the main variant – sets the given variant as the main one and marks it with the star icon.
- Duplicate as a variant – copies the current variant and creates a new one.
- Duplicate as new LP – creates a new landing page from the variant, with separate statistics and a different URL. This option is useful if you would like to publish any tested variants as a separate landing page.
- Remove – removes the variant. This action is unavailable for the main variant.
NOTE: During the test, you can only perform the Preview and Edit actions.
By default, traffic distribution is evenly split among all variants.
1. You can manually specify the traffic distribution for each variant. To do this, click on the percentage box and enter the appropriate value.
Traffic distribution does not mean exact percentage targeting of users to individual variants, but the probability of loading a specific variant during the new user’s visit.
For example, a 50% traffic split between two variants does not mean that half of the participants will go to variant 1 and the other half to variant 2, but that both variants have a 50% chance of being displayed during a new user’s visit.
2. We recommend running A/B tests on heavy traffic when you can accumulate several hundred conversions on each of the tested variants. In the case of low traffic, the test results will be unreliable.
Decide how to finish the test
1. Determine when your test will end. You can choose from the following options:
- manually – you decide on your own when to finish the test;
- automatically after x visits;
- automatically after x conversions;
- automatically after x days.
2. After the test, you can manually choose the winner/champion from the tested variants. The new champion automatically becomes the main variant, and this will be the landing page that will display at the given URL when the test is not active.
Start the A/B test
1. After setting up your A/B test details, click Start the test.
2. The test will end when the conditions you specified in the settings are fulfilled or when you manually end it.
3. During the test, a small red icon will appear next to the landing page name.
Analyze test statistics
Each of the variants has specific parameters that you can track in the test management panel:
- Traffic – percentage value that determines the probability of displaying the variant.
- Visits – number of unique visits.
- Leads – number of conversions; depending on the conversion goal you set, this may be filling out a form or clicking a button.
- CR (conversion rate) – a value that indicates what percentage of users converted.
After completing the test and restarting it on the same landing page, the statistics for every variant resets.
If you want to learn how to create better pages, check our article about 5 steps of landing page optimization.