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Quick Tip: ABCs of AB Testing

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Re: Quick Tip: ABCs of AB Testing

Hi, 

 

Thanks for posting.  I will pass your feedback along about this.  

 

 

 

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Re: Quick Tip: ABCs of AB Testing

Another confused/disappointed customer looking for an easier way to do AB testing on a list of 36,000+. Right now I am supposed to export, separate into two files and then import all the contacts into two separate list? There has got to be a simpler way to do this, especially one where my account won't be put on a temporary hold for the suspicious behavior of "importing" too many contacts. This has been a thread for over a year now, please get this fixed!

CTCT Employee

Re: Quick Tip: ABCs of AB Testing

Hi @CEEMktg .

 

I definitely understand that this must be frustrating for you. A good way to do AB Testing with Constant Contact is using our tagging feature. For example you can have a large list called...General Interest. Then you can tag half of the list as A and half of the list as B. When you send, you can choose to Narrow it down by tag and choose Tag A and then Tag B.

 

Unfortunately this is probably the easiest way to do something like this. If you'd like to see this improved I would leave your feedback in our Contact Management and Reporting Feedback area.

Melissa M
Community and Social Support Intern

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Re: Quick Tip: ABCs of AB Testing

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