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Test A/B with redirect: Should I put the Adobe Target code in the new URL?

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I want to do an A / B test with redirection. Option A will be the original website.com/landing/ and Option B will be the new websiente.com/landingb/. I have 2 questions:

  • Should I put the Adobe Target code and in the new URL(landingb)?
  • Will I keep in "landingb" the parameters that I have defined for "landing"?

Thanks!

 

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Dear Carlosvelarde,

Sorry that you didn't receive any response till now.

1. Yes, it is always better to put the Target Code on the landing page to track the stats of the visitors landing on the redirected page. If you didn't add, stats won't be available in the target (For the redirected page) however, it won't have any impact on the redirection.

2. Better to have so that we know the important parameters passed from the inventory (Landing) to the redirected (LandingB) page.

Thank You, Arun.

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Correct answer by
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Dear Carlosvelarde,

Sorry that you didn't receive any response till now.

1. Yes, it is always better to put the Target Code on the landing page to track the stats of the visitors landing on the redirected page. If you didn't add, stats won't be available in the target (For the redirected page) however, it won't have any impact on the redirection.

2. Better to have so that we know the important parameters passed from the inventory (Landing) to the redirected (LandingB) page.

Thank You, Arun.