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Tracking Total Page Value Outside of Targeted Global Homepage Mbox Being Tested

staci_sue
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Hello - My company and I are just getting started on some Global Homepage Testing for our site.

Our first area of testing is our current content of a flashing, rotating panels versus a static image panel with that same content. However, rather than solely testing the mbox content of flash vs. static, we also want to know how the total homepage is affected by the test based on what experience a customer was served. For example, if they saw flashing, did a submessage outside the mbox perform worse or better...and vice versa for the static experience. Essentially, everything outside the targeted mbox experiences A or B, should also be targeted with A or B appropriately.

Is this possible through a Global mbox and targeting them within the same experience?

Thanks for your help!

1 Accepted Solution
Nikhil_Bisne
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Hi Staci,

 

Unfortunately it is not possible to measure what you're looking for the way you described. Only the content present in the Mbox changes other data remaining the same. In your case I would recommend you decide on the content you want change in Experience A and B and finalize on it first.

 

Thanks

Nikhil

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Nikhil_Bisne
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Hi Staci,

 

Unfortunately it is not possible to measure what you're looking for the way you described. Only the content present in the Mbox changes other data remaining the same. In your case I would recommend you decide on the content you want change in Experience A and B and finalize on it first.

 

Thanks

Nikhil

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staci_sue
Level 1
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Thanks for your response, Nikhil!

 

So to clarify, we previously ran a test where showing A. marketing message vs. B. marketing message...having the A message actually positively impacted the C and D messages even though those stayed constant in both A vs. B experiences. Is your answer still the same in this case? Just want to be sure!

 

Thanks again!

Nikhil_Bisne
Level 8
Level 8

Hi Staci,

 

I would request you to kindly go through some documents before I answer your question. Please refer to these documents as they should help answer your question.

 

Thanks

Nikhil