How do I go about excluding IP addresses from A/B tests? We want to exclude a monitoring tool we use from entering A/B tests. Is there a setting within Adobe Target like there is within analytics? Or do we need to create a profile script and assign the audience to every A/B test.
We aren't using auto allocate, we are using a manual split. And the split has been consistently uneven since the test has been live.
How much slight difference would be considered within a normal range?
We've had an AB test with 1 variant running at 50:50 traffic split for the last 4 days. However we're consistently seeing more of a 52% 48% split. We aren't using auto allocate. Is there any reason for the test not being closer to 50:50?
Update: I've now set up the profile script and audiences but:If a customer falls into 'Group A' which I set for Test A, but they actually would've only qualified for Test B, they'll then not qualify for either test? So we would see a reduction in traffic to both tests. Is there any way of avoiding t...
Hi! We have 2 A/B tests running on our homepage. They target different audiences but some users fall into both audiences and are therefore currently being counted in both tests which is causing contamination in the data. How can we make these 2 tests mutually exclusive and randomly assign users who ...