Doing Split A/B Tests when stuck with WYSIWYG Editor...

Discussion in 'Game Development (Technical)' started by Curiosoft, Aug 27, 2004.

  1. Curiosoft

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    Hi,

    I developed my site using Frontpage. Now I realize that it's not enough to do the back-end marketing analysis needed to improve sales.

    Specifically, I need a way to do split a-b tests. Has anyone run into this issue? Has anyone successfully implemented split a-b tests in WYSIWYG?

    The big challenge is that my current host does not support ASP.

    I'm open to suggestions.

    Take care,
    Curiosoft
     
  2. svero

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    I think if you're serious about your business you'll dump frontpage and learn php or asp and get familiar with the nitty gritty of the web end of things. I don't think you can really grow your biz without having total control of your point of sale.
     

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