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What are some good resources for doing A/B testing of a website?

What (affordable) alternatives are there to Google Website Optimizer for A/B and multivariate tests?

The pro's with GWO are basically that its free and that it integrates with Google Analytics.

The cons: The relative high time cost of setting up a test.

Some alternatives I've seen so far:

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marked as duplicate by John Conde Jun 8 '12 at 3:31

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You might check this question: webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/5/… – artlung Jul 20 '10 at 15:39
Yes, close enough to a duplicate for me... – JasonBirch Jul 22 '10 at 5:43
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This mighty list has a selection of A/B & MVT tools:


No relationship with either the list compilers or any of the listed vendors (we have out own in-house MVT tool).

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I have used GetClicky.com for this. They have the ability to set goals and have user actions trigger the goals. They also have some nice analytics.

I found this much simpler than Google's Website Optimizer.

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Just AB testing you can do with the new Google Analytics Content Experiments but if you want MVT you can look on Convert.com.

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