- Google, Monday, January 15, 2018 4 PM
Google has put together a checklist of best practices for marketers wanting to create experiments that produce results. Advice points to focusing tests on one variable at a time, designing tests to
reach statistical significance, and avoid changing campaigns while experiments run. Pick a metric before tests begin. Each will produce a large amount of data and balancing multiple metrics makes it
difficult to pick a winner.
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