How do you actually do split testing?

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I want to see which network performs great for my FR Niche. I can get 1000 unique clicks in an hour. But how do you do split testing (I need detailed guide)
 

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As per my experience cpalead gives biggest payout for french pin submits. Test them.
 

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IndeXer said:
As per my experience cpalead gives biggest payout for french pin submits. Test them.

CR and EPC is what I am testing not payouts.
 

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You must test it by yourself. Get accepted into 3-5 CPA networks and test them. You can disable offers with low epc/cr. You must do it by yourself :)
 

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are you content locking with a widget?
if so, send 1000 clicks to widget from network a, then 1000 to network b, then network c, etc
 

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To get a true split test and be as close as possible you need to decide what you're comparing.

Say you're comparing our network to another (I always encourage it).

You would want to make sure you keep all of your variables as close to one another as possible.

So for example:

If you ran 48 hours with Network A, using all of your traffic going to their Content Locker.
You would want to run 48 hours with Network B, using all of your traffic going to their Content Locker.

Once you do that, you'll get an idea of where things stand.

If you were willing to test CPAlead, I think you would be thrilled with the results. Although, I encourage you to see for yourself rather than let me tell you.

Best of luck regardless,
Peter
 

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CPALead is good, the only thing is that they're missing automatic translation of page in French in File Locker! If not automatic, at least make an option for the publishers to edit it themselves. It would increase the CR a lot tbh.
 

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CPAleadPeter said:
To get a true split test and be as close as possible you need to decide what you're comparing.

Say you're comparing our network to another (I always encourage it).

You would want to make sure you keep all of your variables as close to one another as possible.

So for example:

If you ran 48 hours with Network A, using all of your traffic going to their Content Locker.
You would want to run 48 hours with Network B, using all of your traffic going to their Content Locker.

Once you do that, you'll get an idea of where things stand.

If you were willing to test CPAlead, I think you would be thrilled with the results. Although, I encourage you to see for yourself rather than let me tell you.

Best of luck regardless,
Peter

Yes I had in plan to test CPALead, I was waiting for my Manager to get online to ask him some questions.
 

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Thanks, feel free to ping me if I can help you out in the mean time

We'll do great together.

Peter
 
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