Great title eh?
Great idea Tim, unfortunately I can’t contribute with anything since I haven’t started tracking inside trck.me yet.
PS. Great job on the new tagline, fits perfectly with your blog content now.
I have just started trying this with traffic exchange splash pages.
By loading all the supplied splash page links in one tracker I can see which ones get clicked the most and then use that as a basis for creating a unique splash of my own.
It was from watching one of the videos on the site that I learned I could put more than one URL in a tracker and that each would be shown according to the settings. I left them all equal to see which gets more attention but once I know
then I will change the settings to show the best ones more often.
Then what I thought to try was putting the best splashes from all the te’s into one tracker and see how that worked. If I see a pattern forming say with color
schemes, or text fonts then I can use this to tailor my own splash pages.
Great videos and I suggest that everyone take the time to watch them.
Doug [justasurfer] Nelson
I love that you are trying these things out without knowing what will happen! That’s what excites me most about tracking. If you aren’t sure how it’ll go, setup a test and find out!
I’m also quite new to trck.me and am still trying out different ways. I’ve already found it a great help although I don’t have any suggestions yet.
I just want to say thanks to Doug Nelson because he has just given me some great ideas.
Annamarie (miekieb) Berry
Split testing is a great way to find out which audiences respond better to which splash pages.
how to make a contest unfair…..put 1 mil xp /comment and see what it is happening