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Alternatives to Optimizley?
Looking for some A/B testing in the near future. Optimizely seems expensive. Wondering if anyone has used (and been happy with) an alternative software.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Since price seems to be your main concern I suggest you start out with the free version of Google optimize. You can only run 3 tests simultaniously on the free version but it has everything you need to get started. If you need advanced features there is no way around paying for a tool like optimizely.
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