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Likelihood to Recommend

Adobe Target

I feel you need to have a dedicated developer who works solely in Test & Target. If you have that resource, and ensure to train the resource sufficiently, it will make it much easier to be able to run tests and have a clean testing program.
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Zarget

Zarget is well suited for web testing. The A/B test function is simple yet effective. The tool is also really good for heat maps. Even easier and quicker than A/B testing and so insightful! Goal funnels are also great with Zarget but we use GA functionality for that.
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Pros

  • The test report page is very intuitive. It is very easy to analyze a test based on different segments such as new and returning users.
  • Having confidence levels inserted into the reporting tool is a key feature. While it is a simple feature, it allows users to easily understand when results are significant.
  • We have recently created swim lanes for traffic and this has been very helpful to make sure that different tests are not crossing over in terms of traffic.
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  • Ease of use - you really don't need much of a prior knowledge of testing to get started with Zarget.
  • Fast setup and integrations - we were ready to go within a day. Same goes for integrations. All you need is a permission from an account owner and webmaster to place the code within the source code of the website.
  • Good support - very responsive when something goes wrong.
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Cons

  • Be careful to not rack up too many server calls - this can be a costly endeavor. If you're in a large corporation which can afford mass quantities of server calls per year, then you won't have to be as concerned. If you are a small company, you must be more prudent and use T&T for specific campaigns which have a life span, can warrant specific results, and do not linger on. De-activating mboxes within T&T is a great way to disable mboxes without bugging IT or your web developers about removing/adding mboxes every time you want to run a campaign.
  • T&T is client-side user experience testing, meaning what the customer sees is based on their specific visit in a specific web browser - and the experience is controlled by T&T during the lifespan of the cookie. This is not a fault of T&T, but it is necessary to understand. As you build and QA campaigns, you still have to check the experience in ALL browsers and you have to be aware that a user visiting your site on more than one computer may see different experiences based on how they were routed in the test campaign.
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  • Page editor is sometimes a bit confusing. Seems to get stuck during the setup process and needs refreshing.
  • I've heard others say that it's quite basic compared to other tools like optimizely so that's probably going to be a downside for us once we get more advanced with testing.
  • For some reason my manager can never actually load Zarget on his computer! We have no idea why this happens but it could be that Zarget is not that compatible with all computer systems.
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Likelihood to Renew

Adobe Target6.3
Based on 24 answers
Once you get started with your testing program, you realize that it is necessary to continue. You must keep optimizing in order to remain a vital competitor in today's marketing world. Even if you're not using Test & Target or any other user experience testing software, you ought to be performing comparison tests on your own, simply by routing your audience to different experiences and quantifying the aggregate of the results.
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Usability

Adobe Target1.1
Based on 4 answers
Can be difficult to learn, but once you understand Mboxes and the nuances of the system it's very user friendly
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Reliability and Availability

Adobe Target6.1
Based on 4 answers
i don't think we use the full functionalities of the tool, but to use the full functions, it's almost impossible (Too hard)
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Performance

Adobe Target8.0
Based on 3 answers
The bottleneck is never the software program
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Support

Adobe Target7.0
Based on 6 answers
Room for improvement
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In-Person Training

Adobe Target8.1
Based on 3 answers
The instructor that came to train us was awesome and this training was very useful. I would recommend it for anyone who is going to be using this software. I only mark it lower because it is an added expense to an already expensive product, and a lot of the training covered the "Target" portion of the software (which again, we didn't use)
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Online Training

Adobe Target6.1
Based on 3 answers
The training was very easy to understand, however it would have been more useful to my development team than me. It was also primarily over-the-phone, which is never as easy to follow as in-person. We ended up scheduling and paying for an in-person training session to supplement the online/phone training because it wasn't helpful enough.
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Implementation

Adobe Target7.2
Based on 5 answers
Was implemented at our organization before I began working with it.
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Alternatives Considered

Adobe Test & Target is far superior to these other solutions, but is really meant for a more advanced company. Optimizely is better for a startup because of price point and ease of use.
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I tested Google's testing platform before using Zarget and found it quite difficult to set up tests and doesn't give as much insight. I only used the free version though. Zarget definitely fairs better in comparison.
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Return on Investment

  • The quantifiable results of each campaign are reflected in the lift and confidence. Within each campaign, you have the ability to tie a dollar amount to to each conversion metric, in order to monetarily understand the successes and project the benefits of implementation over a period of time.
  • Within each campaign you can set up any number of success metrics, in the interest of understanding the behavior of your audience for each experience. But you will usually want to optimize for a specific conversion and move forward with the implementation based on the test results.
  • As a conversion optimization specialist in the field of education management, my team was tasked primarily with lead generation. Test & Target helped our marketing team better understand the behavior of our customers, informing our user experience decisions and creating more satisfying experiences for our audience.
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  • Although we've seen some interesting results, we are yet to implement any of the changes to our website. But the findings are really helpful and we will definitely be putting them to good use.
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Adobe Target

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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No
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Zarget

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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