To start working with Nelio A/B Testing, you must first install the Nelio A/B Testing plugin in your WordPress site. Basically, you just have to follow the regular steps for installing any other plugin.
In this short video, we show how easy to install Nelio A/B Testing is. No technical knowledge is required.
1. Log in into Your WordPress Dashboard
The first step is just to log in into your WordPress Dashboard with your admin username and password.
Then, go to “Plugins” and click on “Add New”.
2. Search Nelio plugins
In the Search Plugins box, type ‘Nelio’ and press Enter. This will return a list with all Nelio’s plugins, including Nelio A/B Testing.
…and click on “Install Now” to download and install Nelio A/B Testing.
3. Activate Plugin
After a few seconds the process is completed. Then, click on “Activate Plugin” to activate it.
4. Welcome to Nelio A/B Testing
After the plugin has been successfully activated, you’ll see the Welcome Screen of Nelio A/B Testing. This screen summarizes new functionalities and the main changes included in the latest version.
5. Start using Nelio A/B Testing
To start using Nelio, just visit the Dashboard. You can configure your Nelio Account or Start a Free Trial.
To start playing with Nelio A/B Testing, if you subscribed to our service, select the “Use Nelio Account” option and use the credentials we sent you by e-mail for logging in.
If you’ve not yet subscribed, select “Start Free Trial” option.
6. Extend your PageViews number
Nelio offers a limited number of PageViews to track during the free trial period. That is more than you need to start your first experiment and get some results.
However, you can easily extend that number by completing some actions, like confirming your e-mail, explaining the goals of your site, or tweeting about us.
7. Create your first A/B Test
Finally, let’s take a quick look at the new menu Nelio added in your Dashboard.
The most important option right now is “Add Experiment”, which will let you create your first experiment. Just click on it and you’ll see all the available experiments you can create.
But we’ll explore the different experiments in the following posts. Stay tuned for further videos!
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