Google Optimize
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Written by Niels van Vlerken
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Optimize your website for Google! Try different content. πŸ“Š

With Google Optimize you can improve your website through and through. You can load different content and see which content performs best . They call this A/B testing .
For example, do you want to see what it does if you make your shopping cart button green instead of yellow? Or do you want to see if a certain text works better? With Google Optimize this is easy to adjust. πŸ”₯

Installation πŸ› οΈ


To install this add-on, no developer implementation is required . super handy! So it's a " one-click install ". Simply click on " Request add-on " and let Plus+ do the work for you! πŸ‘¨β€βš•οΈ

After clicking " Request Add-on ", you would be redirected to the " My Plus+ Add-ons " page. You will also see the following message appear in the top right corner of the dashboard.


Add-on settings/overview βš™οΈ


After installation you will see that the add-on is in your overview , including installation date and status.
To activate the add-on, click on the hamburger menu and choose "activate". Prefer to see a preview in test mode first ? Which can. Click " Activate in preview mode" and the add-on would be visible only to you. So not for the customers !


Settings βš™οΈ


Of course, this add-on also has settings . There are not many, but certainly not unimportant!

πŸ“Š Google Optimize container ID : Enter your Optimize container ID here, so that you can load the optimize. You can find this under your Google Optimize account, simply click on your container in the header. The OPT-xxxxxxx is your Container ID


πŸ“Š Enable async : By default the script is loaded synchronously, this is also the most recommended. If you want to load it asynchronously, that's possible! Then tick this option. You can, for example, enable this to keep your website speed a little higher.
πŸ“Š Enable anti-flicker : If necessary, you can load the anti-flicker system. This is usually not necessary. Only enable this if you're targeting Google Analytics audiences, Google Ads, or "Time since first arrival" (behaviour).

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