It is possible to exclude touchpoints from the CRO pages, but it is still essential to consider the Datatrics A / B test groups when analyzing the results. In particular, the distribution of the show/hide groups must have roughly the same amount of visitors distributed between the CRO-test group A and the CRO-test group B.

For example, suppose you have the Datatrics A/B-test at 80%. In that case, you should have roughly the same distribution between CRO-test group A and CRO-test group B. You should then also analyze the data of the difference between [CRO-A Datatrics-show] vs. [CRO-B Datatrics-show]. The same goes for [CRO-A Datatrics-hide] and [CRO-B Datatrics-hide]. Especially the CRO-A and CRO-B hide groups are a good comparison, as these are unaffected by Datatrics touchpoints.

It is often possible to send the results of the CRO-tooling toward Google Analytics, just like you would do with the Datatrics data. So you can analyze the data within Google analytics and compare the data of different groups.

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