Multi-armed bandit testing
Automatically allocate traffic to the most successful experience earlier for increased conversion and revenue.
Testing brawn meets experience brain.
There can be a cost to A/B testing. While you’re establishing a winner, you’re also feeding traffic to a less effective option until the winner is found. But in this day and age, speed is everything. Maybe you’re running a promotion, or you’re trying to act on the latest pop culture craze, or you just need results faster, you don’t want to waste any time sending people the wrong experience.
With multi-armed bandit testing, Adobe Target helps you solve this problem. This powerful auto-allocation feature allows you to know with certainty which variations you’re testing are more effective, and then automatically funnel traffic to the winning experience. By selecting more of what works and pulling back on what doesn’t, you’ll be able to curb risks and drive unparalleled ROI, all while continuing to learn.
See what makes it work
Faster, smarter testing
Automatically find and deliver the best experience faster and with greater certainty, ensuring increased conversions and increased revenue.
Guaranteed stopping criteria
When an experience is the clear winner, our stopping criteria lets you know right away so you can stop the test and move forward with the right experience. With our stopping criteria, we guarantee a 95 percent confidence rate.
Unlike standard A/B testing, this approach allocates 80 percent of visitors using intelligent logic, with 20 percent randomly assigned to adapt for changing visitor behaviors.
Learn more about multi-armed bandit testing in Adobe Target.
Automate winner selections.
With auto-allocate, there’s no “control.” Learn more about how you can gain implicit comparisons across all experiences, for a true winner every time in our documentation.
Dig into how automation and testing work together.
Discover how to reduce the costs and overhead that typically come with finding the best experiences, while learning and optimizing in tandem in this white paper.