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I am using google website optimizer. which is a tool for website multi-variant testing.

When you create a test, you select a page you are testing, and also select a page that counts as a conversion when reached. You are given a script to put on each page.

If I am testing several pages, but they all use the same conversion page, do I really need to put the conversion script for each test on the conversion page? This creates a lot of duplication. Is there a universal script I can use so I don't have to duplicate the script so many times?

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You'll probably get better answers at webmasters.stackexchange.com –  Al E. Oct 28 '10 at 13:23
    
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about testing a website. –  Al E. Oct 21 at 17:15

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