How have you been? I have never used that tool but if you love stats and analysis give it a go. It never hurts to experiment, especially when the information will be valuable for your website.
However, in order to get a truly valid test you really need to send at least 20k unique visitors to the page you are testing, in fact the more visitors the better.
Its not the best solution on the market, but its definitely the best free solution on the market.
Someone mentioned A/B testing the tool also does multi-variate testing as well.
I would use it with pure ‘White Hat’ sites and remember that Google owns the data. They share it among their applications. You can’t take it with you anywhere else.
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