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A/B testing in email marketing is a method used to compare two versions of an email campaign to determine which one performs better in terms of achieving the desired goals, such as click-through rates, open rates, conversion rates, and ultimately, revenue generation.

The process involves creating two versions of the same email, with one variable (such as subject line, call-to-action, images, or layout) being different between the two versions. These versions are then sent to a subset of the target audience in equal proportions, with the performance of each version being tracked and analyzed.

By measuring the results of the A/B test, marketers can gain insights into what resonates best with their audience and make data-driven decisions to optimize future email campaigns. This iterative process allows for continuous improvement and refinement of email marketing strategies to maximize engagement and drive desired outcomes.

A/B testing is a valuable tool for email marketers to test hypotheses, validate assumptions, and refine their strategies based on empirical evidence, ultimately leading to more effective and successful email campaigns.