What Is A Split URL Experiment?
A split experiment is an A/B experiment where you host the original web page design and the variations on your website. When you run the experiment, visitors to the page, your visitors are split amongst the different versions and the number of conversions each variation generates is tracked. For example, You want to run an experiment on the home page of your website located here: http://www.mysite.com/.
In this experiment, you will test the two different variations against the original design of your homepage.
With a split URL test, you will create the variations and host them on your site.
So, you (or your designer/developer) will create the two new pages and have put them on your website.
Their URLs can be: http://www.mysite.com/new_design_1.html and http://www.mysite.com/new_design_2.html.
All 3 pages (the original homepage, new_design_1, and new_design_2) exist on your website.
When you create the split URL experiment, you specify the three different URLs.
When you launch the experiment, FigPii will split the visitors between these URLs.