Test your multiple website/opt-in pages through our amazing split testing tool by adding a piece of code. You can add upto 10 variations per split test campaign and set percentage split between your pages.
Here is a quick video tutorial on how to create a split test in optinlabs. Simple & easy steps to follow, without any coding knowledge.
Quick Steps to Create your Split Test Campaign(s)
Step 1: Click on "Split Tests" tab at the top of dashboard.
Step 2: Click on "Create New Split Test" and a pop-up to configure your split test campaign appears. Fill it accordingly and remember that a name once saved, cannot be changed later.
Remember: Split test name should be between 4 to 20 characters long and only alphabets and numbers allowed. No spaces allowed. For example, myhealthpage.
Step 3: Set-up your campaign. There are a few things you need to know about the set-up page.
1. Control page: This is your primary URL against which variations will be tested. It should start with http:// or https://
2. Variation(s): This are the pages against which you want to test your control page. The reason to split test is to determine the most convertible page in terms of clicks, form completions, or purchases. Incoming traffic to the website is distributed between the original (control) and the different variations without any of the visitors knowing that they are part of an experiment.
The results from each variation helps you figure out the winning page and has proven greatest improvement in email campaigns.
3. Percentage Split: You can either assign a percentage split to your pages (let's say, control page 40%, variation #1 30% and variation #2 30%) or we will automatically adjust the traffic split based on conversion rate.
Make sure you spread the percentage according to 100%. Any lesser or higher value will hit an error on your screen.
4. ToolTips: They are your instant messengers that help you fill a particular section. You need to mouse hover on the "question mark" to learn the instructions.
5. Embed Code: Once you "Save changes", you need to add a piece of code on your website/pages and thank you page so tracking could be done correctly. If you miss, we will not be able to show accurate analytics.
To learn how to embed the code on your website, click here.
*Note* - You can split test your blog posts/pages as well. However, it is necessary that you have a thank you page so the system can track the conversions and you be able to figure out the winning page.