Any idea how to execute URL masking in an A/B Experiment?[ Edited ]
January 2016 - last edited January 2016
I am doing a landing page experiment where I redirect 100% of traffic to one of three landing pages. My issue is that the URL looks so sloppy. I was doing this earlier on optimizely, and at least they only showed the small variations (ie. naked.fit vs. naked.fit/land2) but the google URL is really bad (ie. http://naked.fit/land3?utm_expid=114748219-1.Ax5dtFQGT-y39XIbzVcOvg.2). Our goal isn't testing so much as giving users different landing pages to keep things fun, though we do want to track email sign ups.
TL;DR How can I mask the URL so that all of them appear to be naked.fit ?
I've read a lot of articles about this sort of thing (and some stuff on server side), but nothing seems to be working. It seems like there might be some sort of code I could inject that could do the trick, but I have yet to find it. BTW, my site is powered by squarespace.
Thanks in advance for any help you can offer!!
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