Exit Pop Split-Test

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Would like someone to modify our existing exit pop up script (or write a new one) so that it can be used to split-test two different versions of the exit pop. I believe the current version is php and Javascript.
• The script would alternate displaying the two exit pop up html pages.
• The script should track the number of times each one was shown and should track how many times the user ends up on the confirmation page (meaning that the pop up resulted in a successful opt-in sign up) This likely would involve adding some javascript to the confirmation page.
• There should be some way we can track the results- maybe just a page on the site we can navigate too. The page should show the number of times each pop was displayed, the number of subscriptions from each and the % of successful conversions. There should be an option to reset the stats to 0.
• Note: These two exit pops are different dimensions so the pop up will have to take that into account and display each appropriately.
• Once the test is over there should be an easy way for us to just pick one version and use it without much modification to the exit pop script and there should be the ability to swap out the pages to test other versions in the future.
• An example of the current exit pop is here: [url removed, login to view] - refresh the page and you should see the exit pop.

## Deliverables

The two exit pops we want to test are:

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The code that current calls the exit pop is attached, as is the actual exit pop code.

Please let me know if you have any questions! Thanks!

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