In Informizely you can configure one or more Sites. For each Site you can configure any number of surveys.
Each Site has a domain on which all its website surveys are shown. Other survey types - like link, email, and integrated surveys - don't use this domain but are also organized under a Site.
The domain for website surveys
A Site is a means to organize all website surveys that are targeted to your website's URLs that have the same fixed part of your domain. Each Site has its own code snippet that needs to be loaded for its surveys to appear. You can only load the code for one Site on a page.
If you manage different websites in your Informizely account, each with its own top-level domain ("mysite.com" and "othersite.com"), you should create at least one Site for each top-level domain.
For one top-level domain, e.g. "mysite.com", you can opt to create multiple Sites to organize your surveys. For example, if your website is organized in subdomains like "www.mysite.com" and "users.mysite.com", you could (but don't have to) create a Site for each subdomain. On each page of your website you then load the corresponding code snippet for the Site that corresponds to the subdomain.
When you create different Sites for different subdomains, each Site manages its own targeting history, like the last time and the number of times a visitor visited the Site before. If you create Sites with the same sub- and top-domain but with different paths, e.g. "mysite.com/path1" and "mysite.com/path2", they share their targeting history.