Move the **old hive** 15-20 feet. The new split is left to collect foragers. Otherwise face the hives porch to porch, and let the bees decide, but move the orientation of the old colony, and use the original location for the split.
On Day 7 (i.e. when the queen is out of the cage, and all is right with the world), I move the splits to a new out-yard. I do this to keep the young colonies even aged for management, and to reduce robbing by the big established colonies on the weak splits. I also do it because I hate moving full colonies, and to establish an outyard moving light boxes is so much easier.