Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could view your website from the perspective of your visitors? Just imagine how beneficial this could be for click through rate, finding out which posts, videos, images, and products are focused on the most, what content isn’t even getting viewed, and so much more.
This would be the best feedback for you to continue to improve your site, user engagement, and really converting your traffic to get leads, sales, and so on. You can’t go into your visitors’ homes and watch them use your site, but with Heat Map Tracker that data comes to you!
What Is Heat Map Tracker
With a simple script, you can now see exactly how your website looks to your visitors, including their operating system, browser, and screen size. You can watch real time user session data to see where they scroll, click, right click, and focus their mouse.
Don’t have time to watch all your individual visitors? Don’t worry. With Heat Map Tracker you are able to examine all your data over a certain period (one day, week, month, etc.) and view through three different methods.
Analyze Page Clicks
Google values user engagement and low bounce rates and so should you. It’s important to have people clicking around on your site and it’s great to know where they’re clicking or where they’re not clicking. See through a heat map where your users are clicking on your site. This identifies your most popular content, and where you should relocate the info you want to get clicked on.
Visitor Heat Maps
Although you can’t officially obtain eye-tracking info for your site, with the heat map you can find out where your visitors are looking with mouse tracking. Find out how far they get in your articles, if they’re circling your opt-in or products but not actually clicking through, and where you should put the most important content.
Scrolling Your Pages
Ever wonder how much of your page or post your viewer actually sees? Many analytics tools give you time on page data but it still doesn’t tell you how far they got in the content. This tool uses heat maps to track how far visitors scroll down your pages, giving you the percentage of visitors that see your content as they scroll, and provides an easy color changing visual of what your visitors actually see.
How This Data Improves Your Site
Data is so valuable and there are endless ways you can use the extensive information obtained through Heat Map Tracker to improve your website. Data complicated – easy visual Some examples include:
- Locate broken links – and fix them fast
- Determine if there are site issues across different browsers or for mobile users
- Improve your check out or opt-in process
- Conduct split tests to find out which option gets the most clicks or views
- Identify the best location for content, opt-ins, products, social media buttons, etc. to get the most views and engagement
- Test out pictures, videos, formatting
- Increase visitor engagement and time on site
- Adapt content that’s getting viewed but not clicked on
Sell This Service To Your Clients
With space for as many clients as you want, a packaging system for different options, built in invoicing and PayPal it’s a sure way to make both you and your clients happy.
This tool provides valuable information to help you improve your clients or your own websites, your skills and knowledge moving forward, and to get you more of what you want from your site, whether that’s sales, leads, opt-ins, etc. So is it worth purchasing?