Tag Archive: form analytics

Hotjar alternative form analysis
August 24, 2021

Hotjar alternative: form analysis

Since form analysis was retired from Hotjar last December, you might find yourself looking for an alternative. You’ve probably already searched “Hotjar vs Heap” comparisons, but have you ever considered CUX as a replacement to Hotjar metrics? Form tracking in CUX: Conversion Waterfall and Goals CUX Conversion Waterfalls are a great Hotjar alternative to perform… Read more

Quick Wins - Contact form
May 20, 2021

Quick Wins #3 – Contact form

More often than we’d like to admit, we fall into the traps of thinking: I designed it, I like it, I think it will work wonders. Unfortunately, there are only a few worse things that you can do to our business. Creating solutions checked only on ourselves, and not on our clients, has the potential… Read more

Quick wins series – Form validation
February 24, 2021

Quick Wins #1 – Form validation

The topic of analyzing forms – validating errors, designing checkboxes, avoiding popular mishaps – has already been widely covered. Unfortunately, despite the huge access to valuable reading, we’re dealing with form errors that result in customers’ decrease in conversion repeatedly. And this is what the first case of our Quick Wins series will be about…. Read more

Why does your analytics need goals?
January 21, 2021

Why does your analytics need goals?

The Goal is the ratio of the number of recordings that meet your primary purpose (conversion) to all visits’ recordings. In other – much simpler – words, analytics goals are here to tell CUX’s scripts what is important to your project. They translate your business into code understandable to the tool and define how it… Read more

How to create more “observable” webpages?
March 23, 2020

How to create more “observable” webpages? Part one.

We know how hard it’s to implement the whole analytical strategy to your company. But there are some tricks that can help you to make it smoother and to work effectively – first of all your website should by analytics friendly. What does it mean? We’ll explain to you in our articles. Today part one –… Read more