Heatmaps are graphic representations of the most important activities of users on your pages. Any action, such as clicking or moving the mouse, increases the attractiveness of the heatmap area by making it “warmer”. Places where users click frequently are red. The places where users click less often are blue and green. Simple? Not exactly!… Read more
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People get hot about some things on your website. And they are totally cold about other stuff. Frustrations, chaotic movements, problems and solutions – that’s all you can spot on a heatmap. But in order to make it a goldmine of user’s insights, you have to know how to properly read a heatmap. What is… Read more
Seeing places on your website that are specifically disturbing for your user can in fact save you a lot – not only analytical trouble but also your high conversion rates. Heatmaps are aimed to point you to exactly those places and if you group them – they’ll make wonders out of your data. Heatmap… Read more
There is a whole range of analytical tools that are available on the market. From those that offer the simplest solutions, providing basic data, to those that are incredibly advanced and allow analyzing user behavior analytics in a very wide context. But how do they differ, which one to choose and why? Every marketer asks… Read more
Making the right business decisions is not always easy and can at times be a real headache. In order to make sure you do the right thing each time, you need to have access to the right data, be able to read it correctly and to draw the right conclusions. Fortunately for us, everything can… Read more
Heatmaps are a fantastic way to locate UX issues on your website. You can discover great opportunities to grow your conversion rate without breaking the bank since this research method is relatively inexpensive, both money- and time-wise. In this article, I’ll show you four types of conversion issues that you can uncover with the help… Read more
I cannot count the times I answered this question over the last 2 years. That’s totally understandable – there are more and more tools for analytics and observing users so it’s easy to get confused by all the features and metrics. Which of them do you need and what will be the results?