A while ago, we came across the article “X Reasons Why You Need Session Replay Tools”. And we have only one thing to say: bull! Here are 4 reasons why. 1. You have no time for it Let’s face it: no one has time to watch hundreds of thousands of videos of their users’ visits… Read more
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We often come across a situation where the original conclusions drawn from the data are completely irrelevant to the reality of the user journey. How much time and – very often – money you’d be able to save by observing the users’ behavior behind these sad numbers. And how much fun it would be to… 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
T-Mobile—as one of the largest mobile operators in Poland and the world – cannot afford a lack of media presence. They use activities carried out by marketing agencies in order to build brand awareness and acquire new customers via the internet. According to the “trust but control” principle, T-Mobile monitors most of its campaigns in… Read more
Conversion rate – the main metric monitored by every e-commerce manager. When it grows – we celebrate, when it falls – we want to know why. However, numbers alone will never help us solve the problem – they can show us the drop-offs, but without proper analysis, they do not tell us why the drop… 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?