Crazy Egg – tracking what your website visitors are up to.

Recently out of beta, this service provides a mechanism for tracking what users/customers click on when they visit pages on your website, thereby enabling you to refine and optimise your site/page layout. One of the reporting offerings is a heatmap which visually represents the popularity of page click positions.

With several pricing schemes, including a free account for that covers up to 2 webpages and 5000 visits up to a USD99 monthly scheme for larger sites, this looks to be an excellent offering, providing vital feedback to all website owners.

This isn’t the only service of this kind around, but its reporting appears superior at this juncture. A more established service is clicktracks.

Comment posted by Anonymous
at 9/4/2006 6:51:00 PM
I (and a colleage of mine) have been saying for eons (well since the birth of website stats) that the most prelevant web site info is which web pages attract the most attention. Not just how many people have seen the front page. If this product does exactly that then it is a step in the right direction.

MH

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