Although it would be kind of cool to see a transparent map drape over the person you are interested, but until that happens let us just relate the two to each other.
Heatmaps on a site can tell you…
• The spots your visitors are focusing on (mouse movements)
• Where your visitors are clicking (clicks)
• How visitors are responding to changes you just made (live clicks)
• Scroll rate (scrolling)
Website heatmaps offer webmasters a chance to get inside their users heads and see how they are interacting with a site.
Instead of combing through analytics to make decisions about website design, for about a year SeeVolution users have been able to view free real-time heat maps of traffic with the startup’s beta product. SeeVolution, providers of real-time website analytics, recently introduced a ‘Heat map’ tab to their custom toolbar and a faster, more efficient loading time to their heat map overlays. It also has announced it is ending its beta and instating a freemium model with features equipped to handle bigger sites. This tool has many features such as custom toolbar and a faster, more efficient loading time to their heat map overlays.
SeeVolution offers website owners a unique, instinctive experience that instantly grants them access to the real-time behavioral analytics and eye-tracking of their website users. The company’s innovative product and growth have earned them favorable praise from top technology blogs all over the world.
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