Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Keep your clicks to yourself

So I heard about this click tracking program called Crazy Egg. It takes a screen image of your website and then tracks where people click. Sounded interesting to me, so I signed up for the free trial and stuck it on my blog and Mandy's blog.

It shows where people are clicking by adding a color value to the darkened screen. Watch it, ladies. I'm a married man.

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16 comments:

  1. I'm more concerned about the poor dinosaur! :P

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  2. Oh my goodness. That. Is. Hysterical.

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  3. That is SUPER funny!!!!!!!!!!! lol

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  4. Aren't we an awful bunch? :oD

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  5. how did you do that???You are too funny

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  6. Hahaha! That's wild! I had no idea there were programs like that!

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  7. Well, you now know how to maximize your clicks! Might not be the approach you are looking for though.

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  8. This is totally awesome. I didn't know there was software this affordable outside a UX lab! I'm guessing a lot of the click position are b/c people tend to focus on the center of the image, with some drift for right-handedness and/or swipe gestures?? I briefly looked at the crazy egg site, but no language regarding how they record swipe activity - since you have access at an admin level, can you share what they report?

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  9. I followed this from the white snow pants picture. Both made me laugh!

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