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Sooner or later, you’re going to want to know how deep users scroll on a page. Whether this is for your blog, for your FAQs page, your pricing page or your product tour, you need to know to what extent do visitors search on your website and how much of your content is actually being read. Based on this new information, you can decide to make optimizations on your content, make changes on how the pages are structured and see what’s mostly working with your content and what’s not.

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