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Which heat map tool do you recommend?
We are still trying to figure out which one is the best. What do you use? We never used a heat map before, none of our team members.
I use SumoMe's click tracker and scroll distance tracker because it's already built into the exit popup we use from them.
I've used HotJar to capture actual recording of user behavior.
I know CrazyEgg has a great rep, but I've never used it myself.
Hotjar is really good, as it's free for up to 3 heatmaps. They also have really detailed guides about how to interpret your maps and fix any obvious issues - https://www.hotjar.com/
Crazy Egg is also good, but you need a subscription after a 30 day free trial.
Hope this helps!
Hotjar looks good. But can't integrate it with segment.io we are using for now.
I just got a demo of vwo.com and really liked the whole software. They have much more though than only heatmaps.
VWO is more like a whole CRO Suite.
For just heatmaps, I'd use hotjar.com
Tried CrazyEgg in the past, tried Hotjar last week and moved to Inspectlet because Hotjar doesn't support one page applications (Angular.JS)
Happy to share thoughts after a few days testing it
Have used ClickTale, MouseFlow and Crazyegg, though many here recommend hotjar i've not got an opportunity to play around it.
I find mouseflow more relevant in a b2b world where if you use web analytics like GA which will not reveal visitor IP, with mouseflow and few customizations you can get to know who is playing around your website.
Clicktale is awesome tool with multiple integrations, i find there mouse movement product a great hit.
Crazyegg is awesome in helping us understand by traffic sources and clicks on each links.
My two cents for Mouseflow and Clicktale.
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