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What’s Hot on YOUR Webpage?

November 25, 2009

Analytics can be very helpful to your website, blog, online communities and the like. Though Google Analytics is widely known, it is not the only way to measure and analyze the visitors surfing your webpage. Nonetheless, it still is a fair way to do so and is free. But times have now changed and marketing has evolved in every aspect. The tools for analytics have become more apparent and expressive in the form visuals. They are here to help you with internet marketing in UAE.

Let me introduce you to one of the best visualization tools called the Heatmap by CrazyEgg. This tool easily shows you what’s hot and what’s not on your web page via a heat map. It lights up those spots every visitor has clicked on the page in colours ranging from red (most clicked) to blue (least clicked).

Basically, the heat map tracks all the information on visitor clicks during the allotted period of time and then transforms the visits visually. While this heat map is fascinating to visualize, the results it squeezes out are even more fascinating.

Like the Heatmap, there are other visualization tools for different purposes available in the market like Fidg’t, Digg’s visualization, Twitter’s visualization, Facebook’s visualization, Debategraph, etc.

Visualization just helps you understand your visitors better and helps improve your site. If other analytics tools are difficult for you to understand, visualization tools are the ones for you. Either adopt one, or let an SEO company in UAE like Online Marketing Dubai inform you about the results.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. January 2, 2010 11:51 pm

    Lots of of guys write about this subject but you said really true words!

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