Anyone who runs a Web site knows how important it is to stay informed about how your site is performing by using a statistics or Web analytics tool. Your content is built for your users, so why not take the time to understand how they navigate through your site so that you can improve the experience for them? There are a number of tools that Web developers can use to keep a close eye on this data, but far from being a generic statistics package, clickdensity is one of the most interesting and helpful tools for webmasters that I’ve seen in quite some time.

One of the beautiful things about this tool is that it’s so easy to get started with. As long as you can paste a little bit of JavaScript code on your site, then you’re good to go. Once that code is a part of your site, clickdensity will start collecting the real-time data from your users in regard to where they’re clicking and where their mouse has been. Instead of just reading about where your visitors are going, you can actually see it with the graphical heat maps that are included. This will help you to determine where the best place would be to position some of your content or even any advertisements that your site may have. Give the free trial a try and see what your visitors are doing.

[tags]Clickdensity, Web Site, Statistics, Web Analytics, Web Developers, Webmasters, JavaScript, Clicks, Visitors, Heat Map[/tags]