When you have a Web site that’s online and shared with the world, your hope is that people will find it and use it in the best way possible. If you didn’t want that to happen, then you wouldn’t have bothered with creating a site in the first place. If you’re going to spend all of that time, money, and energy on creating an online presence, then it only makes sense that you would want to know how your visitors are using your Web site. Surprisingly, there are a lot of people out there who remain clueless about these details. It’s a good thing Mouseflow is around to help us find out if our sites are on the right track or not.
This service offers premium accounts with more features, but the free version should be enough for any budding Web entrepreneur. By simply creating an account and including one line of code, you’ll be able to record the activity of visitors who visit your site to see how they interact with it, look at heat maps to find out where people are clicking, see how far down people scroll on the page, and much more. This data might just change how you view your site and your visitors.