Tracking & Crazy Egg offer

by | Apr 9, 2013 | Business | 2 comments

photo credit: K2_UX via photopin cc

photo credit: K2_UX via photopin cc

One of the things that makes me a bit crazy about running an online business is that I have zero idea what peoples faces look like when they land on my website.

It’s NOTHING like being in a room with real live people & read their body language.

There are some cool tools out there that help, but most of them are way out of my league, money wise (thousands of dollars a year). But this company caught my attention last week with their cute videos & catchy name.  I left the browser open with the intention of signing up for a trial to test it.

Then late last night I saw an offer I couldn’t refuse (as in Free lifetime).

It only lets me test one URL at a time with the free lifetime account, but it’s still pretty awesome.  I can track one page for a while & then switch over to another and test it for a while.

It won’t take you more than 5 minutes to set up (they say 30 seconds in the video – pretty close but maybe a little longer if you don’t know what to do with the code they give you).

And, the tool will start to track what’s called a “Heat Map” of your visitors, right away…. so you know where they’re looking and what interests them. It’s very cool & can help you better engage with the people who you want to help the most

Plus, it has an awesome name – Crazy Egg. The freebie offer comes from Appsumo, so I think you’ll need an account with them to get the freebie

Oh, apparently it’s only being offered through this Appsumo link for 3 days.

Did you check it out?

Okay, I’ll admit it’s still not as cool as meeting people IRL (in real life) but it’s second best to reading body language, wouldn’t you say?


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  1. Okto

    Hi Loralee,
    I’ve never notice about crazy egg before. But read your post here, it’s like an interesting stuff. Going to check it out! Thanks

  2. Kelly

    Thanks for sharing this resource, Loralee. Looks interesting! As a visual person with an audience who is also very visual, I’m excited to see what the heat map shows.