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How to Spy On Your Website Visitors with Clicktale

ClickTale How would you like to spy on your website visitors? Would it be useful to see visitor behavior, detailed down to mouse movement? The answer is YES! The site is called Clicktale. I made a quick video about the system, and how to get the free version. There’s a link to the site below the first video. Also, there’s an overview video under that so you can see a bit more detail about Clicktale, and how powerful it is. Take a look and enjoy!

Here’s a link to Clicktale: http://www.redstage.com/recommends/clicktale. Remember, go to Plans, then Pricing, and scroll down to the bottom right to sign up for the free plan.
Here’s an overview video of Clicktale, take a look.
Thanks for watching!
*the links to Clicktale above are indeed affiliate links… we get a few bucks if you sign up through the link, but it wouldn’t change our opinion of Clicktale. It’s a great system.

3 comments on “How to Spy On Your Website Visitors with Clicktale
  1. John Bertoli says:

    Great post Anthony! I will be sure to implement Clicktale once the new site goes up.

  2. Nice videos. I’ve been using Clicktale on my Magento sites for a while now and it’s an invaluable resource to see how changes to the theme impact visitors. Using this in combination with A/B testing can really tell you what works and what doesn’t.

  3. Neil says:

    I would suggest give Clicktale a try. I’ve been using it for 2 months and it is neat to watch what your users do, I learned a lot.

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