Why does your website need Click HeatMap?
Illustration 1: HeatMap on frontend
To see total click density of your pages
To identify the hot spots
- To optimize the page accordingly
The actual heatmap looks like a real infrared heatmap. The color range varies from light purple for one to red for several clicks and displays circles or spots for the clicked zones of the page.
Even in some pages with no forms or input fields You are able to notice small elements that were making the website users interact with my website.
Illustration 1: HeatMap charts
It will show you all of the areas that your users are clicking on your website. In the following sections, we’ll learn more about it and how it works. The Heat Map feature of ExtraWatch shows a list of the pages with the most clicks out of all of the pages on your site.
Illustration 3: Heatmap footer
Overall, going through the process of analyzing each page shows you what visitors are looking at most, what they are clicking on, what pages have a high bounce rate, or how effective your advertising placement is.