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Heatmap

Where Design Meet Functionality to improve website optimization.

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Heatmap help businesses to increase optimization and user retention up to 30% more by identifying weakness spot on your pages.

Give your marketing team a great optimization tool to monitor and analyze the user experience.

A heatmap can help you analyze, understand and improve the overall optimization and quality on your website.

The simplest and fastest way to gather and analyze behaviour data about website engagement on your website.

Heatmap data is very accurate and represents a big set of users that are likely to be your ideal customers and clients that interact with the web page naturally.

Quickly analyze and measure what work or doesn't work on a page by enabling Heatmap in a few clicks easily from your account. Ensure to understand your audience behaviour to see where it would be the best to put conversion items such as form, button, etc...

Understand the engagement on your pages and optimize them based on Heatmap results from your page.

  • Understand your audience behaviours and engagement.
  • Analyze huge amount of data about interaction in a more appealing and visual way.
  • Track down how your pages are efficient without prompting the end-user about surveys or feedback.

Heatmaps help website owners make critical business, design, and technology decisions fast. For instance, if you discover that no one is scrolling past a certain point on a webpage, you know you need to change something about the ignored section to make it more engaging. Or you might discover that one of your call to action buttons is never used; in response, you can make changes to that button so it will stand out and attract more clicks.

Another great way to utilize heatmaps is in A/B testing, in which you test and compare two versions of a webpage. Then, when you analyze the heatmap results, you’ll know which webpage version will get you more conversions.

Heatmaps are an excellent way to uncover what’s not working on your webpage so you can then strategically redesign it to improve the performance of your site. They’re a lot more visual than analytics tools like Google Analytics, and, therefore, they make it easier for website owners to uncover valuable insights.


Frequently Asked Questions?

Read about the most common questions asked about Heatmap and its value-added benefits.


A heatmap is a graphical representation of a website analytics dataset. It uses colors to depict important bits of information, so it’s easy for online marketers to assess their website visitors’ on-screen behavior.

For example, dark colors on a heatmap may represent the areas of your website that users engaged with the most and lighter colors for less engagement.

When creating a new Heatmap, Jitt will make a static copy of your webpage where you'll see circle of multiple of color. Red being concentrated of clicks or mouse hovering and lighter color being less attention area on the page.

Heatmaps help website owners make critical business, design, and technology decisions fast. For instance, if you discover that no one is scrolling past a certain point on a webpage, you know you need to change something about the ignored section to make it more engaging. Or you might discover that one of your call to action buttons is never used; in response, you can make changes to that button so it will stand out and attract more clicks.

Another great way to utilize heatmaps is in A/B testing, in which you test and compare two versions of a webpage. Then, when you analyze the heatmap results, you’ll know which webpage version will get you more conversions.

Heatmaps are an excellent way to uncover what’s not working on your webpage so you can then strategically redesign it to improve the performance of your site. They’re a lot more visual than analytics tools like Google Analytics, and, therefore, they make it easier for website owners to uncover valuable insights.


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Interested into Heatmap?

  • Get started with a free account and get access to the Heatmap feature on your website.

    • To get started, sign up for an account by creating your free account and activate it in a few minutes.
    • Once activated, you can add your first Website Profile and then install your tracking code on all the pages on your website.
    • Create your first Heatmap after installing the code and wait for your visitors and start analyzing data.
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