- Click density
- Percentage of clicks
- Confetti heatmaps
- Scroll heatmaps
- Conversion rates heatmaps
- Heatmaps Exports
- Animated heatmaps
- A/B test heatmaps
Click Density Website Heatmaps
Click heatmaps show the level of interest of the different elements on a webpage thanks to a colour scale. Visualize the hot spots and the cold areas on your pages, potential bugs or confusion, for instance clicks on non clickable elements.
Percentage of Clicks Website Heatmaps
This heatmap shows the number and the percentage of clicks on each element of a webpage. It is refreshed in real time for dynamic elements (sliders, drop-down menus or filters). Depending on your analysis, you can only display the items generating more than X % of clicks on the page, or even track the clicks of visitors who reached your conversion goal.
Confetti Website Heatmaps
Precisely visualize where your visitors have cliked. Compare on the same screen and with the same heatmap the behaviour of different segments that you have configured. Easily identify the high concentration of clicks and the cold areas.
Scroll Website Heatmaps
Precisely visualise how many visitors are scrolling till a specific content and thus how many are exposed to your messages. Optimize the placement of your key contents thanks to heatmaps, and mass the essential informations in the most visited zones of your pages. Adjust the length of your pages when a weak percentage of your visitors is scrolling till your footer.
Conversion Rates Website Heatmaps
Visualize directly on your website the contribution of each element of your webpages to a configured conversion goal.
Website Heatmaps Exports
Schedule a regular export from your essential heatmaps by email and/or in your dashboard. You can even send these exports to your colleagues who are not BeamPulse users.
Animated Website Heatmaps
Play your heatmaps to visualize better the evolution over the time.
A/B Test Website Heatmaps
You have generated an A/B Testing campaign, with BeamPulse or even another A/B Testing solution ? You then get performance rate on the results of this campaign. How about visualizing where the A visitors are clicking versus the B visitors ?