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Using Heatmap to track what users are looking at and Clicking on my website

Heatmap is a great new tool we’ve installed to help you work out which CTA on your event website are the most popular.

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An overview of how to use this:

  1. Click on the heatmap link on your admin screens and setup an account on Heatmap.me. There is a free version which works with 1 website, 5 pages. You can upgrade this to a premium account if you choose.
  2. Click on the heatmap link (this time top-left) to start recording user actions on the page you are currently on.
  3. Come back in a few days and view the reports. They are in real time but you need to give your users time to view your site.

Setting up Heatmaps in depth:

1. Click on the heatmap link in your conference websites dashboard.

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2. Click on the link to https://heatmap.me/

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3. Register on Heatmap and then once done, click on the link to WordPress site

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4. Back on Admin you should see a link to Active

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5. View a page on your site – the one you’d like to add tracking to. Once on the page click on the link to heatmap on the left hand corner

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6. Switch on Record

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7. Give it some time and then view the page you are tracking within the administration screens.

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