Analytics applications provide great insights about website statistics + user behaviors and help us a lot to make the sites better.

However, only the data itself is not always enough and seeing the website + stats the way users experience and consume is definitely a much better way to understand “what is really going on”.

SeeVolution Inc. is an exciting application that overlays heatmaps and analytics on our web pages. And, the data presented is real-time.

Info: They are giving away 3 * Premium subscriptions for 6 months ($474 value/each) to WRD readers and details on joining the giveaway can be found at the end of this post.

SeeVolution Heatmap

The application is capable of tracking and presenting heatmaps of different scenarios:

  • Click heatmaps where we can see the clicked and, maybe more important, the non-clicked parts
  • Mouse move heatmaps to analyze which parts of the web page they are reading as mouse movements and eye tracking is directly related
  • Scroll heatmaps which is awesome to understand “until where the visitors scroll” and “what percent of them do that”
Simply, it visualizes all the stuff needed to detect the popular/unpopular parts of a web page, which items/elements attract them the most and what they (want to) see in the page.

SeeVolution Stats

SeeVolution is not all about website heatmaps and has more to offer by showing the real-time stats like “the number of active visitors (totally or in the web page)”, “the popular pages”, “how they reached the website”, etc.

Again, all the data is presented while we are browsing the website which is a time-saver.

Also, there are plugins for WordPress, Magento and Drupal so that integrations to these platforms are so easy (actually, integrations to any other website is not difficult at all -think of Google Analytics-).

The giveaway

SeeVolution is giving away 3 * Premium subscriptions for 6 months ($474 value/each) and in order to join it:

  • please comment to this post

And, the winners will be selected randomly on 21 Nov 2012 (1 week later) with the query below:

SELECT * FROM wp_comments WHERE comment_post_id=3294 AND comment_approved=1 AND comment_type='' GROUP BY comment_author_email ORDER BY RAND() LIMIT 3

Good luck to all.

The winners

Here they are:

  • Stasiu (comment #860312)
  • Alex (comment #841853)
  • Niklas (comment #839593)

Congratulations and thanks to everyone for joining the giveaway.

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