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7 approaches that lead to better website outcomes

If there were one, surefire way to create a great website, UX design would be infinitely simpler and everyone would be happier (except maybe UX designers). But even though there is no magical solution, years of testing and user feedback have given designers a good idea of which approaches works, which don’t, and which lead […]

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The 7 Dos and Don’ts of Usability Testing

Usability testing often sounds intimidating to UX designers and digital marketers. It can be hard enough for managers to build internal consensus on a communication strategy. Deciding how the company website implements this through its content and design features is another hurdle. But observing how customers actually use the product – and being willing to listen, learn and change design features accordingly – adds a whole extra layer of complexity that many simply prefer not to deal with.

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5 Conversion Rate Optimization Trends to Watch in 2019

Conversion rate optimization (CRO) emerged in the early 2000s in the wake of the dot-com crash and has undergone radical changes over the past decade. Now more than ever, marketers are focusing on CRO to help prospects, leads and customers move along the sales funnel – and maximize their return on digital investments. CRO continues […]

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The 7 advantages of website heat mapping as a diagnostic tool

Heatmaps are 2D data visualizations that use color to represent values in a matrix. Used by everyone from social scientists to financial analysts and biologists, heatmaps have been around in one way or another for over 100 years. In this blog, Morten Hornbaek, Head of Customer Success at Mouseflow, explains why heatmaps are such a powerful […]

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A session replay tool is the perfect complement to Google Analytics

Over the last several years, visual analytics tools have been picking up steam. Tools that provide raw data about your website’s statistics (like Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, etc) are valuable for measuring success, identifying weaknesses, and optimizing marketing budgets. If you aren’t familiar with Google Analytics, check out this helpful tutorial for beginners: These tools reveal the […]

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Improvements to Merge URLs & the Mouseflow Dashboard

The Mouseflow development team just launched several updates to the platform.   Merge URLs, a popular option used many e-commerce sites, just received a facelift. If your website has hundreds or thousands of pages which share a common URL structure and you want to analyze them together (via an aggregate heatmap) instead of thousands of […]

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Mouseflow acquired by Offspring Capital

A personal note from the CEO of Mouseflow: I am very happy to announce that Mouseflow has received an investment by Offspring Capital, a Copenhagen-based private investment firm focused on technology companies. Founded in 2009, Mouseflow helps thousands of businesses — from small to large — to understand how visitors behave on their websites. The […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Heatmaps

What is a heatmap? A website heatmap is a visual representation of aggregate data points. Website heatmaps utilize a color coding system to indicate increased and decreased levels of activity. In the past decade, website heatmaps have exploded in popularity. Analytics positions, UX analysts, product managers, digital marketers, and many others professions are beginning to utilize website […]

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Introducing Friction Score on Recordings!

You may have heard the rumors: Friction Score is here and getting better and better. Today, we’re pleased to announce it’s now available on the Recording List! When a user experiences frustration or trouble on your site, their recording will show an unhappy or angry face in the “Friction” column. You can use Mouseflow’s filter […]

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Introducing Friction Score on Heatmaps!

Our team is excited to announce a new feature in Mouseflow: Friction Score on Heatmaps! This is a number that indicates the level of user frustration on each page of your website. You can use it along with the rest of your page metrics to identify which pages need your immediate attention. Friction score will […]

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