ClickTale Wants to Track Your Audience

ClickTale Wants to Track Your Audience

You might not have heard of ClickTale yet, but the web analytics service, which has been around since way back in 2006, is gradually cementing its place as the darling of analytics scene.

What’s so amazing about ClickTale? Put simply, creates videos that show what your website visitors are doing by capturing each mouse move, click, and keystroke. It also creates heat maps that show where users are clicking, where they move their mouse to, and how far down they scroll. Online forms also get the ClickTale treatment, allowing you to see what sections drive users away. The video below shows the service in action:

That’s the pitch, but what about the price? The good news is, there is a free trial option, but from there its subscription packages start at US$99 per month.

So is ClickTale worth it? Judging by the recent glowing write up on, we’d says it’s at least worth a try. “It’s probably only a matter of time before some of their features are incorporated into Google Analytics and other analytics software I would imagine,” Matthew Swanson predicts.

Of course, we’d love to hear views and reviews from anyone who has experience using ClickTale.

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