Real Time Web Analytics


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"I have found that GA is getting limited with the value it adds but Clicky is really excellent. It allowed us in real time to see exactly what our potential customers are doing on our site to help us understand how to better convert them into leads. It is a great tool."
- Keith Nicol

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Why you'll love Clicky


Everything is real time

All data in Clicky is up-to-the-minute real time.
Not just a few reports. Everything.


Individual visitors and actions

Clicky lets you see every visitor and every action they take on your web site, with the option to attach custom data to visitors, such as usernames or email addresses. Analyze each visitor individually and see their full history.


Heatmaps

In addition to standard per-page heatmaps, Clicky also lets you view heatmaps for individual visitor sessions, including segmentation. For example, you can view heatmaps only for visitors who completed a specific goal. Heatmap data is real time.


On-site analytics

You (and only you) will see the on-site analytics widget in the corner of your web site. See you how many total visitors are on your site and how many are on the page you're currently viewing, with the ability to view those visitors right from the widget. Heatmaps and heatmap segmentation can be launched from the widget as well.


Uptime monitoring

Clicky alerts you when your site goes offline so you can react immediately. Your site's uptime is monitored from 5 geographic locations around the world and alerts are only sent when a majority of the monitoring servers agree that your site is down.


Alerts

Setup alerts to be notified of conversions, campaign visitors, logged in visitors, and more.


Easy to use

Clicky is designed to just make sense, but if you ever have a question, our knowledge base and customer support are just a click away.


And so much more...






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@kevgathuku Thanks!
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@BrokeAssBride Nope. Have you verified the code is still on your site?
via clicky, Nov 21
RT @sleepycal: Awesome article by @getclicky on detecting CDN loading errors for CSS. You should be doing this. http://t.co/jkEiS2sHSp
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