What is the best way to understand how a single user is moving through my site?I am a newbie. I want to understand how a single user is moving through my site.
They came via XYZ keyword
then looked at X page for 29 seconds
then looked at Y page for 2 mins
then exited by clicking my Facebook button
Is there a way to do this with clicky? I mean the route a user took, not each piece of info individually.
I'd like to look at this data for say 100 site visitors to get a bit of a feel for user interaction with my site.
Posted Wed Apr 18 2012 4:59pm by AliceClicky
If they are online at the time, you can isolate them on the spy page. Otherwise, showing the visitor detail screen will show all their clicks / actions / page views / goals / etc for a given visit. To get to that, click the Visitors page in the main menu to view the visitor log. Then for any of those visitors you can click the # of actions next to the visitor to go to a new page. You can also click the up arrow next to the number of actions to see that information in a popup.
Posted Wed Apr 18 2012 5:08pm by mbsportsweb
Thanks for the reply - There is no way to see the number of seconds a visitor looks at each page (when the visitor isn't currently online)? I'm having a hard time getting a feel for what the visitor is doing without the time info.
Posted Fri Apr 20 2012 11:55pm by AliceClicky