Plerdy Heatmap

Description

The improved Plerdy heatmap of clicks is an innovative service for analyzing users’ actions on your website. Get full real-time information about where exactly and what elements users click on. Fix the indicators and implement changes based on credible data. The heatmap is a unique source of information about your websites:

  • it is easy to set up
  • it does not overload a website;
  • information is available in convenient formats;
  • all data are fixed in real time;
  • setting up custom tags and monitoring of every separate element on a website;
  • possibility to view online the amount of clicks on several pages;
  • more information on the website https://www.plerdy.com/heatmap/

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Installation

  1. Install Plerdy Heatmap through the WordPress.org plugin repository or by uploading the files to your server.
  2. Sign into your Plerdy account and copy your [tracking script].
  3. Click the Plerdy Heatmap tab in the left admin menu.
  4. Paste your tracking script in the provided field and click Save Changes.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Install Plerdy Heatmap through the WordPress.org plugin repository or by uploading the files to your server.
  2. Sign into your Plerdy account and copy your [tracking script].
  3. Click the Plerdy Heatmap tab in the left admin menu.
  4. Paste your tracking script in the provided field and click Save Changes.
Do I need a Plerdy account?

Yes, you do. You just create an account by typing your name and email address and access your dashboard.

How does the heatmap work?

The heatmap collects users’ clicks on different elements on a website.

How much does the Plerdy heatmap cost?

The plugin is free. The price depends on the package you choose after the registration.

When does the analysis of clicks start?

Collection of information on your website starts right after it is integrated with the Plerdy dashboard.

Contributors & Developers

“Plerdy Heatmap” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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