Nitobi, a software company in Vancouver, Canada has released RobotReplay, an online service that records and plays back visitor sessions for nearly any personal website, corporate site or blog. The recorded sessions show how visitors interact with a website — every mouse movement and click, keystroke, where users click, how far down the page they scroll and how long they stay on a site.
RobotReplay complements existing web analytics tools like Google Analytics, StatCounter or ClickTracks, and generates little ‘movies’. Nitobi uses the term ‘cinelytics’ made from combining the words ‘cinema’ and ‘analytics’.
How does it work?
How much does it cost?
[tag]RobotReplay[/tag] is currently free. The creators of RobotReplay plan to offer a premium package for those users who want more advanced features.
What about privacy?
It’s up to you if you want to inform your site visitors or not. Am I running RobotReplay on RL Digital? No, not now. My opinion is that this service will be most useful to corporate and e-commerce sites.
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