If you are running a marketing campaign, or simply trying to understand how your customers interact with your product or service, then tracking customer interaction is essential. There are a number of ways to do this, but one of the most popular and affordable methods is hotjar tracking. In this blog post, we will provide you with five pricing strategies for hotjar tracking that you can use when setting up your account. By understanding how much money you are willing to spend on this valuable tool, and what features are essential for you, you can create a plan that suits your needs perfectly.
Get Started with Hotjar for Free
If you’re just getting started with Hotjar, our free account is a great way to get started. With this account, you can track the progress of your website’s visitors across all devices, access our heatmap tool and report module, and keep your data private.
To get started with Hotjar for free, click the button below. If you decide that Hotjar is right for you and want to upgrade to our paid account, see our pricing strategy guide for more information on what options are available.
Use Custom Fields To Customize Your Data
The simplest way to customize your Hotjar tracking data is to use custom fields. You can add, edit, or delete any of the fields in your account settings page.
Below are some tips for using custom fields:
1. Add a Field To Track Your Visitors’ Engagement Levels
One common use for custom fields is to track visitors’ engagement levels. For example, you could add a field to track how often visitors click on your content, interact with your surveys, and leave comments on your blog posts. This information will help you determine which aspects of your website are most engaging and help you adjust your marketing strategies accordingly.
2. Add Custom Fields To Analyze Your Data More In-Depth
You can also use custom fields to analyze your data more in-depth. For example, you might want to track how many visits each section of your website receives, how long users stay on each page, or what kind of ads are clicked on most often. Using this type of data will give you valuable insights into how people are interacting with your website and help you improve it accordingly.
Set Up Automated Email Notifications
If you’re looking to get notified when someone interacts with your hotjar tracking data, there are a few different ways to do so. You can set up automated email notifications, or use a third-party tool like SendOwl.
One way to get notified when someone interacts with your hotjar tracking data is to set up automated email notifications. This will send you an email whenever someone interacts with your webpages or reports on a survey that you’ve created.
To set up email notifications, first sign in to your account and click the “Notifications” tab. Under “Email Notifications,” click the “Enable Email Notifications” button. In the “Notification Settings” section, enter your email address and click the “Save Changes” button. You’ll now receive an email notification every time someone interacts with your data!
Another option is to use SendOwl, which is a third-party tool that helps you track and manage emails. With SendOwl, you can easily send and receive emails fromhotjar’s data. Plus, it has a number of other features that make it a great choice for managing email notifications. To use SendOwl, first sign in to your account and click the “Notifications” tab. Under “Email Notifications,” select the type of notification you want to send (like surveys or hits), enter your recipients’ addresses, and click the “Create
Choose How Often You Want to See Reports
How often do you want Hotjar reports sent to you?
There are two ways to receive Hotjar reports: as soon as a change happens or once a day.
The first option, “as soon as a change happens,” sends reports as soon as something changes in your account, like a new visitor coming in or an event happening. This is the default setting and is what we recommend for most users.
The second option, “once a day,” sends reports once per day at midnight UTC. This allows you to see more detailed data but may take longer to send out reports than the “as soon as a change happens” setting. We recommend using this setting if you have time-sensitive reporting needs and don’t mind waiting a few extra minutes for each report.
In this article, we’ve looked at five different pricing strategies for hotjar tracking. By understanding the different costs and benefits of each approach, you can find the best strategy for your business. Which pricing strategy is right for you? Let us know in the comments below!