Hotjar est un outil complet d'analyse mobile et de site web permettant aux développeurs web, aux concepteurs d'interface utilisateur, aux analystes, aux spécialistes du marketing numérique et autres professionnels d'optimiser la convivialité et le taux de conversion de leurs sites web.
Hotjar combine des outils d'analyse et de commentaires pour donner aux utilisateurs un aperçu de la manière dont les visiteurs interagissent avec leur site, de la manière dont ils pourraient améliorer l'expérience utilisateur et, enfin, de la manière dont ils pourraient augmenter les taux de conversion. Avec Hotjar, les utilisateurs peuvent penser comme un visiteur de site web, comprendre leur état d'esprit et identifier les problèmes d'UX qui les frustrent.
Grâce à des fonctionnalités telles que les heat maps, les enregistrements et entonnoirs de visiteurs, Hotjar permet aux utilisateurs de visualiser l'interaction des visiteurs sur leur site, de comprendre la raison des abandons et d'identifier les points à améliorer. Des commentaires plus directs des visiteurs peuvent être obtenus grâce à des fonctionnalités telles que les enquêtes personnalisables et les sondages prenant en charge plus de 20 langues. Ces outils "Voice of User" permettent aux développeurs de connaître directement l'avis des visiteurs sur leur expérience utilisateur. Hotjar permet également aux utilisateurs de recruter des testeurs pour effectuer des recherches et des tests directement à partir de leur site.
I've been a beta user and I've now been using Hotjar for over 2 years (even have the tshirt to prove it). While other tools such as Zoho PageSense, MouseFlow and Inspectlet do a similar job, Hotjar makes it dead-simple. Heatmaps and visitor recordings are a godsend, next to regular anayltics. And every single feature is free? That's beyond crazy!
- Heatmaps and visitors recordings work like a charm and provide a great deal of information.
- If Google Analytics tells you what and how many, Hotjar tells you why: polls make it easy to gather user feedback.
- Using all of its features, you can get a better grasp into why people don't fill in a certain form or don't buy a product.
- Some features are blocked behind a paywall.
- Organization of sites and companies can get confusing at times.
- Not all descriptions make it clear what a specific feature does.
We've used hotjar to identify navigational, organizational, and functional issues on our website that crop up in actual use, issues that may not appear in our daily use or testing. It allows us to see how users are interacting with our site and collect user feedback, and that lets us find ways to improve the experience
Using hotjar is like being able to stand next to your users and watch them use your site. This gives you actionable insight that many times numbers alone may not be able to tell you. And if you are someone who isn't comfortable sifting through analytics, it makes it extremely simple to identify potential problem areas in the user experience that you, being familiar with the site, might miss. The features are all sufficiently developed to be able to handle most straightforward tasks. Also, Hotjar is (at the time of this writing) very affordable for what you get out of it. My primary site is a local home goods retailer. We mostly use the session recording and heatmapping features, in addition to the poll feature. There are other features, such as the conversion funnel tracking, survey feature, and others. Although we don't use those much, the solution more than worth it for the recording and heatmapping. Their support is also fast and helpful.
There aren't many things to not like about Hotjar. I suppose one of the issues I have run into is that the conversion funnel tracking tool doesn't seem to accurately report metrics for us. I've never bothered to try and get this fixed since we use other methods to evaluate conversion funnels anyway. Otherwise, I haven't encountered any notable issues.
The program was very visual and gives you different options for viewing your visitors and how they view the page. Easy to use interface and very affordable for the functions that you get. Visitor entries and heat maps are excellent tools for monitoring user behavior and interactions. I use this platform to help my clients diagnose problems on their website that interfere with conversions. Now we get a complete picture of our customers and their motivation to participate in our website. Helping us fine-tune our experiments and speed up the survey process so that we can get more experiments.
Hotjar seems to capture a lot of "fake" users and does not capture real users I know, because the fact visited the page. It would be much more useful if I could see the entire web page by looking at heat maps and scrolling maps.
Hotjar provides me with insightful data about what web visitors do on our website and mobile app. These data provides myself and all of my colleagues in the sales department with added visibility into user behaviour amongst visitors to our website.Thereby making it possible to maintain a good level of user satisfaction,amongst web visitors.
First in point,I am an huge fan of the tutorial videos provided by Hotjar : these video tutorials make it easy to get the best out of the huge potentials which Hotjar offers businesses and sales teams.
Particularly,I like the heatmap and record features : these features provide us with video data of how web visitors relate with our website ,thereby making it easy to analyze ways to either maintain the current level of web visitor engagement or improve on them.
Will be great if Hotjar can introduce a Livechat feature to this program.
Within an hour of integrating it into our site and CRM (which took only minutes), we were getting recordings of user visits and heat maps, greatly increasing our ability to quickly improve the performance of our website and marketing campaigns.
What DON'T I like about this software is more like it. I'm blown away that there's not more reviews for HotJar and am very happy to have spotted this opportunity to give them some love.
HotJar is easily the best value-to-price behavior mapping software of its kind, and I've used and shopped for several of them. That pretty much sums it up. From heat mapping to visitor recordings to polling functionality, I simply haven't had to look for another solution since I found it, and it is much more cost-effective than its competitors. Its integrations that we have implemented have worked splendidly, as well. 5 stars, hands down.
I'm only listing "cons" because I have to to submit this review. Some of its user interface wasn't completely intuitive to me at first but I overcame it quickly and don't think it's fair to expect every software program to not come with a little bit of a learning curve. Within a couple of days I was navigating it fluidly.
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur Hotjar.
Types de licences disponibles pour Hotjar :
À partir de: $29/mois
Type de licence: Free, Abonnement
version d'essai gratuite: Non disponible
Nous n'avons pas d'informations sur les fonctionnalités de Hotjar.
Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel Hotjar :
Auto-entrepreneurs, Grandes entreprises, Entreprises de taille moyenne, Organismes à but non lucratif, PME
Langues dans lesquelles Hotjar est disponible :
arabe, chinois (traditionnel), tchèque, danois, néerlandais, anglais, finnois, français, allemand, hébreu, hongrois, italien, japonais, norvégien, polonais, portugais, russe, espagnol, suédois, turc, ukrainien
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Applications s'intégrant à Hotjar :
Astronomer, Crowded Communities, HubSpot CRM, HubSpot Marketing, Omniconvert, Optimizely, QuickSilk, Qwilr, Smarty, Unbounce
Ressources d'aide disponibles pour Hotjar :
FAQ, Base de connaissances, Support en ligne