Tapefailure: Record, Review & Revise Browsing Sessions

Tapefailure is a new service that lets you record your users browsing sessions on your website or blog and play them back to you. To get going,  you need to sign up for an account, and then create a unique identifier for each website or blog you wish to track. After that, you just drop in a small piece […]

Tapefailure is a new service that lets you record your users browsing sessions on your website or blog and play them back to you. To get going,  you need to sign up for an account, and then create a unique identifier for each website or blog you wish to track. After that, you just drop in a small piece of Javascript into each page you would like to track, and from there Tapefailure handles everything else. Tapefailure tracks your users and records both tapes of your users' browsing and statistics about the users' browsing session. Tapes can be both viewed and downloaded (for later viewing). All you have to do is log into your account and from there you have the ability to view the recorded tapes and statistics. Statistics include % of page scrolled, distance the mouse has been moved, average number of clicks per page, user sight focus, and general paths, and others.

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Source:→ Ajax Magazine
Tapefailure, Website, Blog, Statistics, Tracking, Record, Review, Browsing, Sessions, Javascript

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