Follow the Trail of Profits Hiding in Your Website with Crazy Egg’s Confetti Report

by Alan Reyes

Last updated on August 9th, 2017

Confetti is a compelling report that shows you in high definition where individual clicks are happening on your web pages with colored-coded dots. Being able to visually see where your visitors are clicking can tell you a lot about your web page’s design and how it’s helping (or hurting) your goals and conversions.

Metrics Selector

In the upper-left corner of the Confetti Report, you’ll see our Metrics Selector. By clicking on the metrics in the legend, you can switch between:

  • Search terms
  • Day of week
  • Time of click
  • Browser

…and 16 other metrics!

Being able to segment your Confetti Report by these different metrics can provide valuable insights. For example:

  • Does click behavior change at different times of the day?
  • What about visitors from other nations? Do they use your pages differently?

Mobile Device Clicks

With Confetti you can create specific reports to see click patterns from people visiting your webpage on their cell phones and from people visiting on tablets. It can help with creating a better responsive mobile design for your website.

Why Colored Dots?

The Confetti Report is color-coded to show you the breakdown of clicks based on the metric you have selected to view. For example, if you chose the day of week option, the different colored dot represents a different day of the week.

I Can Keep Going…

But why not try Confetti for free? Let us know what powerful insights you discover in the comments below.

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  1. JohnB says:
    August 11, 2017 at 1:00 am

    Heat mapping, good for our baby website. We will take a good look at it, so we can redesign out website according to what the report will tell.

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