Head of E-Commerce at Holidaybreak Ltd
01 April 2009 16:23pm
Can anyone reccommend a low cost analytics tool that allows you to track web form completion that would work alongside Google Analytics.
P.S. No sales calls from big analytics companies please!
Usability Specialist at Freelance
01 April 2009 16:31pm
Can't you set up a funnel in Google Analytics itself?
Technical Project Manager (MBA, MBCS, CITP, CEng) at Naxtech.com
01 April 2009 22:07pm
Depending on what exactly you want to track and the amount of detail you want tracked I would either suggest what David Hamill also suggested (ie. setting up a funnel within google analytics), or writing your own custom code within your website to do the tracking the way you want it.
Does that help at all?
DenisWeb development and organic multilingual seo
E-Business Consultant at Dan Barker
03 April 2009 09:24am
hi, Natalie, how are you?
it sounds like ClickTale would be perfect for you - cheap, no tie-in, money-back guarantee. Here's the info on its 'form analytics' module:
you can see how long visitors are spending filling in each field, etc.
hope that helps!
ps. would love to have a chat at some point - from your linkedin profile looks like we're interested in a lot of the same things - feel free to connect http://www.linkedin.com/in/djbarker
08 April 2009 16:50pm
Thanks for your responses. Yes, came across ClickTales after putting up this post which looks pretty good.
I've also looked further into some custom tracking in house too.
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