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Detailed in-page tracking tools

     
8:36 am on Jul 19, 2014 (gmt 0)

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Are there any detailed in-page tracking tools out there?

I have had a look at google analytics one and it's very basic; from my experience it can't tell you the difference between two links on the same page that go to the same place.

For example, if you have a link to "Services" at the top and one in the footer, both will display the same %.

The kind of data I'm looking for is stuff like this... based on the amount of people that visit the page and don't bounce:

- How many people clicked what link and the ability to decipher between the same link in different places
- Where people scrolled to on the page
- Did people open dropdown lists at all (whether or not they clicked isn't important)
- How many slides did people view from the main page slider?
- If we have a tabbed section, how many people clicked on the other tabs?

Stuff like that. Anything like that around?

Thanks!
6:38 pm on July 19, 2014 (gmt 0)

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Analytics has some major flaws, but you can do most of what you want using the "event" capabilities.
Soon I'll probably post a "fix" for Analytics huge "time on page" short coming for "bounced" pages.
3:17 pm on July 21, 2014 (gmt 0)

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I will have a look - thanks!