CrazyEgg integration with RudderStack
Easy Website Optimization with RudderStack and CrazyEgg
With RudderStack, you can seamlessly send your event data from a variety of event sources to CrazyEgg. All you need to do is configure CrazyEgg as a destination in RudderStack. Once enabled, events collected by RudderStack will automatically start flowing to CrazyEgg in real-time.
By Integrating CrazyEgg with RudderStack, you can:
- Track all your cross-platform event data without having to instrument the integration manually
- Automatically load website and recording sessions, heat maps, etc. from within RudderStack
- Send the event data to CrazyEgg in real-time and in the format it expects
What you can do with CrazyEgg
Track your users’ interactions with your website or app
Record your users’ website sessions to understand their usage patterns
Segment your users based on their behavior and target them with personalized campaigns
Tweak your website with A/B tested features to drive customer engagement and retention
Make significant UI/UX changes to boost conversions and maximize your revenue
This integration is on the roadmap
Schedule time with our solutions engineering team to learn about timing and help prioritize this integration.
How can we help you?
What is CrazyEgg used for?
CrazyEgg is an heat mapping tool that enables users to better understand how users are interacting with their website or app.
Is it hard to set up CrazyEgg?
Difficulty can vary based on the complexity of your tech stack and user interface. Many users choose to simplify implementation by sending data through secure heat mapping integration tools like RudderStack.
How much does it cost to integrate CrazyEgg with RudderStack?
What is CrazyEgg?
Crazy Egg is an online analytics tool that offers Heat map, Scroll map, Overlay, and Confetti to track a website's operation. This helps you understand your customers' interests so you can boost the profit from your website.
How do Heatmaps work?
Heatmaps collect the data from a web page. It displays which content of the web page is clicked more or which area gets more attention. highlights using a dark-to-light color scale. For instance, the area where the viewer clicks the most is highlighted using a dark color, and light color is used for lesser clicked content/ product.