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Seeflo: watch videos of how people interact with your site

Find your site’s user experience (UX) weaknesses quickly with Seeflo which offers video of real people interacting with your website.


Improve your website to convert better

Here’s an interesting way for web-based businesses to learn more about their customers and improve the user experience: study recordings of users on your site. Seeflo is a platform for recording videos of people using your website.

It’s a simple, no programming required javascript. After installing, Seeflo tracks the mouse movements and changes to HTML of a user’s session on your site. The resulting video can provide valuable insight about how to improve the user experience (UX).

Don’t know how to do it? They’ll walk you through it

Seeflo only takes a couple of minutes to install. You’ll receive a javascript that you simply copy and paste into the HTML coding of your site. If you don’t have an HTML programmer on staff, Seeflo’s programmers will guide you through the process. Before you know it, you’ll be recording user sessions. A “session” starts as soon as a user visits your site, and includes all page views. Seeflo will automatically stop recording after 60 minutes of inactivity.

Seeflo files your recordings and can sort them by location, email address, or other tags you assign so that you can browse and search them easily. The recordings are sent to a server, where they are securely stored.

Different tiers of service

Your Seeflo account can record an unlimited number of different websites, and any and all of your team members can access the data. You can view 100 sessions per month with a free account, 2500 sessions with a startup account for $19 per month, and 25,000 sessions for $79 per month.

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It’s hard to imagine a more precise way to observe how users interface with your site. On the other hand, watching hours upon hours of videos of a mouse clicks and page changes seems more than a little tedious. AG would like to know: are you currently using Seeflo, or does it seem like something that might be useful for your company? What other ways are you gathering information about your site’s user experience?


Ellen Vessels, a Staff Writer at The American Genius, is respected for their wide range of work, with a focus on generational marketing and business trends. Ellen is also a performance artist when not writing, and has a passion for sustainability, social justice, and the arts.

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