Hi, thank you for contacting JustAnswer.com. My name is Russell. I will do my best to provide the right answer to your question.
What question do you have, please? I think I have experience and knowledge enough to answer it.
That, I think, would come under the category of
'tracking by cookies'
or some such facility, used on websites for in-detail analytics.
A case where raw traffic is being brought in, but sales/conversions are not increasing, is a case for some concern. More data may be what is needed. But, I don't know what you are selling. It is of course obvious that you need to bring traffic or viewers
A. to the right place where they will be 'hooked' by the product offered
B. the right people, who might be interested in the product
so just 'raw visits' is not necessarily going to yield the results you need.
Do you mean like this facility:
I was thinking something rather older, where each page visit is tracked per each visitor as an individual, so that you can trace where the individual travels between pages (if they travel from one page to another within your site).
I have nothing specific in mind... if heatmap.me is sufficient for you, I would say, go with it.
Do you need any further advice on this matter?
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Then I have Opted Out, opening the case to other Experts in this category, with my apologies. Perhaps another Expert may be of help to you, and provide the answer and advice you really need. (That will be at no additional charge, of course.)
Thank you for your patience meanwhile.
Before I try to answer this question, are you already using google analytics? If so what you're describing is the "User Flow" feature of analytics, It will show you where people are starting on your website, and where they are dropping off. You can also use "User Explorer" to break down your users sessions with more detail than "User Flow" and get a minute by minute walk through of their website usage.
Does this sound like what you are looking for?