Beta Testing ClickTale

July 21, 2006

We would like to thank the thousands of people that have filled out questionnaires and applied to participate in our Beta program.  We were pleasantly surprised by the high-level of interest; it certainly indicates that ClickTale is a desirable service.

We are currently reviewing your applications and have decided to contact an average of 10 new Beta testers every day until we launch our product to the public. This means that hundreds of you will get the opportunity to tryout ClickTale and, through your feedback, influence its development. Unfortunately, this also means that thousands will have to wait for the full-launch.

Thanks again for your interest; we are looking forward to having you try ClickTale real soon.

ClickTale Gets Amazing Buzz

July 13, 2006

ClickTale gets more than 50 comments on TechCrunch.
ClickTale gets more than 1000 diggs and more than 70 digg comments.
Thousands of people have subscribed to our closed beta.
Many interesting comments and opinions were expressed.
It is going to be interesting!

ClickTale on digg

July 12, 2006

ClickTale has made it to the main page of digg. Thanks to all of you who have been digging.
As expected, digg users are most concerned with privacy issues, though many are polarized. Obviously this is something that we are concerned with too. We read your comments and take them into account.

ClickTale on TechCrunch

July 12, 2006

Ouriel from TechCrunch has published a great story about us on TechCrunch today.

So welcome TechCrunch readers (we are readers ourselves)! Make sure you check out our main page, it has some great images and animations as well as information on how you can get involved.

Happy Birthday America and ClickTale’s First Press Release

July 4, 2006

Webmasters Can Watch What Visitors Do with AJAX-based ClickTale
July 4, 2006

Unlike traditional web analytics that produce only pure statistics, ClickTale ( gives webmasters the ability to watch movies of users’ individual browsing sessions. Every mouse movement, every click and every keystroke are recorded for convenient playback. With ClickTale, webmasters can improve website usability, enhance navigation, and increase website effectiveness.

In addition to movies, ClickTale provides a unique set of statistics that address important usability questions. For example, the “Percent of Page Viewed” statistic can answer “how much of the webpage did users see and how often did they scroll to the webpage’s bottom?” and the “Active Browsing Time” statistic can answer “how long did users actively browse a webpage, as opposed to just having an open inactive browser?” And there is much, much more…

ClickTale is a hosted service, so no installation is needed on the server-side or client-side and setup takes only a few minutes. Webmasters add a small piece of javascript code to their webpages. The javascript collects browsing data and transmits it to the ClickTale servers for processing. ClickTale creates movies of browsing sessions almost instantaneously and webmasters can log-in securely at anytime to view these movies.

Just as a store manager visually monitors his customers’ shopping habits, ClickTale gives website owners the ability to watch their visitors browsing habits. Only authorized website personnel can watch their website’s recordings. No activity is recorded outside of the webpage: no personal files, no internet history, no interactions with locally installed software, and users are not tracked between websites. Inside the webpage, passwords are never recorded.

ClickTale will include novel analytical capabilities that will aggregate millions of customer’s recordings providing them with a unique global perspective. ClickTale is currently running a closed beta, visit to learn more.


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