How to Add Mouseflow Code to Your Website (Using ClickFunnels)

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Hey everyone!

In this video, I want to show you how to set up the Mouseflow tracking code to your website (using ClickFunnels in my case) so that you would be able to track your funnel and heatmap activity on your funnel(s).

The first thing you would have to do is of course sign up for Mouseflow if you haven’t already and enter your website that you will be using.

I have already entered my website in and as soon as that is done, simply go into the ‘Settings’ tab and select ‘Tracking Code’.

Copy that tracking code and paste in on all of your pages in your funnel. In ClickFunnels, that can be accomplished simply by pasting that code in the general funnel settings tab which then applies that code to every part of the funnel.

If you don’t have such an option, simply go in to every step of the funnel manually and add the code to either the header or body section of your page(s). The higher up you place the code, the faster it will fire and more likely it is to work. So I would recommend placing that code in the header section of every page.

That is pretty much it for the ClickFunnels side.

From here on, you just have to go the ‘Funnels’ tab in Mouseflow and add every step of your funnel into the funnel.

Because you already entered your website root domain, you just need to add the paths for the different pages you have.

So if your home page URL is www.mydomain.com/homepage, then you just need to enter ‘/homepage’ for the first part of your funnel.

You would repeat the process for every other step as necessary.

The paths do not have to match exactly – as long as the root path is there, the funnel tracking will work.

So if your domain URL is www.mydomain.com/homepage1234123413241, if you put in ‘/homepage’ into the funnel, it should still track properly.

Once you add all the funnel steps and give them an alias (optional name that makes it easier for you to remember it by), give it some time for the code to get used to the pages and identify them.

You can even go through the entire funnel yourself several times and see if the tracking goes through successfully.

Once some time has passed and the pages start tracking, you will also see the heatmaps show up for the pages automatically.

That’s it!

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