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Simply put, I would like to know if customers are looking at the whole page or not, to decide whether I should rearrange the content, moving it up on that page or not.

Is there a way to record the scrollbar movement on a certain page, or visually record visitor's behavior for that matter? Perhaps even a whole other way to achieve this goal?

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Crazy Egg has a featured called scrollmap that can do this

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