for your ideas with head turning insights from Hotjar
Get your team on the same page using Hotjar
1. Secure buy-in from stakeholders
Don’t let opinions dictate your roadmap.
Share unbiased, reliable data about your users to get buy-in for the right changes.
We use Hotjar to build a narrative around new designs and secure buy-in from stakeholders.
2. Create a team-wide understanding of users’ needs
Ensure every team member is on the same page about who your user is, what they need and how they behave.
Weekly emails containing Hotjar insights are shared with senior stakeholders to get everyone on the same page.
3. Craft a compelling story for your suggestion
Convince others that your next idea is a must-build.
Gather compelling data and user feedback that proves your suggestion is the right way forward.
For most projects, you’re going to have a lot of stakeholders to convince. Showing real user data from Hotjar really helps get their attention.
Make sure your next great idea isn’t ignored
Without Hotjar ❌
Stakeholders are swayed by opinions and hunches
Teammates have different opinions on what users’ want
Your ideas fall flat and never get worked on
With Hotjar ✅
Stakeholders are convinced by compelling user data
Your team’s aligned, with a clear understanding of what users need
You prove the value of your idea with compelling user insights
Over 126,500 professionals get buy-in with Hotjar
1. Heaven aligns her stakeholders with a weekly email containing Hotjar insights
Hotjar is key in how I communicate product experience insights—showing what’s really happening on the site—with senior stakeholders.
2. Hubspot remove internal opinions from decisions with reliable user insights
One of the toughest parts of this project for my team was removing our opinions from the design process. You may think a design is pretty slick, but when (Hotjar) tells you otherwise, you’ve got to listen.
3. Hussle fix bugs faster than ever before with Hotjar insights sent straight to their Slack channel
I share all the insights I find with the team via Slack. The Customer Success Manager watches recordings. The UX person watches recordings. Devs watch recordings. It’s a team effort. It’s democratic learning.