Since the launch of its platform last March, Kampyle has been implemented by over 1,500 websites whose users have generated over 100,000 feedback messages collectively. The company claims that small sites average one to five feedback messages per day, medium sites average 20-30, and large sites average 50-1,000. Kampyle presents the most value to these large sites, which must manage their feedback effectively or drown in a sea of suggestions.
Kampyle naturally got the idea to integrate into website analytics from user feedback. The startup found that users would often keep two browser tabs open at once: one for Google Analytics and one for its own dashboard. Tracking analytics and feedback side-by-side allows website owners to keep a closer eye on usage patterns and quickly identify technical and usability issues. The integration is also meant to help with A/B testing and the measurement of other changes to a site, such as the addition of new pages or sections and how they affect user behavior.
Kampyle has been integrated into Google Analytics by way of a greasemonkey script. Publishers must install a Firefox Add-on to enable the functionality (no other browser is supported at this time). The integration with Nuconomy, a next generation web analytics platform, is far “cleaner” since both companies are in Yossi Vardi’s portfolio. The two companies worked out a private API that enables users to view feedback messages related to particular pages and then hop over to analyze engagement and interaction analytics for the same pages in Nuconomy.
Beyond these integrations, Kampyle has also added 60 language translations to its feedback form. Forms created in English can now be instantly deployed in French, German, or any of the other available languages. A greater degree of customization is also now available with categories, sub-categories, colors, icons and feedback button styles.