Reliability and user experience are no longer just “nice to have” features. Many companies provide similar services and competition is just a click away. Those with state-of-the-art offerings will be ahead of the pack and have more resources for ongoing improvements. Certainly, speed and uptime are not for free, but the good news is that…
Most of us believe that content and popularity of websites are the only factors, which are responsible for the success of our sites. But beyond that, even more, important is speed and user experience.
An outline of the main aspects of load simulation methods such as HTTP, headless, and real browser-based followed by a comparison matrix, to help you choose an appropriate simulation approach.
As the world’s consumers move to the web, the importance of user experience management increases. Shopping cart abandonment rates are at an all-time high, despite greater functionality and offerings of e-commerce sites. Learn how to combat growing abandonment rates and protect your online sales.
Better prepared. Get a monitoring service that conducts automatic trace route diagnostics when downtime and outages occur. And lets dream a little here…won’t it be cool if a website monitoring service took a video of the error and you could play it back so you could see what your user’s experienced? Website monitoring with video capture of downtime errors…so 2013 sounding, isn’t it? Or is it?