Webpagetest.org, which allows you to test the mobile user experience against multiple devices (Nexus, Motorolla, iPhones), device, browser choice and more. Not only does it give you very clear snapshots of the mobile user experience, but tracking is a breakdown of your site's shortcomings. It's a harsh but fair look at where you can afford to reduce image size, adjust loading rules, and simply get rid of the sludge that slows down your loading time. The process is simple: just enter the
URL you're testing and adjust your location (if desired), as well as your browser. The Mobile 3G connection setting will give you a taste of an average smartphone jewelry retouching service experience (although we see adoption of 4G networks sweeping the planet). Including first view and repeat visitors will show you if components of your site perform better if the user has loaded it previously. In short, we are no longer discussing what mobile could contribute to the world of digital marketing.
We consider how much we lose because we fail to make additional gains on our mobile agility. We watch in horror as our competitors outperform us in the mobile experience. And we sit and watch the lost sales and leads resulting from a site that is too slow. The good news is that these resources provide clear recommendations on how to fix your mobile crisis. So go ahead! The opinions expressed in this article are those of the guest author and not necessarily of Search Engine Land. Staff authors are listed here.