Web Monitoring

Web Site Monitoring and Performance Insights

Mobile Website Readiness

You are missing an huge opportunity if you do not have a mobile optimized website. If you are building a website, or have plan on it being viewed on a mobile device. Keep in mind that slow mobile networks will impact the performance your mobile web content. You want to create a mobile website that provides the same functionality as your regular website, but at the same time is optimized for mobile devices.

You need to take steps to ensure that the mobile website is optimized for all the different mobile devices, many of which have different capabilities, browsers, and screen sizes.

The Challenge

Developers need tools that provide access to all the different mobile devices on which users will download their mobile web content. They also need the ability to analyze content and performance on the mobile device, troubleshoot problems, and provide actionable recommendations that will enable optimization of the end-user experience for their mobile website on different mobile devices.

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January 14, 2013 Posted by | Uncategorized | , | Leave a comment

The Mobile Web: What Consumers Prefer

Unfortunately, if you are looking to consumers to help solve the app-or-website dilemma, they’re not going to be much help. Some demographic trends are fairly clear, but overall, consumer preference is not overwhelmingly in one camp or the other. Use cases drive many preferences. The same goes for developers and marketers.

A 2010 study by Keynote for Adobe Systems of 1,200 U.S. consumers found roughly equal satisfaction with app and browser experiences, and that users spend about an equal amount of time with each. Two-thirds expressed a preference for browsers when accessing media and entertainment and consumer products/shopping, though again, satisfaction in these categories was neck-and-neck for both websites and apps. Categories where users in the study showed a clear preference for apps were games, social media, maps and music.

Unfortunately, if you are looking to consumers to help solve the app-or-website dilemma, they’re not going to be much help. Some demographic trends are fairly clear, but overall, consumer preference is not overwhelmingly in one camp or the other. Use cases drive many preferences. The same goes for developers and marketers.

Read about Mobile monitoring and  Mobile device application testing with Keynote.

A 2010 study by Keynote for Adobe Systems of 1,200 U.S. consumers found roughly equal satisfaction with app and browser experiences, and that users spend about an equal amount of time with each. Two-thirds expressed a preference for browsers when accessing media and entertainment and consumer products/shopping, though again, satisfaction in these categories was neck-and-neck for both websites and apps. Categories where users in the study showed a clear preference for apps were games, social media, maps and music.

Read More at The Mobile Dilemma

 

November 15, 2011 Posted by | Mobile Monitoring, Mobile Quality | , , , , | Leave a comment