As a pro blogger and a webmaster, do you know how your website performs across the globe? You must know about performance and accessibility of your site and also its a main criteria for search engine ranking especially with google ranking. Some times your site may not be accessible in certain countries due to many reasons, especially due to improper configuration your web server.
if you running a paid campaign (like adwords) for a specific country audiences, you must know how your site performs in that country for a successful campaign. If you fails to analyze about how your site performs in the targeted country which you running a paid campaign, resulting that you may lose money as well as did not get any conversions at all.
Here we refer you some of handy tools to check how your site performs across the globe. Before starting your paid campaign or you are trying to get top ranking your website in search engines check your website performance and availability for successful results.
Uptrends.com – Monitor your website load time and availability across the world
Uptrends.com helps you to analyze your website accessibility from different cities and countries worldwide about 120+ locations.
Dotcom-monitor.com – Instantly test your website accessibility worldwide
dotcom-monitor.com is another useful tool which will helps you to find your website speed and accessibility using real browsers from 20 locations worldwide also have option to check country specific waterfall results as well.
Alertra Spot Check
Alertra spot check is another handy utility and worth to try, but need to improve a lot.
All the tools specified above are absolutely free to test for instance and get results immediately or subscribe them if you wish. Let me add the new tools here when ever i found them.
Add your feedback as comment below, If you have any performance or accessibility issues and higher website loading time with your website, let me help you to resolve it.
Nice job on building wpdiv.com – great content! Some great advice on your site – I’m thinking particularly about advice you give webmasters about speed testing.
Thanks for sharing