Web Performance Monitoring

Improve your website performance

With so many moving parts in your website, keeping control over your web performance is not an easy job. Uptrends gives you that control, and lets you know the minute your performance slips.

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Dashboard monitoring overview of performance, load times, uptime and errors

Run web performance tests from 231 locations

Uptrends opens up a real browser (Chrome, Firefox, or Edge) on one of the worldwide locations you have selected and loads your website with all its elements—exactly like your users see it. You build a detailed picture of your website performance, and you’ll spot peaks in load times immediately.

Build data faster with Concurrent Monitoring. Choose from 3 or more locations, and Uptrends tests from all of them all at the same time. You’ll get a ton more data and quicker alerting.

Measuring performance with automated tests

Get alerted on website speed, number of bytes, or missing content

By setting up load-time limits, you get alerts the moment your website speed suffers. If you specify the maximum number of bytes allowed for your page (or individual elements), you know when your site gets hit with the addition of unexpected large content.

If you want to ensure your page content loads as expected, you can use content checks to know when certain content is (or isn’t) there.

Receive alerts with load-time limits
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“When you can correlate the developers' changes with changes in performance in Uptrends, it makes analyzing the situation easier.”
André van de Graaf, Principal Quality Assurance at Exact

See how your website performs on mobile devices

Optimizing your website speed for the desktop doesn’t cut it. With Mobile Website Monitoring, you can simulate a mobile device using a Chrome or Firefox browser, choose the screen size and resolution, and activate bandwidth throttling to simulate mobile network speeds like 3G and 4G.

View performance on desktop and mobile

Rank higher

Google has used site speed as a page ranking factor since 2010. But, did you know that Google recently switched to using a site’s mobile speed to determine page rankings? Making sure your website is faster on mobile gives you an edge over the competition for page rankings.

Convert more visitors

Mobile sites that load in 2.4 seconds enjoy a 27 percent increase in conversions rates over sites that load in 3.3 seconds. Study after study supports a direct correlation between performance and conversion rates, cart size, and overall sales.

Fast website = happy users

A one second slowdown is all it takes to turn off users. Slow sites lower a visitor’s perception of your brand and your site’s usability, security, and appearance. A slow site sends 49 percent of its users to the competition, and 33 percent of those never come back.

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“We monitor the performance of our home page, and we get quite different performance with different browsers.”
Steven Andrews, Leader Application Support at Virgin Australia

Maintain control over your third-party content

Most likely, you load scripts from third parties on your site such as your Google Analytics script or that live chat script you have running. That’s all stuff you have less influence on.

Group your page’s elements into categories like statistics, CDN, social, and ads, or create your own groups. When, for example, your ads get out of control, you can pinpoint the problem immediately in your reports.

Monitor third-party content load times

Ready to start improving your website speed?

Don’t let your page performance hold you back. Website performance monitoring can help you improve customer satisfaction and conversion rates. Try Uptrends free for 30 days, without obligations.

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