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There are lots of free / inexpensive tools on the Internet which you can use to test various aspects of your shopping cart website.

I have used / tested all of these myself and personally recommend them.

BrowserStack Test your website across multiple browsers and mobile devices for display issues.

Perfecto Mobile Similar to above but you get access to real mobile hand sets around the world.

W3C mobileOK Checker A free tool for checking the mobile-friendliness of a website.

Xenu's Link Sleuth - Test for broken links on your site. Broken links affect Search Engine Rankings.

SEOMoz Pricey but worthwhile if you use all of their powerful tools. They offer a 30 day free trial in which you can make a lot of SEO improvements without paying a penny. Although there software is so powerful most people end up converting to a paying plan.

Google PageSpeed Insights - Analyzes the content of a website, then offer suggestions to improve the loading time of the site.

Crowdsourcia - Get feedback from multiple experts at once.

ClickHeat - Offers a visual heat map of clicks on a web page, showing hot and cold click zones. ClickHeat is oen source and completely free to use.

Unbounce - Build, publish, and split-test landing pages without having to be an IT expert.

Optimizely - Track engagement, clicks, conversions, sign-ups, or anything else that matter to your business. Target customer visitor segments and optimize your conversion funnel.

It's worth trying out a few of these tools, especially the free ones to ensure your shopping cart website is fulfilling its full potential.

Happy Selling!

Gareth Sales 
VP-ASP Shopping Cart

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Love this! (00:00 15/April/2013)

Thanks so much for this extremely helpful list of tools Gareth!

Michael - AZ
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