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Make sure your website is error-free — for free

Over 95% of websites operate with significant errors. But website providers and designers insist there are no faults. Who do you believe? And how can you check?

Business2www, developer of Sitemorse™ automated website tests, is offering a free site test. Not only will you be told how many errors your website has, but also given the detail of each and every type of errors found.

The test results are simple and easy to understand and will give directors, managers, marketing executives and others involved with website sales and promotion the information they need to ensure that their company’s website is error free.

Previously the summary reports simply listed the number of errors. Now, in response to customer demand, the free B2w test gives you the ability to identify the number of errors by type. This means that over 35 different types of errors are recognised and described, giving you the information you need to make sure your website functions properly.

Philip Sheldon, Managing Director of B2W, says: “We believe this additional information will be invaluable to managers frustrated by their inability to understand the technical jargon. Our reports are designed to make it clear just what is going wrong and how to fix it.”

Websites are increasingly important for business. If customers, suppliers and investors are unable to use the website or experience problems because of errors, confidence in your company’s products or services could be damaged. “In the majority of cases errors that frustrate visitors and users and drive away customers can be easily fixed,” says Mr Sheldon, “but without the statistical information proving there are errors, managers are helpless to counter the claims of designers and website providers that their sites are without any faults.”


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