Ecommerce is a very competitive market and site owners do what they can to try and improve their sites’ performance as far as visibility and conversions. But how do they know whether all the changes, upgrading, and optimization they’re doing really works?

An important factor to seeing whether the “improvements” you’ve made on your site really enhances the overall productivity or whether you’ve just taken one step back in progress is to test your site. Testing can also help you to see what users are experiencing when they visit your site. Best of all, testing doesn’t have to cost you a penny since there are many free testing tools out there that are both efficient and accurate. Below are some of the top free Ecommerce testing tools you might want to check out.

Spur

Some site owners wonder whether the design of their site might have an effect on their productivity. Now you can find out with Spur. All you have to do is upload an image onto the site or paste your URL and you’re presented with seven different tools that allow you to critic your design and see what elements should stay and what should go.

Browsershots

This open source online web application will provide you with a convenient way to test your sites’ browser compatibility by making screenshots of your site and then incorporating them into various operating systems and browsers.

W3C mobileOK Checker

The number of users who use their mobile devices to get online has grown exponentially and this tool will help you determine how in sync your web page is with mobile operations. It’ll assess interoperability, efficiency and usability.