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  1. Verify is an online platform that enables users to test screenshots of their design work before coding takes place.

  2. MouseStats is a user experience analytics suite which provides a comprehensive set of tools to...

  3. Collect user feedback and improve your websites, apps and emails with Usabilla's Voice of Customer Solutions.

  4. Track your customers' web and mobile activity, forms, emails, support tickets and more, all in one place with customer analytics. Analyze and take action.

  5. Where UX meets Conversion. Unlock the Potential Behind Remote Research and Testing

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  7. TryMyUI enables organizations to crowdsource the usability testing of their UI's.

    Google Analytics: What learnings can we get to inform a... about 7 months ago

    If the site is purely marketing your company, you could be looking at metrics around how long people spend on different screens to see how sticky your content is. If there is some type of sign-up flow, you could tell where people were dropping off and potentially make that flow easier to use (i.e. Maybe you're asking for too much info). You could also try a service like, where users are prompted to...
  8. Create stunning surveys, polls, and quizzes in minutes. Collect responses via your website, e-mail, iPad, Facebook, and Twitter. Generate and share easy-to-read reports.

  9. Naview helps you create easier navigations through prototyping and testing.

  10. Usability testing has never been easier. Get videos of real people speaking their thoughts as they use websites, mobile apps, prototypes and more!

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    Has user testing gotten so popular that you're noticing a... about 5 days ago

    I don't get any from, but I'm signed up with several other user testing sites. For months, while it's not always dependable, I was still managing between $40-$100 through all the various sites I use. I've not seen a massive drop off in even screeners. One of the sites I'm with put out a newsletter and mentioned the huge uptick in new testers. I've been doing this less than a year, so not sure...