In The Brain of Tom Bassindale & Peji Faghihi: Using Real User Metrics to Measure Performance
Using real user metrics is a far more accurate way to monitor how the performance of your site is affecting real users, but how do we get these metrics effectively?
One of the issues with how some current methods aim to measure real user metrics is the need to navigate from page to page to get a site metric. This means users going straight to the home page or navigating to the site from a different location will not be accounted for. And it is often these measurements that are the most effective. Moreover, these statistics cannot be broken down into the fine grain details.
We discuss one of the methods to overcome such issues and show our Sky product in action.
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