Can your business internet site be seen in China?
Chinese businesses often state that they want to trade with international business. The problem is locating potential trading partners. Their starting point, like the rest the world, is a search on the internet. This is hampered from the outset as international internet site; website, social media, video platforms, etc, often cannot be seen correctly in the Chinese search engines.
Access to China internet site page testing tool enables your business to see the performance of your internet site from inside China.
Why use our internet site testing tools?
Most internet site test tools only test to see if your business domain can be seen from mainland China in the form of a simple “ping test”. A “ping test” is like poking your internet site to see if it exists.
All a “ping test” determines is whether your internet site IP address is not blocked in China. It does not start to explain your internet site performance on the Chinese internet or if parts of your internet site content are blocked.
This testing process helps you understand which parts of your business can be seen over the Chinese internet and the response times. The reality is that most international sites take over 20 seconds to load and due to international social media & Google content being blocked or slowed down which leaves your internet site not working / missing components or not work at all.
This testing tool report shows you how each of part of internet site content performance. Your internet site content performance is measured in how the internet see your business.
This testing process was created from open source software developed original by ALO and enhanced by Google.
In keeping with open source principles and Access to China policy to share information, the use of this testing tool and supporting information is free to use.
In you need help reviewing and correcting your internet site visibility in China please do not hesitate to get in contact. email@example.com
Start testing here; https://webtest.accesstochina.com/
Web page last modified: June 2019