First of all I'd like to say Happy Holidays to everyone and to give you a Real Christmas Gift!
Andy Jenkins and the StomperNet team have just released a piece of software that allows you to analyze your website using all of their eye-tracking expertise.
They are making it available for Free as a Christmas gift to everyone.
They also give you the 'Top Ten Uses of the Scrutinizer Software' which is information on how you can plan the strategy for testing Scrutinizer on your own site. There's also a product page which describes the entire concept of Scrutinizer.
There is a short "Scrooge" video to watch but be sure to watch the whole video because the software download instructions begin at the middle of the video and these download instructions may be a little bit different from what you're used to.
You do have to register your name and email address... but don't worry, this is not one of those "giveaways" where you're going to get spammed by 151 lists.
Click the image below to watch the video and again, Happy Holidays to All!
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