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The pandemic hit most areas of our life, including the way we work, communicate, and build relationships. Most importantly, self-isolating deprived us of the opportunity to connect with people offline. In 2020 we experienced a dramatic shift to online, adopting virtual solutions for personal and professional aspects of daily routine.
When testing your mobile website speed, you have to keep in mind that monitoring your website performance on a high-speed internet connection will not provide you accurate results. Why? Because mobile is a different story – it’s not like a desktop on which people usually access the internet on a high-speed connection. Wondering how to test your mobile websites on different networks? Well, the solution is by simulating. With network simulation, you can test how your website behaves on different networks and ensure your website is optimized when accessed on such networks. Network Simulation makes it easier to test and monitor your mobile website and helps you provide a seamless experience to your mobile users.
<p>The 'Network Effect' is a phenomenon whereby a good or service becomes more valuable when more people use it. When a network effect is present, the value of a product or service is dependent on the number of others using it. Over time, positive network effects can create a bandwagon effect as the network becomes more valuable and more people join, in a positive feedback loop. This section will highlight techniques to achieve the critical mass required to achieve this effect and stories about companies that have successfully done it.</p>