Well, I guess testing JS performance with one browser and one OS is like measuring an average temperature of patient across a hospital. JS code should be short, compatible and reliable. The performance is important, but secondary.
If you ordered from Rushfaster in May or June 2018 you may have experienced some of the worst shipping delays, and subsequently some of the worst customer experience, we’ve had in over a decade. For a customer focused company, I’m sad to say, that this wasn’t our finest hour.
A great example of why conversion tracking should never stop at just “leads”.
And also why it`s dangerous to make assumptions anywhere in a business.
Not only is the conversion rate from trial to paying customer higher, the LTV of customers brought on organically is also usually higher.
I just read your article and loved the idea of focusing on content marketing (+ other strategies to grow your SaaS business).
Out of curiosity, I checked the Paperform Site & Blog.
Considering your intention, I have two small suggestions.