Score 8.7 out of 10


What is SiteSpect?

Key features include: - A/B, split, and multivariate testing campaign management - Targeting and personalization - Front-end usability testing - Back-end testing using Origin Experiments - Site acceleration with SiteSpect AMPS(R) - Mobile site and native app support
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What is SiteSpect?

SiteSpect is an A/B testing and optimization platform that enables growing businesses to test changes to their website, mobile experience, and other digital properties.

SiteSpect enables users to test and personalize across the customer experience, from client-side look and feel to server-side functionality, engaging website visitors with the right experience at the right time. The platform is designed to empower marketers, developers, and IT professionals to create and run tests to help users make data-driven decisions, increase engagement, and improve site performance.

SiteSpect Features

Testing and Experimentation Features

  • Supported: a/b experiment testing
  • Supported: Split URL testing
  • Supported: Multivariate testing
  • Supported: Multi-page/funnel testing
  • Supported: Cross-browser testing
  • Supported: Mobile app testing
  • Supported: Test significance
  • Supported: Visual / WYSIWYG editor
  • Supported: Advanced code editor
  • Supported: Page surveys
  • Supported: Preview mode
  • Supported: Experiment scheduler
  • Supported: Experiment workflow and approval
  • Supported: Dynamic experiment activation
  • Supported: Client-side tests
  • Supported: Server-side tests
  • Supported: Mutually exclusive tests

Audience Segmentation & Targeting Features

  • Supported: Standard visitor segmentation
  • Supported: Behavioral visitor segmentation
  • Supported: Traffic allocation control
  • Supported: Website personalization

Results and Analysis Features

  • Supported: Heatmap tool
  • Supported: Click analytics
  • Supported: Conversion tracking
  • Supported: Goal tracking
  • Supported: Test reporting
  • Supported: Results segmentation
  • Supported: CSV export
  • Supported: Experiments results dashboard

Platform Integration Features Features

  • Supported: API
  • Supported: Web analytics integration
  • Supported: Content Management System Integration
  • Supported: Integration with CRM or DMP software

Additional Features

  • Supported: A/B, split, and multivariate testing
  • Supported: Targeting and personalization
  • Supported: Interactive Control Panel for campaign management and reporting
  • Supported: Mobile site and native app support
  • Supported: Extensive capabilities to test every part of the customer experience

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SiteSpect Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsLinux
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported CountriesSiteSpect clients are distributed globally.
Supported LanguagesSiteSpect supports testing websites containing any language in single-byte or double-byte character format. The user interface is in English.

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Key features include: - A/B, split, and multivariate testing campaign management - Targeting and personalization - Front-end usability testing - Back-end testing using Origin Experiments - Site acceleration with SiteSpect AMPS(R) - Mobile site and native app support

Optimizely Web Experimentation, Monetate, and VWO are common alternatives for SiteSpect.

The most common users of SiteSpect are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees).

SiteSpect Customer Size Distribution

Small Businesses (1-50 employees)0%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)10%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)90%
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Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
SiteSpect is better in terms of other similar tools as it is more suitable for A/B testing as well as Multivariate testing of websites. SiteSpect is also cheaper as compared to rest of similar tools and it has years of technological and marketing know-how, and the freedom to build a digital optimisation solution from the ground up based on precisely what online businesses need to succeed.
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We haven't seen any platform deliver the flicker-free performance of SiteSpect. While most platforms have improved their business user facing tools since we originally selected SiteSpect, we've never had any doubt about it's advanced capabilities. Any test we can imagine can be run through SiteSpect, and they have provided the support we required when we didn't have the expertise in-house to realize our vision. At this stage, I feel that SiteSpect's user interface lags behind the competition, but it's feature set can't be argued with.
Jonathan Hodak | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Most of these other tools do not really have a direct comparison. Optimizely and Visual Website Optimizer (VWO) are both A/B testing tools that are similar in nature to SiteSpect. Both Optimizely and VWO are good tools and have their place, but they are not as flexible or as configurable as SiteSpect is. They are considerably easier to learn so it really comes down to what is the end goal, do you want a product that is relatively easy to use and can do a lot of things, or do you want a toold that is much more difficult to use but gives you complete flexibility to design your tests and implement them any way that you want? For this reason I would recommend Sitespect for people at large companies who have a team devoted to testing, and for most small/mid size companies who will not have testing be a dedicated part of their progress then maybe use something more like Optimizely or VWO instead.
Bobby Patterson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I've also used Adobe's Test & Target tool at another company. It has a nice user interface, but SiteSpect is easier to scale and maintain because the architecture eliminates the need to tag (put mboxes) on the pages on your site. We also did some research on Optimizely, but felt like SiteSpect was better overall.
George Ioannou | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
  • Optimizely,Visual Website Optimizer
SiteSpect is a whole different ball game when it comes to these other tools. SiteSpect is about creating a testing culture within your business for continual website improvements. These tests can be conducted without any developer intervention by our clients. Once SiteSpect is setup, we are free to test anything and everything. In the way it works, which I will not go into right now, it means with high traffic it doesn't show flicker effect of the variations or slow down our clients sites in any way.
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