In “Online Marketing” you call certain user groups “Personas” (and KissMetrics has a nice intro to it online). These “personas” have a browsing and behavioral profile that grows over time. If you do specific dynamic testing on your pages to address different people from different places with different devices around the planet – that can get really complicated.
Over the past few days, I have coded a new Browser on a Chromium based framework to enable online marketeers to jump around the planet in different languages without loosing track of their persona data. This is the first public beta release:
and it works on Windows and Mac (yes, Linux is also possible – there is a little help section how to run it on Linux).
It is based on NodeJS with webkit (aka nwjs.io) and comes with a free trial to use our proxy network and the orga.zone Backend servers. I am always extremely grateful for any Beta Test reports and suggestions on what to do next. The final release is planned for March – let me know, what you think!