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  • 5 Steps to Slow Speed
    5 Steps to Slowing Down Your Site Posted on April 1st, 2016 by David Snyder

    ..Because who even cares about customer experience, right? Are you tired of providing a satisfactory experience to your web site visitors? Do you loathe the fact that your competitors look at your performance metrics as the ones to beat? Those Facebook “likes” and social sentiment from your happy customers—want to get rid of them? Well […]

  • Web performance in China
    Web Performance in China is Different Posted on March 30th, 2016 by Peter van Gils

    One topic that is almost always on the agenda during customer meetings these days is the performance (or lack thereof) of websites in China. The companies that I’m meeting with are not newcomers in the world of ecommerce. They are almost all leaders in their market segments (luxury, consumer goods, fashion, automotive) and they have […]

  • Shopping cart abandonment
    5 Reasons Retailers are Plagued by Abandoned Carts Posted on March 28th, 2016 by Peter Girard

    It’s not always your fault. Across the eCommerce spectrum shoppers abandon most of their carts, ditching as often as 80% of the time. Mobile shoppers are especially fickle. As the retail world continues to shift into the hypercompetitive, omnichannel future where customers compare prices and offers even while shopping in your stores, some abandonment is […]

  • faster as a service
    Faster-as-a-Service: Speed is Now Your Most Important Feature Posted on March 25th, 2016 by Peter Saulitis

    Just ask VC Fred Wilson. He says, “Speed is more than a feature. Speed is the most important feature. If your application is slow, people won’t use it.” So if you’ve been wondering why speed has appeared in every ad and on every website and product, there’s your answer. These days, it really doesn’t require […]

  • Catchpoint integrations
    Our Latest Integrations With Your Favorite Tools Posted on March 24th, 2016 by Peter Girard

    By now we’ve made it pretty clear that we value comprehensive monitoring, and that complete visibility into all of your systems and solutions is a key pillar to the success of your performance strategy. So it shouldn’t be all that surprising that we’ve allocated a lot of our efforts and focus to growing our integrations […]

  • ad blocking
    As Ad Blocking Puts A Premium On Web Performance, Ad Servers And Optimization Take Center Stage Posted on March 22nd, 2016 by Mehdi Daoudi

    Originally featured as a bylined article on AdExchanger.com Rather than pulling back, sites dependent on online advertising are being forced to find ways to circumvent the ad blocking challenge, on both desktop and mobile platforms. One key strategy is to focus on delivering speed and exceptional web performance. A desire to speed up web page […]

  • Third parties
    5 Tips to Get the Most out of Your Third Parties Posted on March 18th, 2016 by Craig Lowell

    One of the fundamental truths about web performance and user experience is that maintaining consistently excellent levels of both becomes more and more challenging as the complexity of a website increases. And of course, one of the biggest reasons why online systems have gotten so complex in recent years has been the increasing prevalence of […]

  • APM strategy
    6 Key Factors to Consider in Your APM Strategy Posted on March 15th, 2016 by Dennis Callaghan

    Originally featured as a slideshow presentation on ITBusinessEdge.com. The dynamic nature of IT Ops requires its professionals to be incredibly agile. If your systems aren’t as updated as the industry, your business is bound to fall behind. This is especially true for APM. Your business is only as strong as your performance; the strength of […]

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