Make your ecommerce website fast and improve site performance - Yottaa
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Month: December 2011

At Yottaa, our mission is to make the web faster. Speed is in our DNA. Naturally, we had to incorporate this core value into our holiday party. So, the Boston office headed over to F1 Boston last week to put the pedal to the metal.

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This is a too familiar story that happens over and over again: Your marketing team executed a successful campaign and then your site crashed under the resulted 10X traffic -How disappointing?!   Not any more.

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Panic is setting in for the last-minute shoppers out there, and any online e-commerce site looking to compete against the big players had better have all their ducks in a row. Most important right now is clearly communicating likely shipping times and potential roadblocks to getting gifts in the right hands before the 25th. Speaking […]

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2011’s E-commerce season is shattering all records, not just in dollars spent and number of transactions but in its consistently high daily sales numbers. E-commerce sets another record comScore, a global provider of consumer behavior data reports that online holiday spending has surged 15% to a record $25 billion season to-date.  There have been over […]

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2011 saw the Internet continuing to play a massive role in not only people?s everyday lives, but also how businesses are succeeding. 2012 will not see any revolutionary new developments, but rather the continuation of many trends with roots in this and past years. I see next year being shaped by five major realizations: 2012 […]

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Last week I wanted to create a bookmarklet that displayed the W3C Navigation Timing API. I had our design team create a UI for the bookmarklet and investigate the Timing API and then built a prototype of the application. Then next step was to figure out how to turn the prototype in to a working […]

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