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05/19/2017

Going to IRCE?

If so, meet with Yottaa at booth #636 to find out how you can improve your website performance by up to 60% and increase online conversions up to 20%.

We can even schedule a free onsite performance assessment for you at IRCE to see how your site stacks up against the fastest loading eCommerce sites.

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Month: February 2014

The BRIT Awards Choose Yottaa for Scalability and Reliability for the Second Year

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We don’t have forever, baby daylight’s wasting

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Google Analytics has grown to become a powerful web analytics tool for traffic measurement, audience segmentation, e-commerce tracking and mobile analytics.  There are many situations that you may want to provide someone “read-only” access to your Google Analytics data, such as collaborating with vendors, partners, consultants, etc.  Here is  a step-by-step guide: 1. Log into […]

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Want to decrease bounce rate? Bounce rate is often regarded as the most frustrating marketing metric. Why? One reason is because it’s so definitive. But another is that reducing bounce rate is difficult because of the limited period of time there is to make a first impression. Bounce rate measures the number of visitors that […]

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This is a guest post by David Rosenfeld. David is an analyst at Infinite Conversions, a conversion rate optimization agency focusing on real-world financial metrics impacting websites. He has experience as a lawyer and in funds management. He can be contacted at david.rosenfeld@infiniteconversions.com or you can give his site a visit at www.infiniteconversions.com.

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With all Google has done in the past few years around site speed and SEO, it’s no secret now that marketers need to be concerned with improving performance – to stay golden in the eyes of Google, and, more importantly, to meet user expectations. But an optimization project can seem like a steep hill to […]

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Every marketer knows that faster pages lead to fewer bounces, and that a faster site converts better overall…right? In reality, speed is important, but the benefits are finite. Once you achieve page load times in the 2-4 second range, you’ve reached the point of diminishing returns from a marketing conversion perspective. Read on for five […]

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