Benchmark Your Web and Mobile User Experience

Yottaa's CEXi is a compound index that quantifies the desktop and mobile user experience of a web application far more accurately than any single metric. The CEXi combines objective, measurable aspects of performance, such as page load speed from both mobile and desktop simulations, with specific weighting calculations to provide online businesses with an overall performance score that simulates the actual feeling, positive or negative, of using their web applications for a modern, cross-device user.

The Customer Experience Index focuses on three aspects of web performance: speed, parity of experience (across devices), and how well a site is optimized in relation to its complexity.

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Month: October 2014

 In September, HubSpot CTO and co-founder, Dharmesh Shah, boldly stated that salaries for marketers are poised to double. At first glance, Shah’s statement seems brash; however, within the context of explosive marketing technology growth – this prediction may prove accurate.

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Gartner recently reported on their top 10 strategic technology trends for 2015.  In aggregate, I noticed that 3 larger themes emerge that define the focus areas underpinning business technology strategy in today’s rapidly evolving online marketplace.

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German automotive giant Audi made waves this week with an impressive demonstration – the company debuted a driverless car. This is, of course, not the world’s first autonomous vehicle, but this week’s demonstration was different because the Audi was fast – really, really fast!   *Image Source: Audi YouTube

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According to a Google report, 90% of mobile users use multiple screens sequentially to accomplish a task over time.

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Partnership Signals Recognition of End-User Optimization as a Driver of eCommerce Success

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Website speed. Everyone is talking about it and for good reason – speed matters on web applications. Here’s why you should be paying attention to page load time (if you’re not already). Why We Obsess with Site Speed 1.)  Search Engine Optimization – Speed metrics, such as page load time, are a real factor in Google’s […]

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