Latest from the Yottaa Blog: mCommerce in 2024: Mobile eCommerce Best Practices
Take control of your site performance
Gain complete visibility into your third-party apps to deliver a faster, safer site experience for every customer, from discovery to purchase.
Site Speed Matters
Slow eCommerce sites are conversion killers. When pages take longer than 4 seconds to load over 60% of shoppers bounce. This lag time is most often caused by third-party technologies – the same technologies you depend on to provide great shopper experiences. Fortunately, you don’t have to choose between functionality and site speed.
Timing is Everything
YOTTAA optimally sequences the loading of third-party technologies and other digital elements in the browser, such as high resolution images, for fast, more efficient page loads. Our patented application sequencing benefits your brand by:
- Improving conversion rates up to 20%
- Increasing online revenue streams
- Providing fast and engaging shopper experiences
When all your third-parties and browser-based digital elements are properly optimized for speed, you can be sure your shoppers will enjoy a top-notch user experience which translates to higher conversions.
You’re in Control
YOTTAA gives you visibility and control over all the browser-based elements on your eCommerce site. Our analytics dashboards and patented software provides deep insight into the performance of your site and the optimizations needed to improve site speed and increase conversions. You can even bypass third-party failures before they cause performance problems on your site.
Avoid the bounce.
Don’t let slow site performance cost you conversions.
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“In evaluating YOTTAA, we set very aggressive site speed and conversion goals to justify the investment. Yottaa easily beat those goals and provided additional value around security and visibility into the performance of all site elements.”