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01/22/2019

Headed to eTail West?

If you will be attending eTail West in Palm Springs on February 19-22, stop by the Yottaa booth (#611) for a free website performance evaluation.

Retailers such as Carter's, The Container Store, Lands' End, and many more have been able to improve site performance up to 60% and increase online conversions up to 20% using Yottaa.

Click the button below to schedule your free site performance evaluation at eTail West!

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JavaScript Performance

eCommerce websites are too slow, according to recent studies from Retail Systems Research and Google research. But performance is no longer dictated by images and bandwidth. When shoppers have to wait more than 3 seconds for slow web pages, it’s usually due to 3rd party services that are loading in the background. The first step to […]

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Last updated on August 1st, 2018Speed up your Shopify website this holiday season without sacrificing user experience. How great is it that Shopify websites let you add Limespot personalized recommendations, Yotpo product reviews, and other features built by 3rd party vendors? Unfortunately, each new 3rd party JavaScript added to your website introduces variability and delays […]

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Last updated on August 1st, 2018This holiday eCommerce websites will have even more 3rd party technologies running their shopping experience. Retail Systems Research (RSR) recently reported that large eCommerce sites now use more than 130 third party requests to build a page. These are requests that the retailer has little control over. So what happens […]

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Last updated on March 23rd, 2018An outage at Google’s DoubleClick division had a significant impact on the retail industry yesterday. According to our data, the outage affected almost all eCommerce websites between 3pm and 6pm ET on Tuesday. Any website utilizing Google Ad services on their website for tracking or re-targeting experienced longer than usual […]

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Why do we keep hearing about slow eCommerce websites during the holiday? eCommerce sales broke records this year, with almost $20B spent over the 5 days, according to Adobe Digital Insights. But slow page loading and outages once again derailed the holiday sales of several major websites. Most notable were H&M, Lowe’s, and The GAP. […]

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Last updated on November 20th, 2017 One of the top priorities for any front end developer is creating better web performance and an improved user experience overall. One of the best ways to accomplish this is by making edits and changes to JavaScript code that make it run more efficiently. More often than not, marketing […]

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Last updated on November 20th, 2017  Third party tags are bad for web performance. Tags — the on-page manifestations of web services beloved by online marketers — introduce extra work for the visitor’s browser. Whether it’s for social media integration or even a simple pixel tracker, tags introduce at least one request to a page’s download process. […]

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Last updated on November 20th, 2017 The practice of “inlining” CSS and JavaScript is a time-tested WPO technique. It can significantly cut load times by minimizing the number of individual assets on a website (thereby reducing the number of trips that must be made from the client to the server and back to load the […]

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Last updated on August 1st, 2018 “Why is my website is slow?” Poor JavaScript performance – hosted and third party – could be the problem. Here’s how to find out if it’s ailing you and your website visitors!

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Last updated on November 20th, 2017  JavaScript performance is always on the mind of engineers as they chip away at average page load times.  But occasionally a JavaScript failure is so bad that it bubbles up to the attention of the average web user. That’s exactly what happened last Friday, when the “Login with Facebook” script […]

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