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06/24/2019

Headed to eTail East?

If you will be attending eTail East in Boston on August 19-21, stop by the Yottaa booth 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 East!

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The website performance anomaly is the scourge of every eCommerce team. You spend all summer tuning the performance of your new holiday site, and inevitably a javascript outside your control takes over and adds seconds to page load times. Think anomalies won’t happen to you? Think again. Apollo 13 was all about a statistical outlier […]

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A Google outage earlier this month caused site performance problems to ripple through the eCommerce ecosystem. On Sunday, June 2, many websites that rely on Google Cloud infrastructure or embed Google javascript (advertising, analytics, maps) saw slower site performance for several hours. The most devastating impact was felt by Shopify websites, which were down for […]

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If you’re replatforming your eCommerce site, take a lesson from the recent Kentucky Derby when it comes to site speed. You need to have fast loading pages right out of the gate, but you also can’t let shoppers disqualify you further down the track due to unforeseen performance anomalies. This is especially true when launching […]

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This week chiefmartech.com released their 2019 Marketing Technology Landscape, which lists all marketing and eCommerce technologies in the U.S. marketplace. Eight years ago, this list consisted of 150 technologies. Today, it has over 7,000. There seems to be a new technology available for every possible business unit and marketing function in your organization. Many are […]

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You have to get the holidays right. When so many shoppers are visiting your site during such a short time period, you need every offer and promotion timed correctly. Each slow third-party application or poor-performing API impacts a customer’s perception of your brand, as noted in a recent RetailDive article, 5 issues most likely to […]

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The coming holiday season is destined to break records again in terms of eCommerce sales from mobile devices. Your retail holiday sales could hinge on your mobile eCommerce performance – how easily mobile shoppers can convert in the moment. Is your mobile eCommerce website ready? Retail Systems Research (RSR) analyzed mobile eCommerce performance in their […]

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Last updated on February 28th, 2018This month a group of security research organizations announced two security vulnerabilities in Intel processors – Meltdown and Spectre.  These vulnerabilities could allow sophisticated hackers to access information and passwords from other accounts using the same hardware. The implications for any eCommerce organizations using shared cloud infrastructure are significant.  The […]

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Last updated on January 9th, 2018Making your eCommerce website fast should be a no-brainer. Deciding how isn’t as easy. One place to start is by using free tools like Google’s PageSpeed Module, more commonly referred to as Mod_PageSpeed. I was recently asked whether Mod_PageSpeed might be “good enough” to make an eCommerce site load faster. Here […]

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Fall is in the air and that can mean only thing for the eCommerce industry: we all come together for one of the biggest online retailing conferences of the year. Every fall retailers make the pilgrimage to the Shop.org Digital Summit to learn about the latest digital shopping trends and technologies to improve their ecommerce […]

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You’ve just completed a webperf project and your site is blisteringly fast. When you review Google Analytics, just like the rules of thumb suggest, you see your web traffic increase – awesome! But the euphoria is quickly followed by the disappointment when you see an increase in bounce rate as well. What’s going on?

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