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How Third-Party Tags Impacted Web Performance Black Friday through Cyber Monday 2016
By Josh Carter on November 30, 2016

Consumers spent more this year during the 4-day Black Friday weekend than ever before. With more transactions and a higher volume of shoppers, some of the largest retailers (including...

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Black Friday 2016: The Fastest and Slowest eCommerce Sites
By Josh Carter on November 28, 2016

Web sales on Black Friday totaled $3.34 billion this year. That's up 21.6% from 2015. 

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Connecting Web Performance with Revenue Using the Blue Triangle Business Overview
By Josh Carter on November 18, 2016

There's a shared belief among eBusinesses that web performance and revenue are somehow connected. So it comes as no surprise when more and more websites begin projects to improve speed....

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Web Performance Case Studies

How Improving Website Speed Grew Monthly Sales by $40 Million
By Josh Carter on October 17, 2016

Faster web performance usually translates to higher revenue. Here's an example that puts this theory to the test! 

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5 Misguided Principles of Web Performance (and how to revise them)
By Tim Grant on August 19, 2016

I’ve lost count how many times a web developer has told me, “Our entire site has to be 20% faster because ____ (first name) over in _____ (department name) said so.” Even more common is...

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Why Your Web Devlopment Team Should Care About Revenue
By Tony Russo on June 10, 2016

Slow Web Performance Impacts Your Business It’s not unusual for eCommerce website development teams to work in a heads-down approach – fix the website, update the website, don’t break...

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How to Prepare Your eCommerce Site for the Holidays
By Tony Russo on May 18, 2016

Last year, Blue Triangle discussed how important it is for business owners and site operations to load test for the important shopping days through the holidays. 

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How Fast is Fast Enough? Why Web Performance Isn’t Always Everything
By Josh Carter on April 28, 2016

In 2006, Amazon discovered that for every 100 milliseconds of page load delay, their overall sales declined 1%. Other studies state that a one second delay can result in a 7% reduction...

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Data Science and the Build Vs. Buy Dilemma
By Tim Grant on March 28, 2016

Identifying patterns in data can help businesses plan more effective website strategies. Many companies are adding Data Scientists to guide those decisions, such as identifying the...

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NCAA Basketball Selection Sunday Web Performance Analysis
By Josh Carter on March 14, 2016

March Madness is here. Millions of Americans are filling in their brackets online, predicting the Final Four and inevitably who will come up on top. And while the odds of creating a...

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