As we do every quarter at Radware, we're releasing a new "state of the union" report – an in-depth snapshot…
There are compelling arguments why companies – particularly online retailers – should care about serving faster pages to their users.…
Web page speed tests of the top 20 holiday ecommerce sites – from Amazon to Zappos – showing huge disparities in site speed and page load time. I also demonstrate some new ways to visually present test results to make them meaningful to other stakeholders in your organization.
Updating my performance stats “cheat sheet” with brand-new data from Gomez and old-ish data from Forrester.
The mainstream web performance community is rapidly amassing reams of data in this area. But when it comes to the mobile web, we’re pretty much at square one. The problem is threefold: lack of performance-measuring tools, need for large-scale A/B testing, and lack of information sharing.
A summary of what’s been added to this popular post about performance stats and business metrics.
Optimizing web performance may not be a red-button topic yet… but it will be. In the inaugural post for Web Performance Today, I talk about how internet speed has changed between 1999 and now and why, if you’re an ecommerce retailer — or anyone who cares about online conversion — you need to care about web acceleration.