Why Is Page Speed Is Critical? How to Test and Improve Yours

Most sites lose about half of their visitors due to slow page speed. In fact, the average desktop web page bounce rate is 42%, the average mobile web page bounce rate is 58%, and the average post-click landing page bounce rate ranges from 60 to 90%. Not flattering numbers by any means, especially considering mobile usage continues to grow and it’s getting harder by the day to attract and keep consumer attention. According to Google, the

Information Generation: Reaching Millennials with a Data-Driven Approach

According to a recent survey by Zillow, millennials spend more time researching, shopping around for the best option and comparing prices before making a purchase. And while this new era of the ultra-informed consumer represents a major shift for brands and companies, it also provides a golden opportunity. While many marketers have shifted their marketing mix to focus on digital activities, it is equally important to take advantage of the same treasure trove of data that today’s

Mobile Experience and Its Impact on Trends

Smartphone ownership isn’t just on the rise, for many individuals it’s their entire means of connecting to the Internet. That connectivity is an opportunity for e-commerce sites and retail outlets, but only if your visitor’s mobile experience is superior to your competitors. Around the world, more and more people are making the jump to smartphone ownership. Learn how this move towards mobile is affecting the future of e-commerce and the retail industry as a whole.