In Optimizing Optimizely Part 1 we uncovered how the implementation of the snippet impacts on customer experience and discussed some best practices covering how to implement the Optimizely snippet. In this article we take a look at how to optimize further to gain improved web performance for client-side in-browser implementations.
Sizing the Optimizely snippet
Part 1 covered how long the snippet can take to.....
As a foremost digital experience platform, Optimizely is relied on by organisations world-wide, yet it’s impact upon web performance is often overlooked. Here we take a look at how to resolve this.
As an important tool in the Digital Manager’s toolkit, digital experimentation platforms deliver considerable business benefits but often at the expense of faster loading web pages. In this multi-part article we take a look at some of the inhibitors to web performance that come with these platforms and how you may potentially reduce their impact on customer experience.
In the search for excellent customer experience, digital experimentation tools providing A/B testing and multi-variate testing (MVT), are important tools in the Digital M.....
Not understanding why web performance matters can be costly to your business. Here we discuss why and what you can do about it.
Everyone wants the best experience possible when accessing, browsing and buying products and services online and an important aspect of this is ensuring your online service is fast. This discussion is for Business, IT and Digital stakeholders and highlights some of the reasons why this is important. Ignore it at your own cost!!
If you are Lewis Hamilton on the front row of the grid in a Formula 1 (F1) race, he is not thinking about how good his car looks, only one thing is in his mind; Performance. He is concerned about the performance of his competitors and.....
A look at how cellular network speed really can affect website performance.
Time is Money
In 1748 Benjamin Franklin wrote in an essay titled Advice to a Young Tradesman, Time is Money. This maxim was as relevant then as it is now as we apply pressure on our web development teams to deliver not only high functionality websites but also ever faster websites. To achieve this developers are implementing proven best practices, such as image compression, content delivery networks and techniques to avoid render blocking to meet an almost insatiable demand for fast loading content to improve the user experience.
Over the past few years all of the browser vendors have substantially enhanced the surety of their product and with it the security of the internet. This has led to a much wider adoption of the encrypted hypertext transport protocol HTTPS, and browser will now mark websites as ‘not secure’, especially when a form, for example a login or credit card details, is requested.
Specifically, pages that included forms where login credentials or credit card details could be entered would be labelled as not secure.
This approach makes p.....