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Speed Tweak

Learn speed techniques you can use to increase page download speed. Speed Tweak of the Week shows how to optimize XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, graphics, and other web page components to maximize web site speed and usability.

Case Study: Walkerworldtrade.com Server Upgrade

Moving to a faster server can cut page load times by more than half, and improve behavior metrics like conversion and exit rates. We use Google Analytics to test Walkerworldtrade.com before and after a server upgrade. » more »

Form Conversion Rate Optimization

Learn how a combination of form optimization and speed improved conversion rates by more than 92%, » more »

Upgrade to a Faster Server: Results

We further explore the results of upgrading to a faster server. Overall the site showed improved response speed and website "stickiness." Average page load times improved by 48% to 60% server response times improved by more than 60%, and people stayed longer, viewed more pages, and bounced less. » more »

Upgrade to a Faster Server

Upgrading to a faster server can improve web page speed significantly, up to 66% faster for first paint time and 29% for load times. We moved an example site to a faster server to test the performance improvements. » more »

Velocity NYC Contest: Free Pass Giveaway

We've teamed up with O'Reilly to offer our readers a chance to win a free pass to the next Velocity conference in New York City.

Website Speed and SEO

Having a consistently "responsive" site will ensure that your site will be crawled and fully indexed, and will not suffer slow-loading ranking penalties. Optimizing the TTFB of your site is a good place to start to minimize the effects of speed on your SEO rankings » more »

Average Web Page Breaks 1600K

The size of the average web page passed 1600K for the first time in July. Page size appears to inversely correlate with site traffic. » more »
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