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BizReport | Mobile Marketing June 18, 2013

Study: Mobile users will wait

The wait time for page loads may be lengthening. For some time, it has been a best practice for businesses to ensure their pages loaded within 5 seconds. But new data out from the SOASTA 2013 Website and Mobile App... >>

BizReport | Internet February 20, 2012

Mobile users will wait a little longer for mobile webpages to load

A wait of 2-3 seconds for a website to load on a PC is long enough, say consumers, but when browsing the web on their mobile phone many allow a little more time before abandoning the website, according to recent... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content March 11, 2011

Top 3 ways to decrease page load times

In 2010, a TagMan study found that for every second a page does not load, consumers click away. Most don't return, figuring if the page didn't load the first time, there will be no change with a second or even... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce April 27, 2010

Study: Consumers abandon slow loading websites

A recent roll-out from Google makes it more important than ever to have a quickly loading website. The Google addition ranks websites from search queries based on page load time. That, along with more metrics showing that consumers click away... >>

BizReport | Internet January 21, 2010

Broadband to reach 1 billion consumers

Over the next three years brands and marketers, online and offline, will benefit from the use of broadband services. Why? According to a new In-Stat report broadband subscribers will top the 1 billion mark by 2013. This means more consumers... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce January 13, 2010

New tool calculates financial impact of slow page load times

Page load time is a big issue. Consumers expect an immediate response from a website, no matter which network or device they access it from. For some marketers speeding up their webpage load times isn't high on their list of... >>

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