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How To Succeed at Responsive Design Without Really Trying

Last post we examined the pros and cons of responsive design for ecommerce. One of the biggest hindrances for websites embracing responsive is the time and effort it takes to get it done, and the risk of the unknown ROI the project carries. While a full ...
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The Pros and Cons of Responsive Design for Ecommerce

Responsive design is not just a fad, it’s a real response to the need for websites to serve users across devices in an efficient and scalable way. But it’s been relatively slow to catch on with ecommerce — with only 2% of the IR500 using ...
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The 6 Deadly Sins That Could Cripple Your Mobile SEO

In Google’s quest to deliver nothing but the most relevant and satisfying search results, it’s rolling out a several mobile ranking changes in the near future that will affect some non-responsive mobile sites. Not long ago, it was believed ...

Why Ecommerce Sites are Getting Slower [Infographic]

This week’s infographic Friday Thursday is courtesy of Radware, sharing insights from their recent survey of 2,000 top trafficked ecommerce sites (Alexa), comparing year-over-year data on website performance (site speed). Click to enlarge infographic Tweetables: The ...
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Study Shows Top Ecommerce Websites Not Getting Faster

Despite advances in hardware, networks and browsers, web page performance is not getting faster among the most trafficked ecommerce sites, according to research by Strangeloop Networks. State of the Union: Ecommerce Page Speed and Performance [Fall 2012] ...
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