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2016 State of the Union: Multi-industry Web Performance - Desktop Edition

Websites are trying to do too much, and website owners are failing to optimize. The result is lost revenue, because time equals money when it comes to website performance. The key is optimization; the question is how to accomplish it? Read Radware’s Multi-Industry Web Performance State of the Union (desktop edition) to uncover how.

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Browse data sheets, case studies, whitepapers and more on Radware’s front-end optimization solution, FastView. Accelerate typical web page performance up to 40%.

Websites are trying to do too much, and website owners are failing to optimize. The result is lost revenue, because time equals money when it comes to website performance. The key is optimization; the question is how to accomplish it? Read Radware’s Multi-Industry Web Performance State of the Union (desktop edition) to uncover how.

By 2019, 25% of all global online travel bookings will be from mobile devices. According to a recent Radware study, 76% of the industry’s top 100 sites are slow to load, frustrating travelers and causing site abandonment. Read “State of the Union: Mobile Performance of the Top Travel Sites” for tips to ensure fast user experience.

In this new research we’ve set out to uncover factors that drive engagement when considering the various loading sequences available to a page. Read this report to learn how these findings can play an important part in helping you capitalize on strategies to increase user engagement.

Slow websites fail to deliver sales. It only takes 3 seconds for most site visitors to abandon a page if they can’t interact, yet only 12% of top ecommerce sites are meeting customer expectations for both content and speed. This holiday season, eRetailers are putting billions at risk by adding features and failing to take advantage of core optimization techniques. Read this research to learn the “magic formula” for website optimization.

Three seconds is all it takes for visitors to abandon a page if not loaded quickly enough. When websites are slow, every business metric suffers - from page views and bounce rate to conversion and revenue. Read this new research to fine-tune performance and take a more aggressive approach to front-end optimization.

With mobile usage overtaking desktop usage, mcommerce is booming. Delivering a fast mobile experience has never been more crucial. Two out of three mobile users expect pages to load in 4 seconds or less. We tested mobile load times for the top 100 ecommerce sites — both the m-dot and full site — and found that the average site does not meet user expectations.