Page Load Speed Tips for Ecommerce Managers

April 6, 2014

It’s widely accepted that minimising page load speed is good practice for ecommerce, to ensure visitors get a fast service and search engines don’t mark the webpages down for usability.

But what does this mean? What are the techniques you need to use to achieve this? And if you’re not technical, how can you make sense of the jargon to make sensible decisions?

In this guest blog for Econsultancy, I look at the most common causes of slow page loads speeds, which will hopefully give ecommerce managers a useful starting place.

You can read the full article at Econsultancy.com

Thanks, James 

James Gurd

James is an experienced ecommerce & digital marketing consultant. He helps B2C and B2B Clients translate brands into sustainable digital channels, using relevant ecommerce techniques to drive acquisition and ensure that retention strategies optimise the investment. He has worked across multi-channel, pureplay and start-ups.

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