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Old 05-10-2016, 00:19   #1
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having website latency issues

I have a question about website latency, is it true that a one second delay in page load speed causes an average 7% drop in conversion, 11% drop in page views and 16% drop in customer satisfaction? this is for e-commerce sites.

How do you reduce latency and speed up content delivery?If you have any ideas on how to solve website latency problems faster, please share it with me. I would greatly appreciate it. thanks!
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Old 05-10-2016, 08:54   #2
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Re: having website latency issues

I'm latency intolerant.

A simple google search would IMO bring up better results than asking on a community forum. How are we expected to be able to tell you if some statistics are true or not?
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Old 11-10-2016, 03:04   #3
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Re: having website latency issues

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I have a question about website latency, is it true that a one second delay in page load speed causes an average 7% drop in conversion, 11% drop in page views and 16% drop in customer satisfaction? this is for e-commerce sites.

How do you reduce latency and speed up content delivery?If you have any ideas on how to solve website latency problems faster, please share it with me. I would greatly appreciate it. thanks!
I've spotted an article about speed problems. It was written that a delay can possibly affect the page load speed. Anyway, I found out that "tags" can also affect the performance of a computer system and this is the reason why a company wants to set governance in order to manage tagging and tracking. Perhaps in a way, it can help reduce website latency issues.
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