Category Archives: Performance analytics

Regularly, we offer you deeply analyzes on performance-related topics: from the study case, to the benchmark of a solution, through the analysis of recent news regarding web performance evolution or issues.

Are the 50 most sold WordPress themes fast enough?

The theme of your website or your blog is essential to assure its success. Indeed, the graphic look but also the navigational structure allow you to distinguish yourself from your competition and to offer a quality experience to your visitors. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to realize or to have someone realize a tailor-made theme, whether it is for time or budget restraints.

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Red Slow Label: A Strong Sign from Google

For the first time a few days ago, a web user spotted a new feature in his mobile research results: the Red Slow Label. This indicator appears as a red box with “Slow” written in it and located right in front of the result’s URL.

This discovery has aroused a keen interest among the SEO communities and the websites’ editors, I suggest you to learn more accross this article.

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Sales 2015: web performance of e-commerce websites

57% of Internet users consider that a website should be loaded in less than 3 seconds. In addition, according to the FEVAD: “61% of e-buyers (had) the intention to make their purchases on Internet during the winter sales” 2015.

Based on this observation, we took interest in the main French e-commerce sites’ performance, before and during this crucial period.

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Web Performance: Last Trends (August 2014)

Each month, DareBoost relays the figures published by HTTParchive.org and offers you a state of the web. This article deals with the latest data, of August, 1st 2014.

As we are used to doing, we will compare these data, with those of last year (August 2013) and those of last month (read last month’s article), for the top 1 000 most visited websites.

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