Filtered By Tag: website performance

Note: Archived Content

This is the archived version of the Zoompf blog. Since our acquisition by Rigor, all our new research and posts on web performance are being published on The Rigor Blog

It’s Never Been Easier to Analyze Third Party Content with Zoompf

Today I’m happy to announce the release of some great new features to help you analyze (or ignore) the performance impact of the Third Party Content on your website using Zoompf Web Performance Optimizer. Third Party Content is any content linked from your webpage over which you do not have direct control. For example, an […]

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What’s in your Webperf Stack?

In the tech world, when we’re discussing software development, we use the term “development stack” with great frequency. One simple example is “LAMP”, which is the acronym for the development stack consisting of Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. There are many other dev stacks, and just recently, we’ve started hearing of new kinds of stacks, […]

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The SEO Expert’s Guide to Web Performance Using WebPageTest

Note: we guest posted this guide earlier this week on Moz.com and wanted to share with our Zoompf readers as well. We hope you find it useful! Any SEO professional knows that both site performance and user experience play an important role in search engine rankings and conversion rates. And just like there are great […]

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Passing Around the DevOps Hat – Help from The Terminator

Last year I posted an article on the growing DevOps movement, the focus on bridging the gap between development and technical operations teams to improve stability, performance and scalability of your website. It certainly takes some time to change the course of a big ship, but in our discussions at Zoompf we’ve been pleasantly surprised […]

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Improve Your Conversion Rates with Optimized Product Images

The following post was originally guest posted by Zoompf on the ChannelAdvisor ecommerce blog. For the e-commerce retailer, high quality images are critical to a positive buying experience. Rich, clear imagery can often make or break a successful sale. Of course as with everything in life, this comes at a cost. Did you know that […]

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How to Improve Your Conversion Rates with a Faster Website

This post was originally published by Zoompf as a guest blog on Moz.com on November 21, 2013. Due to the popularity of this guide we are also republishing here for your reference as well. Back in August the team at Zoompf published a joint research study with Moz analyzing How Website Speed Actually Impacts Search […]

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How Website Speed Actually Impacts Search Ranking

Recently Zoompf posted a guest blog to Moz.com discussing its recent study analyzing the impact of web performance on search ranking. The results surprised even us, and are worth digging into for anyone concerned about their search ranking. Below is an excerpt of this post, you can check out the full post on Moz.com.   Google […]

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3 Ways Web Designers Can Help Website Performance

Web Designers have a tough job: not only are they on the hook to make a website “beautiful”, they must possess the patience of a saint. Everyone has a different opinion of what looks good, and deadlines are always tight. To make matters worse, web designers rarely have time to think about web performance, which […]

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