Online Shopping Keeps Americans From Losing Their Tempers, Survey Says

So many pressures. So many expectations. So much hassle. It's not surprising that online shopping provides a cocoon of sanity.

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2015 Holiday Shoppers Demand High-Performing Websites

According to SOASTA's survey, website performance will strongly influence how Americans do their online holiday shopping. In fact, 70 percent of Americans' browsing and online shopping habits would be influenced by website performance grades, including how and where they would do their online holiday shopping.

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Does Christmas Music Make You Lose Your Temper?

Twenty-eight percent of American parents claimed that Christmas music and decor before Thanksgiving makes them lose their temper, according to a survey from SOASTA, a performance analytics firm.

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The Path to Performance Podcast feat. Tammy Everts

Tammy Everts, Senior Researcher and Evangelist at SOASTA, discuss getting started with performance budgets, why you should focus on article and product page load times instead of homepage load times, how to build a case for improved web performance to your company or team, the real impact of performance on the bottom line, and more!

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Online Shopping as Retail Therapy?

SOASTA found that 66 % of American parents expect to lose their temper this holiday season over annoyances such as traffic/parking (38 %), long lines at stores (37 %) and websites and mobile apps that don't work (19 %).

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Load Performance Challenges During the UK General Election Campaign

STV deployed the SOASTA CloudTest platform in the weeks immediately prior to the UK General Election. “While the Scottish referendum debates of 2014 had provided valuable insights about our online platforms, the Scottish Leaders debate presented a new set of challenges,” said John Catnach, Service Delivery Manager, STV.

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