It’s looming quickly on the horizon: that Q4 rush, the one-two punch of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Even though Q4 approaches quickly, you’ve been tuning your site for months to get it to peak performance. For this last-minute tuning, we offer a few tips for an ecommerce performance testing checklist to help you get the most out of the final sprint.
One of the most common questions we hear is this: “what’s good e-commerce site performance?” The short answer is: it depends. The longer answer is more helpful: it depends, but there are some good baselines and rules of thumb that can help you get started.
One of the most important e-commerce areas to test is your shopping cart. Here, we’ll share some essential e-commerce tips and strategies to help you remove barriers to purchase through load testing your critical purchasing path.
— Wagento is a group that specializes in eCommerce development, SEO, marketing, web design and much more. As you could have guessed from their name, they’re masters of the Magento platform, and they’re constantly solving problems for their ever-growing list of great clients.
In this case, Wagento needed load testing, so they turned Load Impact.
An e-commerce website that grinds to halt simply because there are too many customers attempting to gain access at one time is akin to a supermarket with no parking spaces and isles so narrow that only one shopper can enter at a time, while the rest sit outside waiting to enter and make a purchase.