Slow websites are not only friendly but also unsuccessful.
PSO is to modify website displaying speed faster and has a very strong impact and influence to become one of successful element for most of websites.
Only few people had focused on PSO but people have been interested in PSO technology after Google has started counting PSO rates to their algorithms in 2010.
PSO MERITS: DECREASE OF BOUNCE RATES / INCREASE OF PVS / SEO (SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION) / PSO WITH DESIGNS / SHORT-TERM IMPROVEMENT
ESPRESSO CODING has been researched and developed individual unique approaches to PSO and our PSO has been evaluated and assessed by many companies.
People will get much more stressed in viewing slow websites more ISPs provide faster and faster broadband connections.
ESPRESSO CODING will not tolerate leaving websites in slow environments.
We are here now and will be there for changing your websites better and faster.
PSO led to faster displaying speed and better analytics.
- Viewers started tending to stay 10% longer.
- 3% decrease of bounce rates.
- 20% increase of PVs.
0.5 seconds display speed delay will drop PVs down to 20%.
2 seconds of response time will decrease 4.3% of whole sales number per each user.
1 second of display speed delay will influence 0.1% decrease of whole sales.
40% of whole users will bounce viewing websites if rendering takes more than 3 seconds.
79% of users will never come back to websites where they felt stressful or either unsuccessful.
- WEB+DB PRESS
2010.10.22 WEB+DB PRESS Vol.59 (publication)
ESPRESSO CODING PSO article "the display speed is all about front end coding" has been posted.
Many feedbacks have been sent and proved the next web trend will be PSO.
2010.06.30 MarkeZine (web)
ESPRESSO CODING PSO article has been posted in three times.
ESPRESSO CODING sets speed comparison matrix to YSlow, the score of A90 points.
Most of website building and designing companies have difficulties to mark over the 90points of YSlow.
- ※ YSlow is a performance measurement tool specialized in displaying speed and developed by Yahoo! Inc.