Mobile commerce availability increases with better wireless networks

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Retailers all experience better site performance simply because of improvements to the networks, themselves. According to the Keynote Mobile Commerce Index, the wireless networks from Verizon and AT&T had been acting up, which had negatively impacted the smartphone site performance of all of the retailers on the index, but now that this problem is resolved, success rates have also improved. As the wireless networks smoothed out the issues they were experiencing, all of the index retailers saw improvements. That said, Keynote also pointed out that among all of the thirty…

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M-commerce speed at Best Buy improves as reliability drops

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The electronics retailer has managed the slash its load time by 1.5 seconds, but errors are more common. According to the latest report from Keynote Systems on m-commerce performance, the mobile homepage at Best Buy has an average load time of 10.82 seconds, which isn’t great but that is significantly improved over the results from the previous week. The load time combined with the site availability are what are measured by Keynote for its index. Both of those factors were taken into account when the ranking for the site’s position…

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Mobile commerce performance at Rakuten Shopping was steady in May

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The smartphone friendly site was able to keep solid load time and availability last month. According to the latest report from Keynote Systems regarding the performance of the mobile commerce website at Rakuten Shopping, the company was able to maintain steady results throughout all of May, but it would actually be possible to improve if some interesting changes were made. The site has opted to load a desktop file which actually hamper’s the page’s performance ability. That said, the mobile commerce homepage for Rakuten Shopping was able to load at…

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Mobile commerce performance at American Eagle Outfitters improves

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An important milestone has now been reached by the clothing retailer’s smartphone strategy. The teen fashion retailer has just made it into the top ten list of the Keynote Mobile Commerce Performance Index for the first time since it has established its smartphone friendly campaigns and site. The chain’s homepage was recorded to have an average load time of 11.23 seconds. This, according to the tests that were performed by Keynote for its mobile commerce index on the week that ended on April 7. This reduced load time for the…

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M-commerce website performance crushed by GameStop’s huge homepage

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The size of the page was damaging to its ability to load quickly and hurt its Keynote Index score. The GameStop online retailer’s m-commerce website experienced a crushing load time of 19.53 seconds last week as its massive homepage side proved to be too much for many mobile consumers, especially as it loaded successfully only 98.99 percent of the time. This, according to the data gathered by Keynote Systems for the most recent week of their index. Keynote Systems feels that GameStop simply made its m-commerce homepage too big to…

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M-commerce performance from J.C. Penney reaches top 10 levels

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Keynote believes that a few simple steps could propel its successes even further upward. Over the last few weeks, J.C. Penney has been moving upward on the Keynote Mobile Commerce Performance Index, but it made a considerable leap in m-commerce performance success during the week that ended on January 27. In that week, it brought itself up by a striking five positions, to reach the No. 10 position. Earlier this month, the company had been in 21st place, which helps to illustrate the difference that has been made by the…

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M-commerce website from Sports Authority drops the ball

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The site performance for smartphones and tablets has fallen short through slow loading times. Keynote Systems has just released their latest m-commerce report, which has described the performance of the Sports Authority optimized website as being “unacceptable”. Much of this rating was based on the poor load time of the site’s home page, which has notably increased. According to the Keynote Mobile Commerce Performance Index, the average load time of the Sports Authority Inc’s m-commerce home page grew by a considerable 3.62 seconds during the week that ended on January…

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