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Performance Insights Gives New Meaning to the Cost of Third Party Impact

By Aaron Rudger | April 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Performance Analytics, Web Performance
Performance Insights Gives New Meaning to the Cost of Third Party Impact

The New York Times recently reported Facebook’s intent to work directly with publishers to host media content on its site, rather than a link to an external post. Apart from what this means for the news industry and its business model, the news (no pun intended) demonstrated an emerging trend on today’s generation of sites and apps: the integration of third-party services with digital platforms.

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Ready to Lose All Your Traffic from Google Mobile Searches?

By Michael Kopp | April 6, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Mobile Quality, Web Performance, Performance Analytics
Ready to Lose All Your Traffic from Google Mobile Searches?

If you haven’t already heard, Google announced an upcoming update to their search algorithm that will use “mobile-friendliness” as a significant factor for determining rankings on all mobile searches. If your site doesn’t display well on mobile devices by April 21, you can kiss your Google mobile search traffic goodbye.

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Big Data for the Small Stuff

By Rachel Obstler | March 30, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Performance Analytics
Big Data for the Small Stuff

I love data. I’ve had many jobs throughout my career where I was analyzing, presenting, and selling data. Similarly, at Keynote, the data we provide to our customers so that they can improve their customers’ digital experience is at the core of our value proposition.

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Are Your Friends Cool?

By Steve Feloney | March 30, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Performance Analytics, Web Performance, Mobile Quality
Are Your Friends Cool?

Just as the friends you chose in high school determined your cool factor, today, the third-party content providers you choose as partners say a lot about your status in the digital experience. Under the current digital evolution, at least 30 percent of web and mobile sites are no longer under your control. How do you know if these “friends” that make up a third of your digital presence are the right ones to successfully navigate your digital business?

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Improving the Customer Experience with Keynote Digital Performance Intelligence

By Aaron Rudger | March 25, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Performance Analytics, Web Performance
Improving the Customer Experience with Keynote Digital Performance Intelligence

Three billion people around the world are now connected to the Internet via a mobile device. Two billion people have at least one social media account. The point? Digital channels are the new normal.

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Holding Digital Design Agencies to Performance SLAs

By Jennifer Tejada | March 20, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Web Performance, Executive Viewpoints
Holding Digital Design Agencies to Performance SLAs

Recently, I’ve been on the road meeting with customers, including marketing and digital heads at major manufacturers, retail giants, shipping and logistics leaders, and more. Every customer I meet with, regardless of industry, is seeing a marked increase in the importance of their digital channels, especially when it comes to traffic from smartphone and tablets. They tell me that creating an engaging digital experience that successfully achieves its intended business outcome is a complex and difficult challenge, even with the biggest budgets and most renowned digital agencies.

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Manage “Up” with Mobile Web Monitoring User Experience Metrics

By Dave Karow | March 11, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Web Performance
Manage “Up” with Mobile Web Monitoring User Experience Metrics

Whoever your boss is, and regardless of whether they know or even care about the intricate details of web performance management, it’s likely they care a lot about how your customers are treated through each digital channel. “User Experience Metrics” take Mobile Web Monitoring up a level, equipping you to have a conversation “up” through management with numbers that make more sense to them.

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Inspiring Innovation: Keynote to Host the University of Michigan Center for Entrepreneurship Students

By Shawn White | February 23, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Business Updates
Inspiring Innovation: Keynote to Host the University of Michigan Center for Entrepreneurship Students

Keynote is an incredible place. I started my career here, almost 20 years ago and coming out of college, I took on wide ranging roles such as building our first website (a new concept in 1995!), market and competitive research, architecting the world’s first globally distributed monitoring network, stints in sales engineering and customer support, network operations, managing facilities and data centers, which ultimately lead to my current position of overseeing the our global Service Delivery and Operations teams. This is what is so great working in the tech field; your opportunities are limited only by your own creativity, determination, and success—with a bit of luck sprinkled in.

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Keynote Mobile Testing Winter Update: Better Apps for Everyone!

By Aaron Rudger | February 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Mobile Quality
Keynote Mobile Testing Winter Update: Better Apps for Everyone!

As a mobile developer, have you ever felt guilty shipping code you have no clue will play nicely on Android Jelly Bean? Or might be wonky running on an iPad mini with iOS 7.1? Have you wished you could easily test your pre-commercial app on a smartphone or tablet other than your own? Well, now you can for free with Keynote Mobile Testing.

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At the Crossroads: Questions That Can Make IT and the Line of Business Fall in Love in #TheDigitalMoment

By Aaron Rudger | February 11, 2015 | Comments (1)

CATEGORIES: Performance Analytics, Mobile Quality, Web Performance
At the Crossroads: Questions That Can Make IT and the Line of Business Fall in Love in #TheDigitalMoment

Valentine's Day reminds us that love doesn’t always have to be as passive as we think it should be. What if two unlikely people who live in different places were brought together, inspired by the same goals? What if these two people were willing to feel more connected to each other and could do so within a short time?

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