How E-Commerce Brands Should Optimize and Thrive During a Downturn

Ann Pichestapong
May 15, 2020

Slow pageload remains one of the biggest factor that turns customers away. The best thing to do is to keep auditing your website on a regular basis to identify new opportunities.

After having been in the industry for more than 15 years, he's got really interesting insights about e-commerce trends and stats he's been noticing. This is the interview for you if you're wondering “How's an entrepreneur like me supposed to grow my store despite all the uncertainties?”

In this episode, Bob discusses strategies that you should do to future-proof your e-commerce website once things are back to normal.

You can tune in below 👇or Apple Podcasts, Spotify, PlayerFM to listen to Bob.

On this episode, you will learn:

  • Why site speed is important and how to take an audit of your website
  • Noticeable e-commerce trends and changes in behaviours post-COVID
  • How to prioritise projects and apps for your store

Bob Buffone, Co-Founder and CTO of Yottaa, a US-based web and mobile optimization services company.

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About the author

Ann is the co-founder and CEO of DataCue. Her unique background as a data scientist and an ex-management consulting helps her use sophisticated technology to solve real business problems. Her passion is to open up the power of personalization from only big tech companies to everyone.

Sobre el autor

Ann es co-fundadora y CEO de DataCue. Su experiencia única como cientista de datos y consultora la llevado a usar tecnología sofisticada para resolver problemas de negocio reales. Su misión es extender la poderosa herramienta de la personalización, hoy relegado a grandes compañías, para todas las empresas del mercado.

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