On the 18th of April 2014, Business and financial commentator Alan Kholer posted a tweet about the re-launch of his commercial website – Business Spectator: Check out the new @businessspec home page. http://t.co/DB1BW87nhs — Alan Kohler (@AlanKohler) April 18, 2014 Here’s their internal post: http://www.businessspectator.com.au/article/2014/4/17/commercial/welcome-new-business-spectator So following his suggestion, and waiting several weeks to allow the […]
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About Mike Hudson
Mike is the founding director of QnQ Consulting. He has spent the last 12 years in the online space, with the last 6 in enterprise environments helping large complex websites improve their visibility and performance. Mike is currently working at SEEK Ltd as Organic Performance Manager.
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TL;DR This is an article on the performance (load times and related metrics) of the home-pages of Australia’s biggest banks, from data accumulated over 4 years. Some have improved, some haven’t. I’ve given non-consequential grades on each.
Feel free to file this under the “Who really cares” label, but when it comes to professional web designers and developers advocating best practices, those involved in making recommendations to others on website optimisation (including SEO) need to be mindful of perpetuating bad information. Common-use doesn’t make for correct-use. One of the most frequent mis-labeling […]
Speed optimization and loading times are a major factor in website performance. With that in mind, and with the ever evolving rate of new development in this space, QnQ Consulting has created sitespeed.com.au, a micro-blog of links, quotes and snippets from around the web that provide tools and resources for people involved in web-development, and […]
Recently on QnQ
- Site Review – Business Spectator July 24, 2014
- Australian bank websites – the good, the bad and the ugly July 9, 2014
- Tag vs Attribute Semantics September 11, 2012
- Introducing sitespeed.com.au July 15, 2011