- Deploy the jQuery in source code instead of using it from Optimizely
This is one of the most common mistakes that makes jQuery redundant on the website and loads additional codes from a different source. To avoid burdening the bandwidth of the visitor that increases the page load time, choose ‘Do not include jQuery in project code’ for an enhanced customer experience.
- Use pre-loaders on the page to reduce the page load time for conversion rate optimization
Pre-loaders distribute the load. Instead of overloading Optimizely libraries and the test changes on a single channel, they load the Optimizely libraries on different channels, enabling the ab testing tool to perform faster.
- Be mindful of the cache expiry time.
A cache lowers the load on the bandwidth by storing some files on the local machines. But these files expire within a short time to accommodate new changes to adjust the time in Optimizely for performance enhancement. This process of loading the dynamic changes to the pages renders them slow in the bargain. Ideally a 15-minute window is recommended by Optimizely but more than that is not a good idea.
- Use Try Catch to avoid breaking of codes and creating a bad response.
3 best practices. A Faster Optimizely. And your Conversion rate optimization goals are free from team-based silos for an overall greater customer experience.
What’s more? You now have better insights into your website analytics for an improved CRM (Customer relationship management).