Online Marketing Consultant at M Jain Consulting Inc..
16 September 2010 06:07am
not sure if someone out here can align to what im looking for.
Recently, to improve the performance of my website, I'm implementing the web cache for my website between server and user requests.
However in between I also afraid how the caching will be impacted on the Landing pages, where I'm using tracking parameters. Is there any solution to this issue, that will really be appreiated.
Thanks in advance,
CEO at SciVisum.co.uk
17 September 2010 19:44pm
web caching done well is a good way to improve your web performance when you have a lot of users.
But you need to tell us more about what you have done with caching, as there are many types:
Sometimes if our usage pattern is unusual, it is only by doing some web load testing that you will find out the benefit (or lack of) from your caching - as the theory that caching is good can be lost in the implementation.
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