We’re pleased to announce the introduction of two higher volume live streaming plans, CORP and NET.
These new plans are aimed at users who produce high volumes of traffic, and need the ability to create as many simultaneous streams as required.
To see the full details of these new plans, visit our pricing page.
We’ve recently added the ability to insert your own custom Google Analytics code within the default MetaCDN video player.
The main benefit of this feature is that it allows you to track real-time viewer stats within Google Analytics. This feature is available for users on the Live Pro plan and above.
Check out our detailed support article here which details how to enable the integration, and how to view real-time stats within the Google Analytics interface.
Lets have a look at how you can leverage browser caching to further optimize your site and reduce your load times. First off, what is browser caching? A web browser cache stores elements from a site such as HTML files, fonts and scripts so when you re-visit that site it doesn’t have to re-download everything, saving time and data.
In short – Yes it does.
We all love to hate those pesky ‘loading symbols’ but what do they actually mean for your pages SEO? Well, Google ranks pages on a number of determinants however; one of the highest-ranking determinants is page load time. This means that if your page suffers from slow page load times or your competitors simply have faster load times then you could be ranked below them in Google search results.
Running an online sale can be an extremely stressful experience! With our list of the top 6 tips for running a sale, we can hopefully help reduce those stress levels and suggest some advice you might not have factored in.