Results with Moovweb XDN:
32% organic traffic lift
from its instant eCommerce PWA
13% conversion lift
due to sub-second speeds
Outranks Amazon, Wayfair
Williams-Sonoma, and other multi-billion dollar competitors
300ms average page loads
from search with auto AMP conversion
543ms median browsing speeds
regardless of network quality
Annie Selke, a leading home and decor retailer, introduced its first cotton woven rug over 15 years ago, and has slowly evolved to become a mega-retailer. While Annie Selke never intended to launch a brand under her name, the fast growing customer base of her two existing brands (Pine Cone Hill and Dash & Albert) drove her to unite them under the Annie Selke umbrella. Since then, the retailer has expanded its customer base on a global scale, selling its products in more than 3,000 physical locations nationwide with distribution available in Europe, Australia, and Canada.
Annie Selke has adapted to the changing technological landscape, launching a React-based sub-second eCommerce progressive web app (PWA) on the Moovweb XDN. Its instant website boosted organic traffic by 32% and lifted revenue by 13% boost to conversions. Moreover, although the home and decor retailer’s annual revenue is less than 10% that of Amazon, it outranks the eCommerce giant in SEO, as well as other multi-billion dollar competitors including Williams-Sonoma, Wayfair, and Overstock for various key phrases.
Since Google’s ‘Speed Update’ rolled out in early 2019, fast-loading websites have been ranked higher than slower loading websites. Annie Selke is a shining example of a website rising in the ranks by following the lead of the search giant and investing in website speed.
Before Annie Selke launched its instant eCommerce PWA on the Moovweb XDN, it would only appear far below the fold on Google’s SERP, if it even made the first page. This became detrimental for the home and decor retailer, considering that the average eCommerce company sees a large share of its traffic and revenue come from organic and paid search. Today, the retailer outranks its multi-billion dollar competitors, boosting overall organic traffic by 32% and mobile organic traffic by 40.41%.
Annie Selke was able to outrank industry leaders with much larger teams and budgets dedicated to SEO with its sub-second website. The average first-page loads reduced from several seconds to 0.74s across channels, with an average of 300ms first-loads from search, on the Moovweb XDN. Once onsite, customers browse through the pages at lightning speeds, with half of the website load in under half a second.
Just search for ‘cotton woven rugs’ on your phone to see Annie Selke ranking #1 and experience the instant speeds in which the AMP page loads from search and any other page thereafter.
These unprecedented loads times result from optimizing speed across the browser, edge, and server. The browser is optimized with an eCommerce PWA with server-side rendering and automatic AMP conversion out-of-the-box. The edge is optimized with Moovweb’s CDN-as-Code with 95%+ cache hit rates for dynamic content at the edge. Finally, the server is optimized by going headless and optimizing APIs with Moovweb’s backend for frontend. By optimizing speed across the stack you can squeeze every millisecond out of every optimization effort to deliver instant eCommerce websites.
Moovweb XDN benefits
median page loads (LCP)
average organic trafffic growth
the world's only auto AMP conversion solution
cache hit rate for dynamic content at the edge
in revenue flows through the Moovweb XDN a year
1/3rd of US shoppers
visit a Moovweb-powered website every month
Industry leaders including 1-800-Flowers, Venus.com, and The Tie Bar are already enjoying amazing speeds on the Moovweb XDN and reaping the benefits of sub-second websites, including higher ranking, organic traffic growth, and an average of 15-30% increase in conversions.
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