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Search, Website Slowdowns Can Cost Brands $20 Million Annually, Study Says

Website performance and IT issues cost brands roughly $20 million annually -- about $1.5 million due to slowdowns and $18.5 million due to general site issues -- for those analyzed in the study. The data estimates an increase of more than 13% in their annual revenue by resolving the problems that are missed today.
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