Roundup: Our First Month of Performance Hacking

If you’ve read this blog more than once, you probably realized we have a lot to say about something we call “performance hacking”. We’ve been doing it long before this blog launched in late July, and the creative workarounds and lessons learned just keep coming. In case you missed an update or two (or you’re just getting started here), we’ve rounded up our best performance hacking posts so far.

Have something you’d love to see our team cover? Let us know in the comments!
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Performance Hacking in the Wild: Twitter Analytics

It’s time for another installment of Performance Hacking in the Wild, so take a step back from those process meetings and occasional setbacks to focus on what we’re all working toward.

Today’s acknowledgment goes to twitter. The social media site recently made its analytics tool—a feature introduced to a select crop of users back in July—available to everyone. In an information-hungry world, it seems like a logical step towards breaking down the details of just who’s clicking, favoriting, retweeting and generally joining the 140-character conversation. We think this decision is an exemplary approach to performance hacking in two key ways:
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