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Series A | Alive

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$1.36M | 1 yr ago

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About RapidSpike

RapidSpike offers a service to ensure the safety and smooth running of customers’ digital platforms.

Headquarters Location

32 Park Cross Street

Leeds, England, LS1 2QH,

United Kingdom

+44 (0)113 433 2610

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Latest RapidSpike News

Serbia tops World Cup of websites

Dec 1, 2022

December 1, 2022 If the World Cup was decided on teams’ website performance, Serbia would be lifting the trophy for the 2022 tournament. That’s the findings of the Web Vitals Index – a league table powered by next-generation website monitoring specialist, RapidSpike. The list triangulates a range of metrics including Google’s Core Web Vitals three-pronged user experience benchmark*, as well as website performance over time, accessibility, page structure and reliability. And with a score of 80 considered to be good, Serbia tallied 89.2 overall. Results included 99.96% website uptime, a 92% for code best practice and 92% SEO performance. While it was top spot for Serbia, strong performances were also recorded from World Cup hosts Qatar (5th) and their neighbours Saudi Arabia (10th), with Europe otherwise dominating the standings. Denmark, Netherlands, Poland, Germany, France and Croatia all feature in the leading 10 – as well as Senegal in 7th. There is work to be done for many of the competition’s big hitters, with teams like Spain and Brazil missing out on a top-flight finish, and England’s score of only 53.1 meaning they did not even appear in the top 25. Wales finished in a respectable 11th place position, with a score of 81.5. RapidSpike is a fast-growing Leeds-headquartered technology firm, which counts Tesco, Sofology, Kurt Geiger and William Hill among its customer base. The Web Vitals Index therefore ordinarily analyses the performance of UK e-commerce brands. Committed to making the web faster, safer, and easier for everyone to use, RapidSpike’s goal is to demonstrate the brands working the hardest – irrespective of size – to improve overall website performance, brand loyalty, and user experiences, for every online customer. Commenting on the one-off World Cup special, tech entrepreneur Gav Winter – founder of RapidSpike and the Web Vitals Index – said: “Usually, this league table exists to help brands benchmark themselves against competitors and take proactive steps to improve their online presence – not just for bragging rights, but to convert more customers and deliver ecommerce revenue gains. “But we’re a nation of football lovers – with some big fans among the RapidSpike team – so we couldn’t let this opportunity for a World Cup special pass.” And once again, the rankings prove that website performance doesn’t always correlate with the marketplace presence, popularity or wider commercial power of an organisation. “Serbia’s site is well designed and structured with a clear focus on performance. It’s easy to navigate with and the information is clearly presented,” concluded Gav. “Well done Serbia for winning the inaugural Website Performance World Cup!” The Web Vitals Index’s standard top 25 league of UK e-commerce brands is updated fortnightly. Currently in position 1 is pharmacy brand Weldricks with a staggeringly perfect score of 100, followed by Bathstore, BetVictor, Watchfinder and Victoriaplum.

RapidSpike Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was RapidSpike founded?

    RapidSpike was founded in 2015.

  • Where is RapidSpike's headquarters?

    RapidSpike's headquarters is located at 32 Park Cross Street, Leeds.

  • What is RapidSpike's latest funding round?

    RapidSpike's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did RapidSpike raise?

    RapidSpike raised a total of $2.65M.

  • Who are the investors of RapidSpike?

    Investors of RapidSpike include Praetura Ventures and National Cyber Security Centre.

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