- Dan Crittenden
- On August 28, 2019
The latest version of Ignite is up to 7 times quicker than before, which means you’ll save tons of time and have a more productive Amazon advertising experience.
Time, believe it or not, is your most precious resource. Everyone gets the same 24 hours every day—regardless of where you live and who you are. So it’s in our best interest to make good use of the time we have.
And that’s why I want to tell you about the speedy updates Ignite has received this past month. Ignite’s charts and dashboards are now up to 7 times quicker than before. Ignite has become quicker especially since we support more sellers, marketplaces and campaigns than ever before. We’ve rebuilt Ignite’s foundation to ensure it can handle more of your Amazon data—and most importantly—do it quicker.
This new release means that you will save an average of 5 seconds of load time in your Ignite dashboards.
Fewer holdups = A better Amazon advertising experience
Ignite’s seven major charts and dashboards now load more quickly. Here’s a chart with some of the most-significant speed increases.
The Keywords tables now load dramatically quicker than before. Optimizing the Keywords table across the board was our primary priority because that’s where most of our customers do their work. This increase in speed will also make suggestions load more rapidly, too, as an added bonus.
All of this correlates to quicker decision making, faster campaign optimization, and more time to spend on other aspects of your business.
We’re continually making improvements to Ignite’s user experience based on your feedback. All of these small tweaks and updates culminate into an overall better product experience for you. Which ultimately means you can get in, do your work, and get on with your life.
Let us know what you think about Ignite’s performance updates and let us know what you’d like to see in the future in the comments section.
And if you’re ready to take the next step with your advertising campaigns then start your free 30-day trial today.