Any time you type a keyword or key phrase into Google, Yahoo, Bing or another search engine, you are inundated with a litany of web results to sort through and click at your leisure. If you’re like most people, your eyes are drawn to the first few results on the page – an instinctual response which equates placement on the search result page to relevance and quality.
As a society, how emotionally connected are we to the speed of our internet connection? How does slow internet performance interfere with your day? How much patience do you exert before you become frustrated with your device or service accessing the internet?
Think about your last handful of times accessing the Internet, be it on a desktop, laptop or mobile device. Not counting trips to your social media apps and feeds (Facebook, Twitter, etc.),