How Fast Is Your Website?
Page load speed has been a popular topic for website development since Google’s Mobilegeddon, not only because of increased demand from mobile visitors, but also because of potential lead and customer losses. While page speed affects search rankings and Facebook promotes Instant Articles, it’s clear that websites must speed up, but how fast is fast enough?
Why Page Load is Important:
For your visitors, your website must load quickly. While it may not be the solution you seek, it is the one that your website visitors will value. You may continue to improve your website and better serve your customers by tracking your bounce rate (in Google Analytics or similar metric trackers) and page load time (in Chrome Extension “Page Load Time” or more complete trackers).
GTmetrix Score of Cyberdude.co
Why Page Loading Time Is Important for SEO
Even if you know the obvious answer, it doesn’t give you a goal to strive for. Before I get into the speeds you should (and should not) aim for, there’s something you should know: page speed figures are a joke. Frequently, the same statistics are repeated and are out of date, despite the fact that technology is far from out of date; it is always developing.
What Your Page Speed Should Be
It’s all about your customer experience. Faster the website loads, faster the interaction with your website, hence better experience.
PageSpeed InSights of Cyberdude.co
Your Website Should Load Faster
To summarize everything, Your website’s page speed should be as quick as possible… without sacrificing the client experience. While Google strives for the speed of a blink, your website may require more of a breath.
Talk to us regarding your existing website load speed and how to improve your score in order to rank higher and get better customer experience.
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