Why Website Speed Is Important And How To Increase Page Speed

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Delay of a mere second of page load time (page speed) can lead up to:

If your site took even mere seconds extra to load a page, you can lose a considerable amount of potential customers or users.

11% decrease in page view 16% downgrade in customer satisfaction 7% conversion loss

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How Website Speed Optimization Affects Your Conversions

Buyers expect websites to load in less than two seconds, according to 47% of respondents. A page that takes three seconds or more will be abandoned by 40% of users. If your site takes more than three seconds to load, you’ve already lost nearly half of your visitors. That’s right, you read correctly.

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How Your Website Speed Influences Your Rankings

Now that Google considers speed when ranking sites, your load times can have an impact on how easily users can find you in the first place. This is especially true now that Google has launched its mobile-first index. So, if you want to maintain (or increase) your ranks and exposure, you need to know how to speed up your website.

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Best Seo Practices For A Better Page Speed 

Turn On Compression CSS, JavaScript, and HTML Should All Be Optimised Cut Back On Redirect Remove Javascript That Is Rendering-blocking Take Browser Caching in Use Look for Your Server Response Time Get Help From A Content Distribution Network Image Optimization

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Conclusion

If you’re having any issues with the page speed of your website, reach out to us. You can DM us right here or you can mail us at info@itsgeekynerd.com.  We will be more than happy to help you.

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