What Do I do If my website's loading speed is very bad!

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Re: What Do I do If my website's loading speed is very bad!
« Reply #20 on: 11-03-2020, 00:48:24 »
When your website's loading speed is slow, your page times can affect your metrics every time.

Gone are the days of dial-up Internet when the average load time for a page was eight seconds. It may not sound like much, but for visitors to your site, it can feel like always.

Consider the age where our time and attention are limited, users are less likely to bounce off fast-loading websites. It doesn't matter what kind of content your website presents - eCommerce, Information, SaaS, etc. Its success depends on the speed of the site.

In this article, we show you how to tell if your website is too slow.

Why should you care about fast website loading?
The speed of the site makes a difference because the faster the website the more money you get.

As mobile technology and Internet connectivity improve, the average person browsing the Internet has high expectations of speed.

A note about US VS Global Site Speed
If the majority of your prospects and customers live in the United States (excluding Hawaii and Alaska), load times will usually be constant. However, it can affect a lot of people's load times, including their connection speed (cable, mobile data, fiber optics, etc.), distance from servers, your hosting capacity, and more. For small businesses, it is important to thoroughly review the details of your hosting situation, such as location. Here is a list of hosting solutions for small businesses that can help you get started.

More importantly, the speed of your site will vary around the world. If you are in the United States and serving people all over the world, you need to understand that the time of their load, depending on the location, will be much longer than what you see at home.

Think often about many parts of Africa and Asia. In many of these places the Internet is scarce and a large number of users are accessing the web through their mobile devices. If you've ever spent an extension in an area with less than ideal data coverage, you've probably noticed that download speeds are far from consistent.

And if you're in China, a great firewall can quickly put a lot of pressure on you.

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Re: What Do I do If my website's loading speed is very bad!
« Reply #21 on: 11-06-2020, 01:41:49 »
Where you checked the page speed, you will get the tips also about how to improve the page speed!
You can use gtmetrix


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