The slickest, most beautiful UI is nothing if it isn’t slick and responsive. It doesn’t matter if you run a blog, an E-Commerce site, or if you’re a multi-national conglomerate. If your site takes half a minute to load, users who otherwise might be your customers might start voting with their feet.
Research has shown that most people leave a site after 3 seconds if it takes a lot of time to load. This negatively impacts on your user experience, SEO, conversion rates, and ad revenue, among many other things.
We all want our visitors to look at as many pages as possible because it increases brand recognition and trust. In addition, more page views can result in more advertising revenue and better conversation rates.
Last week, we looked at different ways to optimize your WordPress images and reduce their impact on the speed of your mobile site. This was mostly focused on removing unnecessary images and using the right file format and size. When you have made sure your images are optimized for mobile but your site is still […]
One of the most common reasons for websites being slow is because of their images, which constitute over 60% of total page weight according to Google. Because oversized and unnecessary images slow down page load times with excess data and file requests, image optimization is an important requirement rather than a nice-to-have to keep your speed up.
In one of our previous posts, we covered 5 easy ways to speed up WordPress for mobile. Those techniques are enough to make major improvements, but there are some other advanced things you can do to optimize WordPress for mobile devices and improve your site’s performance.
You have been blogging a while. You probably invested a lot of time and money into your blog but have realised that something is still not working well: your mobile visitors are abandoning your site because it takes a long time to load.