You may think the answers are obvious, and the most obvious questions include: How many people are hitting our website? How many site visitors are converting? Is the blog drawing traffic? Which pages are receiving the most traffic? These are not necessarily the most important metrics about your website, and all of these questions can…
As e-commerce continues to grow, Web performance is being thrust into the spotlight. However, new performance statistics indicate there’s significant work to do to improve overall website performance and reach industry standards.
WordPress is a great platform for easily creating websites, but it suffers from a flaw that can be fatal in today’s SEO world: It’s slow. Everyone knows it’s slow. The problem is, users are impatient, and you’ll likely lose customers when your WordPress site loads in anything more than the acceptable response time. And it gets worse: Google factors in website load time when determining search engine rankings so if your site is slow users never make it to your site at all.
Is your website speed killing your SEO efforts?
As the world’s consumers move to the web, the importance of user experience management increases. Shopping cart abandonment rates are at an all-time high, despite greater functionality and offerings of e-commerce sites. Learn how to combat growing abandonment rates and protect your online sales.