When you first start a blog or a site, there are so many things to keep track of. What colors are you going to use? Where will you place your elements? How often are you going to share content? And really, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. So you can be forgiven for not worrying about how fast your website goes.
The thing is, though I might forgive you, the internet won’t. Consumers aren’t very forgiving. That means that every second added to load time will directly hit your bottom line.
That’s because nearly half of consumers say they expect a webpage to load in 2 seconds or less and they will abandon a site if it doesn’t load within 3 seconds. Where are they going to go? Well, chances are that’s going to be your competition.
Even more worryingly, the more fast websites are the norm, the more…
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