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We make your site faster, optimize it for mobile, and geo-tag your site for locations!A study performed by Ericsson found that delays in loading a mobile website caused, on average, a 38 percent increase in heart rate, and an increased stress level roughly on par with watching a horror movie or answering math problems. We don't want to put anyone through that. Why Does Website Speed Matter? If concern about frustrating your users with a slow loading website isn't enough of a reason to improve speed, consider the fact that Google cares. A lot. Google acts upon what is intuitively obvious: A poor performing website results in a poor user experience, and sites with poor user experiences deserve less promotion in search results. As Internet connection speeds get faster, so too does the size of our web pages, as web developers push the envelope with more images, features, third party integrations, and code. Collectively, this means that despite advances in Internet speed many websites load slower today than ever. Page speed performance issues not only impact the satisfaction of your target users, but also the bottom line for your business. Slower sites hurt conversion rates. Consider the following research from Google on the impact of mobile page load times on bounce rates (users who leave your site after only viewing one page). As page load time increases, so do bounce rates: Measuring Page Speed with Performance Testing Tools Sometimes you just know that your site is slow and inefficient when it hangs, or you get complaints from staff or visitors on a routine basis. But if you're not sure where you stand, there are a number of free tools that make it easy to run a performance test to assess your website's speed. Some of the more popular website performance assessment tools include:
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