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Speed Matters – Solutions to Boost Your Site Speed

Site Speed

In today’s rapidly expanding technology market, speed is something we have all come to expect from our devices.  If a website doesn’t load in quickly we will soon move on to another.  Not only that, we may lose trust in that brand & avoid going back again.

Despite the fact that broadband speeds are constantly improving, increased use of mobile devices to browse the internet has put more emphasis on a site’s loading speed.  For example:

60% of mobile users expect sites to be as fast, or faster on a mobile as they are on desktops.

The guys over at Single Hop have put together this very useful infographic explaining what you can do to increase your site loading speed.

Site speed can be improved with plenty of simple, easy steps & the benefits can be profound, for example a 1 second improvement could result in a 7% increase in sales.

Site Speed Facts

Improving Site Speed as Standard

Elvin Web Marketing understands the importance consumers place on site speed & the difference it can mean to your bottom line.

We optimize all of our client sites for speed as standard, we know that speed is critical to compete & keep customers engaged in your website.  Speak to us about our responsive web design service which incorporates site speed, alternatively we offer a number of white hat SEO packages which can include speed optimization of your existing site.


How does site speed affect you? Would you leave a site if it took too long to load? Would you lose trust in that business?  Let us know in the comments below..

2 thoughts on “Speed Matters – Solutions to Boost Your Site Speed”

  1. Good helpful tips, thanks for sharing this! It can be very frustrating when on a cell phone and trying to load a page! I wish all web designers would follow these tips! I know I will for my website. Thanks again 🙂

  2. I do know that page speed is something that everyone should take care of.
    I do use w3 total cache and other stuff specified above but I didn’t know that even javascript facebook share effects the page speed.
    I have recently installed a wordpress blog for my forum. So, I have bee worried about page speed for sometime now.

    Thank you for the detailed explanation. I am going to use that yoast plugin sometime soon 😀

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