Do you have a good page speed?

Last updated by Camilla Rosa Silva [SSW] 4 months ago.See history

Page speed remains a critical element for the online user experience.

The demand for instant information has made faster loading times more crucial than ever. Users today are less patient, and if a webpage takes too long to load, they are likely to abandon it in frustration. This not only results in a lost visitor but also poses a risk to potential conversions. 👎

💡Tip: To gauge and enhance your website's performance, consider utilizing the free Google tool, PageSpeed Insights, which provides valuable insights into your URL's loading speed.

Use this free Google tool named PageSpeed Insights to test your URL. 

A website with large, uncompressed images, excessive plugins, and unoptimized code can lead to slow loading times. Visitors may encounter delays, increasing the likelihood of frustration and abandonment. This negatively impacts user experience and potential conversions.

Bad example - Things that will negatively impact the website UX

On the contrary, a well-optimized website employs techniques such as image compression, efficient coding, and minimal use of plugins. These optimizations contribute to:

  • Faster page loading
  • Enhancing user satisfaction
  • Increasing the chances of retaining visitors and conversions

Good example - Good performance will improve the website's UX

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