There’s nothing worse than a slow loading WordPress website.
If you’re like me, when you have a question or you’re looking for something, you go to Google, and do a search for whatever it is you’re looking for.
You scan the top search results, and see if there’s anything there that matches your query.
If I don’t get the results you’re looking for, you modify your query until the search results match what you’re looking for.
When you think you’ve found what you’re looking for, you click the link that’s going satisfy your need .
Then, every once in a while, you’ll click a link and it takes forever for the website to load.
Forever, meaning 5 seconds or more. Chances are, if it takes more than 5 seconds for a page to load, you’ll go back and try another link.
Website Owner, Meet Oblivion
If you own or manage a website, that’s how it works. You’re always a click away from oblivion. Whatever you’ve got, make sure it loads fast and is user friendly.As a website owner or manager, you're a click away from oblivion. Click To Tweet
Speaking of slow loading websites, I just did a website redesign for a client. I took a bloated, slow, confusing Woocommerce website that was like playing a game of Guess Who I Am? (only not as fun), and created a sleek, streamlined, crystal-clear website that makes it easy for customers to find what they’re looking for.
What’s even better, I reduced the load time from 14 secs on the old site to less than a second on the new one.
We’re talking blazing fast performance!
Speed optimization improves the user experience and website visibility
If you want to test your website speed, go to: https://tools.pingdom.com. If it takes more than 2 seconds for your website to load, it should be fixed. And I know how to fix it.