Mike is a Digital Marketing professional and currently working as a PR manager at #TruConversion.com. He truly loves Online marketing and anything digital. He is very focused about who he works for. Once he starts work, he is fully committed to his duties and responsibilities at that company.
Page load time can make or break a website. A site that takes ages to load drives its visitors off, not knowingly but unknowingly.
You might use social media or other resources to push up conversion, but all efforts will end in vain if the load time isn’t up to the snuff.
Users love websites that load fast despite being laden with images and videos.
Is it possible to offer users a fast browsing experience?
Yes, it’s possible. There are tips for reducing the page load time. But before we discuss them, let’s have a full grasp of how page load time impacts conversion rate. After all, all the online activities are aimed at only one goal – conversion.
I don’t want to start with speculations. We’ll have ample time to speculate later.
This is a guest post by Mike Dane of Truconversion.com
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