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A Need for Faster Page Speed

From: Mari K.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 1:54 PM

Page speed is nothing like it used to be. Time was, you could go to the kitchen for a cup of tea while waiting for a Web page to load, and the pages were just basic HTML.

Now, Web pages are super sophisticated and weighty, and the Internet tubes have expanded to carry the load – and fast. Web surfers now expect everything now and according to experts, people won’t wait more than four seconds for screen satisfaction.

Plus, Google now takes page speed into consideration when it doles out page ranks. All relevance being the same, the fastest sites are rising to the top of the SERPs.

Do you know how long your web pages take to load? Do you see a high bounce rate in your Google Analytics? And, Is your traffic lower than you expect?

You might have a need for page speed.

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