Mobile speed is everything!
Not only does Google love fast websites, but users do too – especially when it’s in the palm of their hand.
Every second longer your website takes to load, the higher the chance that a visitor will leave and find a different, faster website… and never. Come. Back.
Use our FREE tool below to find out how fast your website loads on mobile devices, the most popular way people are accessing the web.
Of all web traffic comes from mobile devices.
And this number continues to rise year on year. Google has recognised this shift and has started indexing pages based on their mobile version first.
Simply put, if your website doesn’t load quickly enough on mobile devices, or is more difficult to use than the desktop version of your website… then your traffic, orders, leads and enquiries will suffer.
It is a central focus of our SEO strategy to make sure your mobile speed and user experience are flawless. Test your website now, and see if it passes our Google’s test.
Slow Sites Lose Leads
From researching to making a purchase, speed is a major concern for anyone turning to their smartphone for answers.
A whopping 53% of mobile users leave a site if it is taking too long to load.
In fact, even a delay of just one second in page load time can reduce conversions by up to 7%.
You simply can’t afford to ignore the speed of your website on mobile devices.
High Bounce Rates
Slow websites result in high bounce rates – meaning users land on your website and exit almost immediately.
Google (and other search engines) see this as a user not finding the information they were looking for… even if the page does have the relevant info, nobody will know if it doesn’t load fast enough!
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Useful Guides for Mobile Optimisation
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The fact of the matter is the faster your website loads, the better experience your visitors will have on your site…