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Guest Blog: How Your Slow Website Burns a Hole in Your Pocket

Seldom would you come across an experience elaborating that wow realization while users’ transact on your online store, if your website speed is just okay. I wonder if you seriously consider it with a view towards business expansion in the long run.

The efforts that you put in from time to time in order to determine and appraise your business with regards to your website contribution are not enough.

All appears well if it is an absolute blend of a strong product and your standalone identity in the market. Primarily because your users don’t see an alternate to go with; however the potential to take your business and commercial rapport to the next level is not all that difficult. This is especially if you are open to invariable audits and plan of action when you realize that your website speed is not what it ideally should be.

The penalty is inclusive of subsiding traffic, low satisfaction rate, poor user experience along with a good zinger to your currency sack.  The infographic below is a clear depiction of what you actually lose and more importantly fail to yield.


This guest blog post was courtesy of John Stevens from


John is a huge fan of WordPress & design. He loves to code websites, make them visually appealing as well as improving them UX wise.

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Jonathan Kervin

Kervin Marketing

Building Engagement & Driving Sales

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