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Waiting too long for a page to load is one of the most annoying things that can happen to web users. People are gaining access to content on numerous platforms all over the world thanks to the growth of mobile devices. They expect a quick response for the content they are looking for whether they are browsing the internet at Starbucks or watching TV on their laptop.
They typically bounce when they don’t get it. The user’s experience with a slow page load can be disruptive, frustrating, and frequently they simply don’t have the time to wait.
Section.io claims that an additional five seconds of page loading time can result in a 20% increase in the “bounce rate” of your website. Whoa.
What steps do you take next, then? Get your result. Google provides a free service that allows you to find out your page speed. Google will also give you some recommendations for reducing load times on desktop and mobile devices.
Start by compressing all of your images before uploading them to your website to increase page speed. Using websites like compressor.io can help you significantly speed up each webpage you own. One of the main reasons for a slow page speed is image file size.
In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to lower the bounce rate of your website.
Barnes and Nobles is an excellent illustration of a quick load. Your local Barnes and Noble loads quickly on any device. taking extra care to load some crucial components first so that you are aware that the content is being loaded. Just take a look