How your Slow Website Burns a Hole in your Pocket (Infographic)

A mammoth 16% hit to your customer satisfaction rate is supplicating, to say the least. Consider an example of an eCommerce start-up that usually sprouts with a handful of employees or the founding members; every single penny spent would be with a view to generating desired value to its business.

A wonderful team of technicians and top brains is the driving force towards putting together that unique product arising from a novel idea. The process that follows afterward and which largely typifies the success of the business is not easy to execute. The first step is to find a reliable web hosting provider which should be carefully done to avoid any disaster in the initial phase.

The website runs the entire business and if it performs poorly, the products would not be seen, shopping carts would remain empty and the transactions would not happen. Meaning lesser sales at a time when the business has not even taken off. The user experience is awful and the expected traffic doesn’t turn up.

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All great ideas that transform into successful businesses have a common attribute that they offer best of services and delivery. The website is where the prospect is introduced with the commodity, so imagine if the website is taking more time to load, how many of them would wait for the page to show up?

With the help of this visual diagram below, the upshots of a slow website can easily be understood which unpredictably divulges more unfavorable than what the business owners think.

A cautious decision-making at the time of setting up the website is half the job done. Do the rest by deploying persistent system checks and time to time analysis of customer feedback on the website experience.

Undeniably, a good performing website has a lot of stakeholders at the end of the day as it signifies the foundation of a strong and successful venture in the long run.

How your Slow Website Burns a Hole in your Pocket (Infographic)


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