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Hey, email marketers — Take a load off and embrace automation

As far as email automation best practices go, contributor Len Shneyder outlines four you should keep in mind before putting up your feet and letting the machines take over. Len Shneyder on June 14, 2018 As email marketers continue to find themselves busier than ever with increasing responsibilities and competing priorities, efficiency is becoming a … Continue reading Hey, email marketers — Take a load off and embrace automation

3 Simple Tips to Improve Your Website Page Load Speed

Tim Asimos — December 21, 2017 Follow @timasimos — December 21, 2017 iAmMrRob / Pixabay Having a rapidly loading website is an increasingly crucial factor of both user experience (UX) and search engine optimization (SEO). Today’s user expect a website to load quickly, and those that don’t will likely experience negative consequences as a result. … Continue reading 3 Simple Tips to Improve Your Website Page Load Speed

Google AMP: Mobile Conversions, Load Times, Click-Throughs Seem To Benefit

Google AMP: Mobile Conversions, Load Times, Click-Throughs Seem To Benefit by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, October 9, 2017 Website load times increase. Conversion rates rise. Bounce rates decrease. Click-through rates jump from search to web pages. Companies have found that implementing Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) isn’t easy, but companies explain why it’s … Continue reading Google AMP: Mobile Conversions, Load Times, Click-Throughs Seem To Benefit

The non-developer’s guide to reducing WordPress load times up to 2 seconds (with data)

Wondering where to start with page speed improvements? Columnist Tom Demers shares how he tackled page speed improvements on several WordPress sites without (much) input from a developer. Tom Demers on September 28, 2017   With Google’s continued focus on user experience and engagement metrics in recent algorithm updates, it’s become even more important for … Continue reading The non-developer’s guide to reducing WordPress load times up to 2 seconds (with data)

Load time, static site generators & SEO: How we lowered our own site’s load time by 74%

Google’s upcoming transition to mobile-first indexing, combined with its raised expectation of mobile site performance, should convince site owners to consider static site generation. Contributor Chris Liversidge explains. Chris Liversidge on August 23, 2017   Google has raised the bar on site load times consistently over the last decade, and the upcoming transition to mobile-first … Continue reading Load time, static site generators & SEO: How we lowered our own site’s load time by 74%

Your Site’s Long Load Time Is Suffocating Your Facebook Ad Revenue

Amanda Oliver — June 21, 2017 — June 21, 2017 Just like in Jaws, there’s something lurking beneath the surface of your conversion rates and affecting your return on ad spend. It has nothing to do with your copy, creative, or offers but it’s turning your customers away in droves just the same. What is … Continue reading Your Site’s Long Load Time Is Suffocating Your Facebook Ad Revenue

How to Decrease Page Load Time On Your Website [Infographic]

Nadya Khoja — April 5, 2017 Follow @nadyakhoja— April 5, 2017 Having a slow-loading website can strongly harm the overall user experience, and as a result your site’s rankings in organic search. Continuously working towards improving your site’s load time should be a priority if you want to ensure that people keep coming back to … Continue reading How to Decrease Page Load Time On Your Website [Infographic]