11 tips for optimizing your WordPress website in 2017

Page speed can break or make your website performance. Don’t agree? Kissmetrics reported that 40% of visitors would exit a website that took more than 3 seconds to load. Moreover, 1 second in delay can result in a reduction of 7% for conversion rate. Having a fast website does not only help with better user experience and conversion but also SEO ranking. Here is a list of 11 things that you can do to optimise your website speed today. 1.Always use…

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Usability mistakes that E-commerce websites make that reduce their conversion rate

Poor user experience is a no-no for any web pages, especially e-commerce sites that can cash in hundred of thousands of dollars per day. The different between a great e-commerce site and a mediocre one is not limited in their product quality, marketing effort, customer service but also in web experience. Any e-commerce site can hone their products and marketing effort to a maximum but would still fail to convert if their websites discourage the customers from buying. For an…

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Why not having a responsive website might mean disaster for your organic ranking in 2017

Even though we never know how much responsive design can improve our Google ranking, it is still essential for every web owners to make their site mobile friendly and compatible with all different ranges of devices. Here are some reasons why it could mean disaster for your SEO ranking if your site is not ready for the latest trends.  What is responsive design Simply put, responsive website design is the act of making a website reformats itself depending on the screen size…

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How slow page speed can affect your SEO?

Page speed means the time that your page takes to completely load all of its content. There are many factors that affect website speed such as hosting, design, file sizes. Page loading speed does not only matter to Google but also web users. A Slow Website Means Less Love From Google It has been 7 years since Google announced that page speed is official a ranking signal and it has been ever since. Long gone is the time when you can…

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