Monday, December 14th, 2015
Website performance plays a major role on how long users stay on your website. A slow website can infuriate your visitors from coming back to it. Many large companies, especially the huge e-commerce sites like Amazon are obsessed with making sure that their websites are available 24/7 and loading quickly. Downtime for a huge website like Amazon is estimated to cost the company $29,000 dollars per minute. In 2007, Amazon’s website went down for 2 hours which was estimated to cost the company $3.48 million dollars. Even If you are not a big company like Amazon, you should consider optimizing your site for better performance and to keep your visitors happy. If your website crashes frequently or takes 10-15+ seconds to load, you should definitely try some of our methods outlined in our website performance articles.
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