Slow page loads are affected by where the site is hosted, but also by the content on the website itself. A page can take longer to load if it has large, non-optimized images, or old pieces of code left over from CRMs and other applications that at one time were used with the site, but are no longer.
A slow page load impacts SEO as Search Engines look at user experience when ranking. A clean and well organized web page is much easier to find and index. Cleaning up your web pages not only helps to improve SEO, but it gives your site a better overall user experience.
In this week’s video tip, I explain page load time and its impact on your site’s Search Engine Optimization.
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