|November 12, 2014|
|Ranking Means Nothing if Your Site Isn't Fast Enough|
|By Sarah-Hannah Bedard|
According to several studies from Kissmetrics and Linkedin the average person will abandon your website if it takes more than 3 seconds to load on their mobile device. They state that Google recommends website load times of one second or less on mobile devices.
What is the reason your website might be loading slower than other websites?
Why does a small site with less information load slower than a larger site with more information?
To understand, you must understand the critical rendering path. Google defines [...]
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I was recently riding on the Washington Metro and noticed a new station name: NoMa-Gallaudet. I had never heard of NoMa, but a quick Google search told me that it stands for "North of Massachusetts Ave"–a new trying-to-be-hip neighborhood. I thought it was a bit strange that they would change the Metro map for that, […]
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