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1300% increase in website speed and 100% more enquiries

By Istvan Bujdoso | ARCHIVED

Mar 17

This is a case study of how we increased the website speed of http://taxtwerk.com by 1300% that resulted in 100% jump in the number of enquiries they get. Curious? Read further! 🙂

Website Speed Audit

 

Tax Twerk asked us to make their website ready. The first thing we did was a Website Speed Audit: the average load time of their website was 26.12 seconds. The worst part was that the page was just loading and not showing any content at all for average 17.82 seconds. There was nothing to grab the visitor’s attention and keep them there for about 18 seconds!

What happens when a website is slow?

Researches show that slow page response time results in an increase in page abandonment. If a web page is slow visitors will leave sooner. 47% of visitors expect a web page to load in 2 seconds or less. 40% of visitors will wait no more than 3 seconds for a web page to render before leave the website.
A slow website leads to loosing potential clients: those visitors who leave because of the website is slow they may never come back or contact you, and they will probably go to your competitor and spend their money there.
Tax Twerk was loosing visitors, potential clients and money, because their website was slow.

Impact on Google

John Mueller at Google said the following about what the impact of a slow website is on Google: “We do say we have a small factor in there for pages that are really slow to load where we take that into account.”
It means if your website is slow Google ranks it a little lower.

John Mueller at Google was asked about a specific site, his reply: “We’re seeing an extremely high response-time for requests made to your site (at times, over 2 seconds to fetch a single URL). This has resulted in us severely limiting the number of URLs we’ll crawl from your site.” It means if a website is slow Google might index that site slower. And it’s bad, especially if you’re adding new content or making changes regularly. Because that new content and changes will show up in Google later and people may will find your competitors’ website with a similar content before they find yours. And the impact on your business is that you’re loosing potential customer and money.

What happens when a website is fast?

“If you can make users happy by having a really snappy and fast website that renders quickly then they are going to do lot more on your website, they are going to hang around longer just because it’s lot less involve them to try things out.” John Mueller at Google
It means if your website is fast your potential clients will spend more quality time on your website and it increases the number of them who will contact you and buy something from you.

Recap on The Issue and The Goal:

Tax Twerk were loosing money and potential clients because of their slow website.
The goal was making http://taxtwerk.com fast and making sure Tax Twerk is NOT loosing potential clients and money because of their website.

The Result

 

After 47 Links fixed http://taxtwerk.com the website became over 1300% faster! It previously loaded in about 26 seconds after us doing our magic it loaded in less than 2 seconds. Speeding up their website resulted in a 100% increase of the number of enquiries they get. Plus the bounce rate decreased, it means more potential clients stay longer to look around on their website.

Testimonial

Watch the video testimonial by Ruth Noel, the founder of Tax Twerk:

 

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Istvan Bujdoso (47istvan) - Helping entrepreneurs to automate their lead generation... 47funnelsecrets.com