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website performance

Three Ways To Get Google Analytics Connected To Your WordPress Site

Google Analytics is a powerful analytics service that provides reports on website traffic, page views, bounce rate, referral sources, user behavior, website conversions and goals, and more. This information is critical to the growth and improvement of your website, your ongoing marketing strategy, and the expansion of your brand. Google Analytics is by far the […]

There Is No Special Color For WordPress Buttons That Gets Them Clicked

Every website owner, blogger, marketer, and WordPress website owner who is selling products, services, courses, or programs and building an email list cares about one thing: how to increase website conversion rates. As a result, you’ll find a huge number of blog posts, articles, and infographics touting “the best button color” and the “best call […]

Building a Dynamic Website that Accelerates Your Business

There’s a common belief that you can’t run a successful business without having a website. As this belief has taken over, the number of businesses with websites has increased every year and now about 71% of small businesses have a website, according to Clutch in 2017. However, there’s a nuance that is overlooked by many […]

Technical SEO: How to Increase Traffic to your WordPress Site

When you are building your eCommerce business and want to invest in organic traffic through search engine optimization as a growth and marketing channel, the strategies might seem overwhelming. Luckily, SEO at its core is not complicated. If you build on a platform that already takes SEO best practices into account, you can focus on […]

How To Speed Up Your WordPress Website: Make Fewer http Requests, Add Expires Headers, gzip Compression and More

Poor website performance is expensive. According to Kissmetrics, an e-commerce site making $100,000 per day can lose up to $2.5 million a year for every extra second of load time. Fortunately, learning how to speed up your website and make big performance gains doesn’t have to be complicated. The first step, covered in What You […]

What You Need to Know About Improving Website Performance

The most important feature of your client’s website isn’t what’s on it: It’s how fast it loads. We like to think of features as the ultimate factor in determining a website’s value. Fair enough, given all the time we put into building them! But, features don’t matter if they go unused. And, if a site […]