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  • 5 Proven Tips for Retaining Social Visits

    … information in one person’s timeline must have its toll! In fact, a recent study by Microsoft found that the average human attention span is now eight seconds, from about 12 seconds in the year 2000. If you’d like to retain more of your social visits, make sure your content is short, simple and easily digestible. Properly format your content…

    Inside Facebookin Social Google Facebook- 7 readers -
  • 9 Things to Note Before Launching a Facebook Coupon Offers Campaign

    … the coupon code or allow them to save it in their bookmarks tab in the Facebook application for use later on. The landing page should be optimized for smartphones, and its design should be simplified, as research indicates that about 40 percent of internet users expect websites to load in two seconds or less, and they are inclined to abandon sites…

    AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 11 readers -
  • Facebook Begins Prefetching to Improve Mobile Site Speed

    … sites before third-party site analytics have time to register a page visit. This can make it harder to track and optimize ad performance. The social network also provided the following suggestions for businesses looking to optimize their sites for mobile: Minimize landing page redirects, plugins and link shorteners. Compress files to decrease mobile…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Facebook- 12 readers -
  • 5 Landing Page Flaws That Reduce Conversions

    … everything for you. Here are some cool providers… Aweber.com MailChimp.com ConstantContact.com Give their free trial a try and work with the provider that you’re comfortable with and provides you a clean interface. 4. Loading Time Matters For you to understand how much load time matters, you need to go through a few statistics. For example…

    Rizvan Ullah/ John Chow dot Comin Blogging- 14 readers -
  • 12 Factors Impacting Your Website Load Speed

    … or commerce system to get the content. Your database indexing and hardware can impact the speed at which the content is retrieved. Page Caching – Most high-performant web servers offer the ability to bypass the request to the database and serve content from a cache. Header Requests – Within the content of a page, there are typically resources like…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Social- 19 readers -
  • WordPress Optimization: Time To First Byte

    … attention to this value can help you head off optimization issues with your scripts, code, and hosting, which you might otherwise overlook. And because a high TTFB often plays a role in a degraded website loading performance, you’ll want to get that fixed to keep Google (and your visitors!) happy! ~ Kim ~ The post WordPress Optimization: Time To First Byte appeared first on Just Ask Kim. …

    Kim Castleberry/ Just Ask Kimin SEO Blogging- 18 readers -
  • 5 Ways You Can Speed Up Your Website

    … Did you know that, according to research, 83% of users expect websites to load in 3 seconds or less, but the median load time of the top 500 eCommerce websites is 10 seconds? It’s no wonder that the Internet is full of trolls, comment spam, and generally unhappy people: everyone’s disgruntled from waiting for websites to load. Faster websites…

    Noemi Tasarra Twigg/ The Blog Herald- 15 readers -
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