Is Your Slow Website Hindering You?

Is your WordPress Site running slow? – It could potentially be hindering your business!

Your business’ website is one of your most important assets. It’s one of the easiest ways to attract many people to your business.

However, your website could be having an adverse effect on your business! A slow website can have many negative effects that impact your business. You’d be surprised of how much of a difference it can make.

We think we’ve came up with a pretty effective solution to a slow WordPress site!


Did You Know?…

Only 2 Seconds

2 second expectation graphic

The average person on the internet now expects a website page to have loaded in 2 seconds before they’ll judge it as ‘slow’. Not very long, is it?

Almost 80% Expect…

And following from that, almost 4 out of 5 people are much less likely to buy from a website again if they have a bad experience with your website being slow.

80% on not returning graphic

If you combine the two stats above, there isn’t much room with the expectations within the average person on the internet.

Easy Fix. Big Impact.

We’ve came up with an easy solution to having a slow WordPress site!

We’re calling it ‘Fast WordPress Hosting’ and it does with it says on the tin – so to speak.

The technology behind it means that a singular WordPress site can be ran very effectively.

  • It works by performing a single task very well, think of it like a ‘master of one’ rather than a ‘jack of all trades’ situation.
  • Results in an improvement in WordPress speed and performance.
  • Can be a huge difference compared to regular hosting.


A Fast WordPress Makes a Difference.

What are the benefits you get from a fast WordPress?

More People, For Longer.

More people will spend time on your site and for longer. If you consider the two negative stats mentioned above, then if you speed up your site – the opposite is true. A fast site that meets people’s expectations means that people who purchased, have a higher chance of purchasing again from you.

Increased SEO Ranking:

11% SEO graphic

Research shows that a 1 second delay in website page loading speeds can, on average, can impact your SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) results by around 11%! This can make a huge difference on how many people will find your site when searching on platforms such as Google. A high Google Ranking is typically very important as people tend to only look at results on the first few pages. The higher your ranking, the more likely you are to attract people to your site.


Increase in Sales:

7% reduction from 1 second

On average, a 1 second delay in page loading speed can decrease the revenue your website makes across the board by as much as 7%!

Needless to say, if you improve these speeds then you can potentially increase revenue by the same number, 7%. This won’t be an instant change by any means but will contribute to the long-term growth of your business!


Improve Your Website Speed with Little Effort!

Typically improving your website speed consists of optimising content and pages, something that can be fairly easy to do but can be tedious and take a long time. If only there was a fast AND easy solution…

There Is!

We’ve developed our ‘Fast WordPress Hosting’ package. It’s off Virtual Private Server technology and is an easy way to boost the speed of your WordPress!

We swapped our own site onto one and have experienced a 10x increase in speed. The main benefits are:

  • Easy Swap – We’ll set it up migrate your website for you! No stress for you at all.
  • Fast Website – They are made specifically for WordPress sites. So, they’re good at their jobs!
  • Inexpensive – Based on Virtualisation. Much cheaper to run compared to a physical server!

Want to Know More?

If you want to find out more about how our Fast WordPress Hosting can help speed up your website, you can go here. See how we can help you.


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