DO YOU KNOW?
- 40% of people surfing the web leave a website if page takes longer than 3 seconds to load.
- Google also considers page load speed as a signal for SERP ranking?
Of course you may know these facts if you have ever come across SEO and website optimization. If you seriously want to get better rankings, boost your page load speed, and attract more visitors to your site, you are at the right place.
First of all, you can easily follow the tips we are going to share and supercharge your site, even without technical knowledge.
WHY WEBSITE LOAD SPEED IS SO IMPORTANT?
You may have read a lot of SEO strategies like most website owners around you, but don’t try new techniques as you fear that it might damage your money and time you’ve spent on making a website. But one thing you never know is that it damages your page ranks even more if you don’t do anything to optimize your site.
Thousands of new blogs and websites are created day by day. Each and every minute, the chances of a new website overtaking your website increase. So, be sure to experiment with each and every technique to ensure your top position all the time and make your website full-proof and stand out of competition.
According to Aberdeen Group, even a 1-second page load delay costs up to 11% fewer views, 7% less conversions, and 16% less customer satisfaction.
Even a half a second of delay in responsiveness may lead your business to lose hundreds of thousands of visits and purchases. So, improve your website speed now with these tricks –
If you want more search traffic everyone’s going to to tell you that you need to keep creating more and more content. But there’s already a billion blogs on the web. That’s roughly one blog for every seven people. There’s too much content! You know what you should do if you want more traffic? You rank your old content.
Getting users to visit your WooCommerce site is not enough. You also have to turn them into paying buyers. Without further ado, let’s discuss why to do it and how.
WHY TO DO IT?
Most of the online stores depend just on Google or PPC campaigns to bring traffic to their site. Well, these are not the only ways to bring traffic. In fact, your site will no longer be visible to over 75% of visitors who visit your site from online searches. Only a fraction of those who stick to it get to the shopping cart.
As a result, over 69% of carts are left empty without any single purchase. Poor design, shipping charges and complex buying procedure are some of the main reasons behind it. At the end, your WooCommerce store starts losing your potential customers just by not working on turning them into buyers.
Most of the entry-level WordPress users have problem with their contact form plugin as it doesn’t send emails and they also not get any notifications from WordPress. Here, we are going to find out how to fix this issue.
Why WordPress Not Sending Emails?
Basically, your hosting server might not be configured to use mail() function of your PHP. Even though it could work, a lot of email service providers use different tools to cut spam. Such tools detect emails from original location and this test is not cleared by most emails from WordPress. Hence, it is never even sent to the spam folder of your email. So, don’t use WordPress to send newsletters.
Here, you should use Gmail SMTP or Simple Mail Transfer Protocol to send emails. SMTP is an industry standard which uses authentication to improve the chances to deliver emails. [Continue Reading]