Won’t return to a slow loading website.
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Expect a page to load in under two seconds
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Abandon mobile sites taking over three seconds to load.
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Increase in conversions for a 1s increase in page speed.
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Improving your website performance means...
Better SEO performance
Improved user experience
We needed a team to implement our European website working within a complex tech infrastructure. Under2 completely understood what problems needed to be solved and did so at speed, and in a highly professionally way.
Head of Marketing, Marqeta Europe
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by Darrell Wilkins on 31 Aug 2021
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