Your site speed is one of the key factors that contributes to the success of your website. Let’s reiterate that the average attention span of an average user is approximately 8 seconds, which means that you have about 3 to 4 seconds to grab their attention. But, what if your website loads longer than that? Bam! You’ve just lost a potential lead.
Month: April 2017
In this second part we will go over the most common WordPress problems I’ve seen from our customers and how to fix them!
WordPress has been marketed as being easy-to-use and learn. And in many ways, it is! Though having worked with WordPress themes for many years now, I’ve seen a pattern of common challenges and problems people encounter. Now working on the Support Team at Artbees, I see firsthand every day what roadblocks you, our customers, are facing and I'm here to help!
They say that something like 80% of software and web design projects fail. If you said you'd be done in 3 weeks and 6 weeks later you're still working on the project, you've failed to meet your obligations.
When it comes to grabbing your viewer’s attention, the visual design of your WordPress website is arguably more influential than the written content or the service itself. You want it to be love at first sight for everyone that lands on your page, otherwise you’ll lose a lot of leads.
In the last blog post on SaaS, we started a conversation with Mario Peshev, the CEO of Devrix, a company that along with many other services and products, creates SaaS powered by WordPress. There, he explained to us the benefits and challenges of WordPress-based SaaS not only from a business standpoint, but from the customer’s perspective as well.