Many SEO’s will tell you that search engine optimization of your site is an art. It’s not. It’s a science. We only care about 1 audience. Google's Algorithm. Our site design and integrated application platform are designed to make your site and content the most relevant is can be while saving you costly PPC campaigns.
The answer to is your site fast enough is NO! Don't believe us? Run it through Google Pagespeed or GT Metrix. The DTS high speed platform was built for speed. In Fact, we are the only provider who guarantees speed performance in writing.
One of the factors in site speed is the design of the site (really the overall development). Many so-called “developers” will recommend frameworks such as WordPress. These are not actual developers. That's why we developed a high speed framework with what we consider a "Best of all worlds" design, with load times guaranteed under 2 seconds as our guiding principle.
There is another factor that most people forget about: Customer retention and the importance of reviews in both retention and marketing.
Did You Know? SEO Is A Science. Google, for example, uses algorithms to determine not only the most relevant sites for your search, but also which ones are fastest. It's all about getting to the most relevant content quickly. Our platform was designed from the ground up with that in mind. The most relevant content delivered super fast.
Did You Know? You lose visitors if your site loads slowly. Google lowers your search ranking if your site loads in more than 2 seconds. You lose 53% of visitors if your site takes over 3 seconds to load(1) And 74% over 5 seconds!
Did You Know? More and more users are using mobile devices. For the first time, Google tracked more searches being made via mobile devices than any other. If your web site is not designed to be responsive to smaller screens you are losing these users.
Did You Know? Your web site may not be working for you. Is your site driving business to you? Even if it is, do you know which sources are working best? Do you know if ad campaigns are turning into sales or just visitors? What about after the sale?