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Having a fast-loading website means more qualified leads and prospects, or increased conversions and sales.
Anyone who leverages a website for business, but doesn’t pay attention to the site’s pagespeed is better off not having a website at all. A very slow website hurts user experience and that could mean a lot of lost opportunities.
Imagine when you try to open a website, but it takes minutes to fully load the page. You simply click that “X” button and close the browser, right? If you are an E-Commerce entrepreneur running online stores, certainly you don’t want that.
The good thing is, that can be fixed!
If your website is built on WordPress, or you run an online store built with WooCommerce, this Course is for you.
In this Course, we’ll help you learn the step-by-step process in optimizing the pagespeed of your WordPress-based site, without coding.