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The Need for Speed: PageSpeed and SEO (and You)

Time is money. In lots of ways. Way #1. Get fast Internet for your business.  The fastest you can possibly get. Comcast, for example, has "gaming" Internet which is incredibly fast - a lot, lot faster than AT&T universe.

Back East, they have FIBER which is even faster than Comcast.


Time is Money



PageSpeed and SEO
Time is money. Every second that you (or an employee) waits and waits and waits is time lost, money lost, effort lost.

As for your consumers, the same difference. If your website is slow, they'll leave. If your website is slow (especially) on mobile, they'll leave (and Google will hate you).

A fast Internet connection for you. A fast website for them.

The need for speed.


Check your internet speed


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