So you’ve adapted to the most recent Google algorithm changes in your web development strategies, and your website is starting to get more visits. Despite this, however, you don’t seem to be making much progress in sales conversions. One of these could be the reasons:
Too Many Images
While images play a major role in conveying a clear and concise message to your audience, they may also cause distraction if they overwhelm your webpages. Limit the number of images you want to post in each page, and maintain a good image-text balance. Not only will image overload cause distraction, but it will also make your website look unprofessional, a characteristic most serious internet users avoid.
You may be confident that your website will get more traffic just because it is highly navigable from a computer. However, you should know that more and more people are now browsing the Internet through their mobile devices. Your website might not work as effectively on a mobile as it is on a PC. You must make sure that your website is responsive to provide good browsing experience regardless of the platform.
The average time for a visitor to consider moving to another website when the page loads is four seconds. You must design your webpages to be light enough to load quickly. Images must be of good resolution but not too heavy to slow down transition.