Does Your Website Load Fast Enough?

40% of people abandon a website that takes more than 3 seconds to load.

The top practices are getting over 50% of their new patients off the internet. It all starts with their website being built correctly and optimized properly. It loads very quickly on phone, ipad and tablets.

Why is this important?

Studies show that if you’re site doesn’t load in less than 4 seconds, many will leave. And for every second longer, another 7% will leave.

Studies also show that over 40% of all prospective patients are using their phone or tablet to view your site.

Here’s a random site I recently tested. See the results below:

SPEED-TESTWEB
They failed.

It took over 13 seconds to merely start displaying. Over 19 seconds to complete! 19 seconds! No one is going to wait around for that.

“But my site loads quickly when I check it?”

Just because your site loads quickly for you doesn’t mean it’s loading quickly for first time viewers. It’s called “caching”. You are viewing a cached version of it. New viewers have to wait!

Over 90% of all websites I test (of physical or occupational therapists) fail the test.

Email me if you want to know how to test the speed and performance quality of your website.

It angers me that health care offices are getting ripped off!

They are spending thousands of dollars on a website thinking that it’s going to help their business and unbeknownst to them…it’s not!  Most healthcare professionals don’t know about this techy sort of stuff so we are easy prey.

I hate it seeing my brothers and sisters getting ripped-off.

That’s why we formed our own design team who know how to do it right at an affordable price.

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About the Author James Ko

As a physical therapist in private practice, James intimately relates to his clients. Personally having worked with over 800 clinics during the past 15 years, he deeply understands what it's like to be in the trenches of US healthcare. A valuable truth he's learned during the last 15 years is that "a business doesn't become successful but rather the person does then the business follows."

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