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If you have a website, looking for ways to improve it, get better ROI (return on investment) from your digital marketing strategy and get more from it, then you have come to the right place.
UX (User Experience) has become increasingly important in the effectiveness of any website digital marketing and understanding useful facts and stats will help you to make improvements to your own website.
So, this infographic of 15 Website and UX Stats of 2019 will be extremely useful to you.
One stat to point out is that you only have 10 seconds on average to impress your website’s visitors. In that short space of time you need to have done enough to impress them so much that they will want to do business with you.
So, think hard about the content that you have at the top section of your website and also consider how long it takes for your pages to load. If you have slow loading pages, then you have even less time to impress your website’s visitors!
That is not the only problem regarding slowness, as slow image loading times can cause 39% of users to abandon your website. This is one of the biggest concerns with UX, so getting images and pages loading quickly is a big factor in having a good website.
2 out of 3 minutes spent online are via mobile, so any website that isn’t particularly mobile friendly is going to suffer.
Mobile users that find websites difficult to use will react by going to other business’ websites instead and buying from them after getting frustrated with your website.
Video content is 53 times more likely to reach the first page of Google, so if you are looking to give your traffic a real boost, video content is a channel that you should be investing in.
In the future, video content is predicted to become even more popular, so don’t miss a trick with video content on your website.
15 UX and Website Stats to Help Boost Your Digital Marketing Strategy
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About The Author.
Jann is an experienced content writer, with a First Class Hons Degree in Multimedia Journalism. She currently works for UK Web Host Review, providing content on SEO, web hosting, web performance, UX, web security, web design, and much more.