Performance plays a major role in the success of any online venture.
Performance issues vary. At best, they create small delays that are only briefly annoying to your users.
At worst, they make your site completely inaccessible, unresponsive to user input, or both.
One notable hurdle is that mobile sites feature more functionality than ever before. So much so, that many sites now struggle to achieve a high level of performance across a variety of network conditions and devices.
Improving Performance has dramatic impact. Pinterest increased search engine traffic and sign-ups by 15% when they reduced perceived wait times by 40%.
It's not just consumer impact, it's should be a C'Level business priority too. DoubleClick by Google found 53% of mobile site visits were abandoned if a page took longer than 3 seconds to load.
Do you lose customers because of poor Mobile Site performance?