People are five times more likely to leave a mobile site that isn’t mobile-friendly.
Nicely done. It looks like people visiting $sitename on their mobile phones experience a well-designed mobile site.
$sitename may be hard to use on a mobile phone. While creating a site with mobile-friendly features—like tap-friendly buttons—isn’t difficult, your current site may be preventing visitors from calling, buying, or learning more about what you offer.
YOUR MOBILE SPEED SCORE IS GOODFAIRPOOR
Nearly half of all visitors will leave a mobile site if the pages don’t load within 3 seconds.
Wow. It looks like $sitename is pretty fast on mobile phones.
It looks like $sitename is slow on mobile phones. Unfortunately, most people won’t wait very long before leaving a slow-loading site and tapping somewhere else.
YOUR DESKTOP SPEED SCORE IS GOODFAIRPOOR
9 out of 10 people say they use multiple screens for such tasks as booking a flight online or managing their personal finances.
It looks like $sitename is pretty fast on laptops and desktop computers.
It looks like $sitename is slow on laptops and desktop computers. In today’s world, people expect an instantaneous response—any delay can cause them to click to another site.
TAKE THE NEXT STEP
The world’s gone mobile. Now, it’s your turn.
Yes, your scores show that $sitename may not work really well across all devices. The good news is you have a list of specific fixes that can help your business connect with people online.