So far on our Homestead Blog, we’ve talked a lot about how to build traffic by achieving high rankings in the search engine results pages using a process known as search engine optimization (SEO). And while these techniques are incredibly valuable in terms of your site’s long term success, there’s no arguing with the fact that SEO traffic can take a long time to materialize.
From a personal enjoyment standpoint, you know how frustrating it can be to wait around for a slow-loading website. You’ve clicked through a new page because you’re interested in the content posted there – so every second spent waiting makes you less and less interested in what the site has to offer. If it’s your site that’s slow, you could be losing tons of impatient visitors who aren’t willing to stick around and wait for your content to load!
Today, we’re going to break down the “Top 7” split tests you should perform on your website first. Hopefully, this guide will give you a concrete, actionable strategy for getting started with split testing on your site.