When Do You Hit The Back Button on a Web Page?

39% of People Will Stop Engaging With a Website if Images Won’t Load or Take Too Long to Load

Statistic Info

Users are becoming more and more involved with technology every day and this has caused a need for instant gratification. They know that most sites are going to load quickly, so if they land on yours and it takes too long, they’ll just move on to the next. You want to make sure you can grab the user’s attention quickly and engage them before they have the urge to move on.

More 2018 Stats

40% of People Will Choose a Different Search Result if the First is not Mobile Friendly

More than Three-Quarters of Online Shoppers Would Like their Orders Shipped the Same Day

On Average 29% of B2B Customers are Fully Engaged

Image and Voice Activated Search May Make up 50% of all Searches by 2020

Email Was Still the Go-to Demand Gen Channel for 67% of Marketers, but Search Grew by Almost 10% from Last Year (Moving from 41% to 50%), and Online Ads Climbed 5% (Moving from 16% to 21%)

32% of Online Shoppers Own at Least One Connected Home Device

Micro-Influencers are Capable of Generating 22.2X Higher Conversion Rates than Other Types of Influencers

Some Online Shoppers Make Purchases From Social Media

61% of Companies Run Five or Fewer Landing Page Tests Per Month

$6.8 Billion Dollars Are Lost Annually as a Result of Slow-Loading Website

More Design & Development Stats

Increasing Your Website Loading Speed Can Prevent The Loss of 7% of Possible Conversions

73% of Companies are Investing in Design to Differentiate Their Brands

Small retailers may see up to 30% higher mobile conversion rates compared to large retailers.

Once Your Page Loads, Users Form An Opinion in .05 Seconds

47% of Website Visitors Check Out a Company’s Products/Services Page Before Looking at any Other Sections of the Site

47% of People Expect a Web Page to Load in 2 Seconds or Less

You Have 10 Seconds to Leave An Impression and Tell Them What They’ll Get Out of Your Website and Company. After This Time (and Oftentimes Before), They’ll Leave

Peer-Created Content is the Least Likely to be Questioned. Overwhelmed Consumers Turn to Family, Peers, and Colleagues as the Most Trustworthy Content Sources

Given 15 Minutes to Consume Content, Two-Thirds of People Would Rather Read Something Beautifully Designed Than Something Plain

$6.8 Billion Dollars Are Lost Annually as a Result of Slow-Loading Website