Want To Make More Money Blogging?

Website Performance & Traffic: How To Improve

Blogging is a time-consuming business, and if you are reading this I'm guessing you would like to turn a profit for your efforts.

So looking into how to improve website performance should be something at the front of your mind when first setting your website up.

If you are a veteran in the blogging world, some of the points on the infographic below might seem obvious. But they bear mentioning for those who are new to this world as simple mistakes can make all the difference when it comes to the search engines smiling down on your site and sending you visitors, or simply ignoring your hard efforts.

Be sure to check out the "test your site" sections, you might just uncover a problem with your website that you were not aware of!

10 Seo Design Mistakes (That Will Cripple Your Business)
Infographic courtesy of NoHatDigital.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

53 comments on “Website Performance & Traffic: How To Improve”

  1. Thank you! Extremely helpful and easy to follow! Get 20X Faster Web hosting with Free SSL & SSD at 53% discount. So Why late?

    You don't like slow websites. Neither do your visitors. If your site is slow, your visitors will just find another site to buy from or get their information from. That's why your site will be hosted on our exclusive SwiftServer platform. The bottom line is we're faster than the competition.

    Buy now: https://goo.gl/WKrqVq

  2. Hey Chris!

    These are important points to improve one's website. Starting from the design of your website and the loading speed. These two alone are critical to the success of the website on the internet.

    If someone plans to build a real business online and they start with a website or blog site it is important to work on all of these factors and more. You can't just have an idea, build a website, and expect results to roll in online. There is a lot of work that goes behind building a successful online business.

    Thank you for sharing these important tips!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 😀

      1. Hey Chris!

        I'm a web designer. I'm always running tests on my blogs! 😉

        Thanks for asking!

        Have a wonderful week!

  3. Yeah CHRIS NAISH! I am totally agree with your words that in the present time for website improvement the infographics is very important for the performance and traffice. Nice information thanks.

  4. Hi Sue,

    When it comes to SEO we have to do many things to make the site better. A webmaster should focus on improving user experience also. Clean design, fast loading site, reliable hosting, proper use of metadata are some of the things that makes it user friendly.

    SEO is a vast thing and improving the design and website performance is really something that a blogger should think about seriously.

    Infographics are a great way to make people understand things easily. This is a valuable inrographic.

    Thanks for sharing.

  5. I have read your article it's very informative. But I have followed almost all the step that you have shown on the blog like how to do properly on page SEO. But still my website i not ranking in the google don't know why.

    1. Hi there,

      It isn't just about the on-site stuff, although that is a large part of it. you also need to look at getting quality links to your site. Hope that helps.

  6. Hey,

    I'm not into the SEO very much. As a newbie blogger, I learned a lot from this infographic. Sometimes, very simple and necessary optimizations could do real magic.

    Thank you very much for sharing this with us.

  7. Thanks Chris

    As a blogger with a new site that is still in progress, i appreciate the information presented in this post.

    It is good to know that if i should run into problems in the future, i should not look at just one aspect, but realize that it could be a combination of issues causing problems on my site.

    The use of the infographic also makes the information easier to read and understand

  8. Hi Chris,

    When it comes to SEO for a blog, it is really a daunting task to find the problematic areas. This infographic was so informative and helps us to create a sequence of process on SEO approach.

    Anyone can start a blog with just clicks, but optimization chapter is the most frustrating task in setting your blog to run.

    But one thing to consider was Good Layout, Fast Server Response, Responsive Layout, and Friendly Navigation. To the last, quality content with proper keyword research.

    All these points are pinpointed in your informative infographic. Thanks for the presentation.

  9. Hello Chris,

    Wonderful and informative infographic. Blogging is really a time-consuming business. We have to be persistent and patient with our blogs. Creating quality and driving traffic is very important to become a successful blogger. Thanks a lot for all this.

    Have a Great Day 🙂

    Vishwajeet

  10. Hi Chris,

    Very useful infographic. It lists all the important points in an easy to understand and implement manner. It is really a help that the points have been presented in this format. It is also interesting.

    Testing a site is really a necessity. It almost always reveals problems which we could not have located otherwise. We cannot over emphasize the importance of testing a site.

    Thanks for sharing the valuable tips with us. Have a great day!

    -Naveen

    1. Thanks Naveen!

      Yes, and testing is not a one and done thing. have to keep an eye on things periodically also.

  11. Hi Chris,

    With Google's constant change in its search engine algorithm, many are perplex as to how best to optimize their sites for better performance. For me, it all starts with your site design and layout, that's why I can't agree any less with Freddy. Choose a remarkable theme with great design and layout, and also improve site speed.

    More is that, Google now prefer mobile-friendly websites, so it is even more important to ensure your site is mobile responsive. These basic steps will definitely improved your site performance.

    Thank you for sharing this insightful post.

    1. Thanks for reading Moss.

      A premium theme is definitely worth investing in as it takes a lot of the problems off your hands for sure.

  12. Great Infographic Chris! Thank you for sharing these helpful tips! I'm busy trying to improve my seo and learning as much as I can. There's so much to learn and it can get overwhelming but I know it will be worth it in the end. 🙂

    1. Hey Lorenza, thanks for reading.

      Yes, there is a lot to learn. I don't think that ever really stops, however. (Keeps life interesting huh? 🙂 )

  13. This article needs some applause for presenting the beautiful infographic containing all the best ways to improve website performance. In this article i love to mention the two thing which impressed me.

    1. Sales page: Yes i missed lots of leads because not showing the visitors the place to buy it.

    2. Bad hosting: Beginning i used some free host which totally ruined my website performance by loading lot's of resources on a single server.

    Again thanks for the helpful article.

  14. Thank you, Chris, for this amazing infographic. It was so informative and to the point. My website also needs some optimization to be done.

  15. Good one, Chris.

    If we fail to make our site easy to navigate, we've failed in the number strategy for making money online.

    But there's an area I'm missing. It's hard to local my sales page. You have to go through my funnel to arrive at my sales.

    What do you think? Is it a nice idea?

    Thanks.

    Emenike

  16. Hi,

    I must say an awesome infographic 🙂

    I was also trying to create such infographic, may I ask you which tool did you used to create it? I use Canva but never made something awesome like this.

    Thanks,

    Mohan Das

    1. Hey Mohan,

      I just outsource it, buddy, my design skills are not awful, but... best left to those with experience.

      That said I got a subscription to Easel.ly recently so I might try my hand at some stuff soon. 😉

  17. Hi,

    Nice infographic and helpful to have various site responsiveness elements together. And the next challenge is yet to come, mobile responsiveness for our sites.

    1. I think that challenge is already here, jury is still out on whether it's worth adding AMP to your site though. Best to stick with responsive for the time being is my thinking.

  18. Thank You Chris Naish,I think i am late to this site found that i can learn a lot about blogging from here.Thanks again for the article and the info graphic help us to understand the way easily.

  19. Great post Chris,

    Blog traffic is one thing every webmaster wants in a large quantity, and most times, it’s seen as the most difficult side of building a successful blog. However, there are various little things that if properly taken into consideration, will boost your traffic beyond your imagination.

    One those things is to increase the perceived value of your blog, and make it to be very user-friendly. This is because if you don’t give your users an awesome experience on their first visit, there is a very big possibility that they won’t visit again. And remember, we all want those returning visitors, they’ll definitely make the search engines to know that we’re really providing value on our blog.

    The infographic here already highlighted all the important things to pay attention to in order to enhance a blogs usability. And from experience, one of the most critical things to work on is a blog’s loading speed. If your blog delays to load even for a seconds, it’ll instantly turn your visitors off and also affect your search ranking.

    Furthermore, it’s also important to ensure your blog is very responsive as the infographic also stated. If all the tips mentioned here are well implemented, there’s no iota of doubt that your blog will become successful.

  20. Hi Chris, another fantastic topic which I always love.

    Your website speed and performance is what makes or breaks your blogging success and Google started giving more importance to faster loading websites.

    If you are running a wordpress blog it's really easy to increase website speed and performance at the same time it's also easy for you to install unwanted plugins and themes that can only degrade your overall website performance.

    So make sure to install only essential plugins that don't affect your website speed or loading times. Also put a limit on your plugins usage I highly recommend you to keep them under 15 plugins or less so you can reduce the burden on your hosting.

    When it comes to increasing your website performance and speed your website hosting plays a huge role. Ever since I moved my site from shared hosting to manage to dedicated hosting my site speed skyrocketed. It's now taking no longer than 2 seconds to load.

    Thanks so much for this post Chris, great infographic. Keep rocking.

  21. Hi...Thanks for this wonderful article on how to improve traffic and website performance. Slow loading is one of the biggest reason why a visitor will leave your website quickly. So we should avoid all unnecessary plugins which will slow down the speed of the website.

  22. It’s really awesome information. Now a day’s digital marketing is booming for all industry. Digital marketing is the service of promoting the products and brands in the world of Internet Marketing to reach customers.

  23. I've experienced, first hand, how slow loading reduced traffic. This happened on an e-commerce site I was managing. I had to apply some strategy to increase the speed on Gmetrix.

Get the strategy to take your blog to consistent $1K months with your free guide:

"THE 5 STEP BLUEPRINT TO YOUR FIRST $1K FROM BLOGGING"

PINTERESTFACEBOOKTWITTER
Copyright 2013 - 2018 @ Successful Blogging