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Does theme loading speed effect SEO?!
#11
Yes, loading time affects SEO directly or indirectly. It increase the Bounce rate and conversion can be decreased too!
#12
Yes! Theme loading time speed definitely effect bad for your SEO. Try to make as minimum loading time of your pages to get better results from Google.
#13
@Autofresh.in I agree if a page show slow loading then it can increase bounce rate.

@nancypearl987 "Minimum loading time" means removing all of the high quality images of a site which solely depends on images to attract it's visitors. So, how's that going to play out?
#14
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(09-21-2020, 06:48 AM)anush29 Wrote: If a site's theme is heavy and takes a lot of time to load. Does it mean that it effect the site's SEO negatively?

Many webmasters say that it has effect. But yet I see a lot of site who takes a lot of time to load still manages to rank very high.

Page speed is also important to user experience. Pages with a longer load time tend to have higher bounce rates and lower average time on page.
#15
(01-12-2021, 11:46 AM)charlesprabhu Wrote:
(09-21-2020, 06:48 AM)anush29 Wrote: If a site's theme is heavy and takes a lot of time to load. Does it mean that it effect the site's SEO negatively?

Many webmasters say that it has effect. But yet I see a lot of site who takes a lot of time to load still manages to rank very high.

Page speed is also important to user experience. Pages with a longer load time tend to have higher bounce rates and lower average time on page.

True. But in many cases page's loading speed isn't much depended on the theme. Themes usually does load fine. If it hasn't been bombarded with media and high resolution images.
#16
Obviously, it will affect, maybe your visitors couldn't like this.
#17
One of the most important things that you should know where it doesn’t matter how much time your website is taking to load because of the theme, it will not affect the SEO of your website. But since people visiting your website will not like to wait for a slow-loading website, they might close your website and this will increase your bounce rate. With increasing bounce rate, your website ranking might be affected and this means a slow loading website affects your SEO indirectly.
#18
Hi, Conclusion. As you can see, themes don't only impact the design of a website, but SEO as well. If your theme doesn't help with making your website quick for users and easy to read for search engines, it will affect you in a negative way, and can sabotage your entire campaign on the long run


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