It’s not really a smooth journey of building one of the best, optimized, and having a brilliant user-friendly website. Where poor user experience can cause high page abandonment rates, low visitor-to-lead conversion rates, poor organic search listing positions, and mainly a bad reputation, you should be aware of some important facts why do people hate your website.

Repetition of pages can be one hell of a problem, do you really need them to load 10 pages to see 10 medium-sized pictures with small captions? Or to read a Top 10 list across 10 pages when it could just as easily be displayed on one page? Bombarding visitors with tons of loading pages is a cheap trick to artificially inflate page impressions. it makes visitors know the way online ads are bought and measured is all wrong, and it’s one of the reasons why publishers are so screwed. 

One of the biggest issues is that your visitors are not really gonna stay and quickly jump back to google search might be slow loading, Don’t make them wait. It frustrates your site visitors and affects conversion rate and brand perception, especially for mobile users, who are sometimes relying on slower cellular internet connections when browsing the web. Another one can be limited optimization with mobile-friendliness, you know that you need to equip your site with a better interface for every type of audience out there, more than 40% people access globe of internet through their cell phones, forcing them to scroll from side-to-side to read the copy on a website? Or to have them pinch-to-zoom because the words or buttons on a page were way too small? These are all examples of the painful UX people can have on websites that aren’t optimized for mobile. 

Know that if you aren’t dealing with all the below mentioned things, people are more likely to skip your page and hate your website

  • Hyperlinks to other sections of the website and external websites.
  • The same format on each page, Check your website looks the same on different computers and through different browsers.
  • Good balance of content and pictures, Description behind each picture, Clear, appropriate pictures.
  • All information should download onto your website including pictures within 5 seconds or 2 clicks of the mouse.
  •  Detailed graphics, lots of pictures, and flashing images will make a website run slower. 
  • Appropriate, manageable content (remember people do not read online they only scan) Make it easy for people by using keywords, bullet points and highlight keywords, Easy to find contact details. 

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