Benefits of Caching in the Cloud?
Reduced Server Load = Higher Conversions, Better Rankings, Happier Visitors, Cheaper PPC costs – and More Cash in Your Pocket!
Smarter SEO, Improved Google Page Rank
Google uses page speed as a key factor in their ranking algorithm.
Faster loading pages earn higher rankings in search results, and that means more traffic!
Every time Google changes its ranking algorithm, site owners get antsy. With a faster loading site, you can breathe a little easier knowing your hard earned SEO investment in better rankings won’t get dinged for slow loading pages.
Higher Conversions, Increased Revenue
When site visitors don’t have to wait for your content to load, they stick around longer, interact with your marketing message longer, and click that Buy Now! button a whole lot more. Consider these research findings:
Mozilla’s optimized experimental variation shaved 2.2 seconds off the average page load time and increased download conversions by 15.4%!
Over half of online shoppers rank quick page loads as key to their site loyalty.
Amazon found that 1/10th of a second of load speed is worth 1% of sales!
Better Google Adwords Performance at a Reduced Cost
Are you loosing precious money every time a visitor clicks on one of your ads? Google honors speedy sites so much, that they even reward their advertisers with cheaper ad rates.
As site speed is one of the easiest ways to increase SEO, why not benefit from lower costs to you as well?
Happier Visitors, More Page Views
It just makes sense. When pages load faster, your visitors stick around longer the first time around – and chances improve that they’ll come back more often.
In fact, studies show that nearly half of all visitors expect a web page to load in two seconds or less — AND will abandon a site that takes more than three seconds to appear.
Resist traffic spikes
Every site owner gets excited when traffic pours into a site. (Who doesn’t love the “Digg Effect”, right?)
Problem is, too many visitors in too little time causes your site to crash majorly and loose potential users. With Cloudcache, you never
have to worry that being too popular has a dark downside.
Reduced Server Load, Server Spike Resistance
CloudCache extremely reduces the workload on a typical server and helps your site resist unexpected traffic spikes and server crashes. There isn’t a visitor alive who wants to be greeted with an error message where your site should be instead.