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02/28/2017 | Author: Editorial Staff

Did you know that visitors are five times more likely to leave a website if it’s not mobile friendly and half will move on if pages don’t load within three seconds? Google has done the research to learn what turns website visitors away and provides a tool for you to measure your own site against best practices: testmysite.thinkwithgoogle.com. Enter your website’s address to get a score for multiple aspects of design and performance. If you need to improve, Google will email you a report with fixes specific to you.

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Bill Price on 03/03/2017

Ward, I was using my Chrome Browser,  maybe that is why it wouldn’t work before for me. It does now and thanks for fixing it so quick. I do get an error when I try one of my websites. That I am sure that is a Google problem.
http://www.texasmcerealestatetraining.com/

Ward Lowe on 03/03/2017

Thanks, Bill. I corrected the link.
-Ward Lowe, TAR staff

Bill Price on 03/03/2017

I could only get this website address to work by using https:// in front of it.


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