The quick proliferation of broadband access has made us forget how long it used to take to view a webpage. Research by Google engineers found that web users have become so impatient, they will abandon a website that is only 250 milliseconds slower than a competitor. The average load time of a website in the United States is 3.5 seconds. Read the full article at EconomicTimes.com
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"Web Users Won’t Wait Milliseconds for Your Site to Load" by @ShellyPalmer
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