Pronto Marketing

Load Time Plays a Large Role in Customer Site Engagement, Pronto Marketing Reports announces companies must continuously update their site to ensure it meets the needs of visitors


Seattle, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/09/2015 -- According to Econsultancy, 47 percent of individuals feel a website needs to load within two seconds. In the event the website takes longer than three seconds to load, 40 percent of visitors choose to look for the information they desire elsewhere. Companies need to be concerned about statistics such as this, due to the amount of competition now found on the Internet. As consumers can purchase from anywhere on the globe, any company with a website that fails to take consumer preferences into account is in trouble.

Pronto Marketing understands that consumer preferences change over time. When dial up Internet service was popular, individuals would wait long periods of time for a site to load. As competition increased and new ways to access the Internet emerged, consumers became less patient with long load times. Companies now must consider things such as mobile access to their site when designing a website, for the best visitor experience," Derek Brown, spokesperson for Pronto Marketing, explains.

Business owners need to keep in mind that websites have to be updated. Content must be added for the search engines, and the website must be managed. Companies need analytics to make informed decisions in a timely manner about the marketing strategy. This allows the company to ensure they are meeting their established goals for the business.

"Improvements to a website may need to be made at any time. It may be something as simple as changing a headline to better reflect the position of the company or it may be more involved. Pronto Marketing remains on call 24 hours a day, five days a week, to assist clients," Brown continues.

CPA websites and fitness studio websites vary greatly in terms of their needs. When one speaks of contractor marketing, they are referring to something completely different than marketing for a fitness or yoga studio. Sadly, many companies make use of templates for websites, leaving every site looking much like others they have worked on.

"Our company never uses a cookie cutter approach. Every site needs to reflect the individuality of the company it represents, and we offer unlimited revisions to a site design. This ensures customer satisfaction, yet we don't stop here. Engaging content remains a top priority, and clients never need to worry about downtime when using our team. These are only a few of the many reasons we have now designed more than 1,200 websites. Let us design yours today," Brown states.

About Pronto Marketing
Pronto Marketing loves to help companies succeed, working with clients to improve marketing efforts, learn the business world and how it operates or to help a community grow and thrive. Derek Brown, together with his son, founded the company in 2008 to close the gap between what is needed and what is actually performed. The company requires no long term contracts, which means they must earn a customer's business each and every month.