You need a faster website, says Facebook

How fast is your website?

You might think your website speed really isn't that important when it comes to your Facebook presence, but think again.

Just a few days ago Facebook released a new announcement saying, they will start prioritizing link updates that contain a link to a faster webpage.

So, example:

If you have a slower webpage, any link update you post on your Facebook Page will be shown lower down the News Feed. Your reach will decrease, and your whole Facebook performance will suffer.

But if you have a webpage that loads really fast, your link updates will appear higher up in comparison to other link updates by different companies with slower websites.

What can you do about this?

Listen to the solution and other consequences a slow webpage can have on your results here:

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