Not all websites are made the same, and the way we build websites is changing. Modern Jamstack websites are fast and secure by design, supporting a better user experience, giving you a genuine business advantage.
For every second of load time, more of your users never make it to your site with a 90% increase in bounces between 1 and 5 seconds of page load*. So whatever your website does, page speed is likely the biggest commercial advantage you can give yourself.
Jamstack websites make sub-second load times, instant browsing between pages and a native-app-like experience the new normal.
*The probability of a user bouncing (leaving your site on the first page) increases from 32% from 1 to 3 seconds and 90% from 1 to 5 seconds. https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/marketing-strategies/app-and-mobile/mobile-page-speed-new-industry-benchmarks/
**Page speed rating based on Google recommendations for First Content Paint (FCP), Server stack CMS sites (Wordpress, Joomla and Drupal) vs Jamstack sites (Netlify and Github pages) in July 2019. https://css-tricks.com/a-look-at-jamstacks-speed-by-the-numbers/
Not just one but many CMS options will allow you to publish changes to your Jamstack website. You’re not locked-in to any one service so you can switch whenever you feel like it. You can even keep your Wordpress site and go headless.
Whether your site is for, Real estate, Ecommerce, Recruitment, Financial Services, Legal Services or Marketing, a publishing platform that supports your content and is a joy to use gives your content a huge head start.
Websites or ‘Web Apps’ that behave more like native apps than websites are given first-class treatment by Google. PWAs are secure, manage offline-browsing and have all the icon assets required to be treated like an app on your device.
By taking granular control of caching, PWAs, in combination with a modern reactive platform, are able to make return visits and transitions through your website seamless. Just as you’d expect from a native app.
PWAs are liked by users because they behave more like native apps. Sites that are liked by users are liked by search engines.