---- In this section we are going to look at the mechanical side of your website that needs special vigilance and how to find a good Push Response Review site. These ‘principles’ should be basic to any website and must not be overlooked. If you’re new to this or are struggling with getting a professional website up, a good place to turn to would be the folks at Expert Makeovers who do a very good job.
Your site's loading speed is important, so check your loading speed, and your links to make sure they are working and will point out graphics that need to be reduced. Speaking of graphics, this is normally the one element that causes slow loading times, so don't load your Push Response Bonus package with tons of images. If you aim to reduce the size of your graphic files without sacrificing quality, this will go a long way to improve fast loading times.
Another culprit here, also, is the wrong use of tables. If you navigate to a slow loading website, you'll often see that the entire site does not appear for 20 seconds and then... BAM... it appears all at once. This happens when you create ONE table and you put the entire salesletter in there.
What you want to do instead is break the page up in several smaller tables (at least 2-3) so that the upper table loads instantly and gives the visitor something to read while the rest of the page loads in the background. Have a look at the very site you were given as part of the master resale license you now have for this manual. You'll see this technique in use.
Technique 2: Your website should appear well on all monitor sizes and resolutions. You have to keep in mind that not every web surfer has a 21” monitor with 1024 x 768 resolution. A rule of thumb is that you should always keep the ‘little guy’ in mind. I mean those with the 12” monitors set at 640 x 480.