I recently noticed how slow my website was loading, just before I was about to share it with a potential business investor and decided to perform a website speed test (https://tools.pingdom.com). The over all rating it received was a C. Only faster than about 28% of all websites out there. So my website is SLOWER than 72% of all websites. WTH!
Here are some of the issues it pointed out as reason for it being slow, apparently the worst ones:
Parallelize downloads across hostnames (not utilizing) Grade: 0/F
Leverage browser caching (bunch of things can be improved) Grade: 39/F
Weebly, Please improve the poor load performance of our websites due to site editor issues. Again, I noticed how slow it was loading, which prompted me to find out what the hell the problem was and run a load test on my site. I have had multiple issues with how slow my website loads after switching to weebly and I have reported it before, with zero customer service or care from Weebly. Please update what can be updated to improve the load time.
I would really-really like to export all my statistics of unique visitors and page views from day one of the site. I am big on statistics and analytics. It would also be great to export referring sites and search terms. I have agreements with other sites for incentives for referrals and I have to manually catch them every month.
In relation to the statistics, it would be nice to have a cumulative to date web site hit counter.
There should be more detailed information on who looked up your webstie ! for bussiness use ! if some looked up ur web from face who , if someone log in from google who ! its good for security and business ! i had funny fealing someone it try to hack my detailes i want to know who ! some one visited my web from domainsigma.com which is search engine for website details ! why would someone search for my website ! i think there should be tools for more deteails information on who logs into your web ! there are webstite but weebly should have tools for there customers!
on 04-11-201608:46 AM - last edited on 04-19-201602:31 PM by Erin
I am hoping for a feature that monitors shopping carts. Often customers will add products to the shopping cart but can abandon the site before finalising the purchase. It would be great to know which products/how often a product is put in a shopping cart and abandoned.
This will help businesses understand their customers and products more
on 07-14-201605:41 PM - last edited on 08-04-201607:12 PM by Queso
Just a simple suggestion. I would like the ability to sort my client list so that the sites currently online can be moved to the bottom and the sites that I am actively building can be moved to the top. Organization just makes life easier for everyone!
on 06-07-201601:23 PM - last edited on 06-08-201602:28 PM by NickyLimes
I would really like to know which photos and videos are being click on. From knowing these stats, I can see which photos and videos my customers respond to and want to see and which ones need to be deleted or changed.
I'm very invested in time/energy/detail (thousands of hours) into my Weebly site. My business is scaling to the point that I need to hand off some of my marketing to a professional online marketing company.
As I've started talking with prospective online marketing companies, they routinely push back when they hear I have a Weebly site because of difficulties in integrating page-specific events via Google TagManager.
Does Weebly have a response to that challenge? I know that I can paste in Google TagManager script into the Footer code both globallly and on a page-specfic basis. However, my needs now require that my Weebly site support more page-specific actions (e.g., clicking on a button to fire a Google TagManager conversion event). If I am to continue using Weebly, my website requires more support for regarding specific events on a particular page that map to Google TagManager events.
I would appreciate hearing back from Weebly regarding their plans to support Google TagManager capabilities for businesses like mine that need to scale while retaining their deep investment in their Weebly-created website.
Hey everyone, I think it would be a good idea to introduce a feature that customers are able to run reports regarding coupons and discounts so we can see monthly what is working for us and what it isn't.