Knowing how to fix WooCommerce performance issues is key to your online business’ success. The snappier your ecommerce site is to your users, the better their online shopping experience. And the better their user experience, the more likely they are to place an order. All in all, this translates to more sales and profits. Hence, performance is at the core of your Woocommerce store’s success.
According to a study, 46% of users don’t revisit a poorly performing site. Hence, it’s common for ecommerce sites to miss out on potential sales due to performance issues. If you haven’t optimized your site for performance, you can lose even more during high seasonal traffic days such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
While you can use many techniques to speed up your ecommerce site, quickly solving a pressing performance issue is challenging. It requires proactive monitoring of the site’s overall environment. That’s where an application performance monitoring tool like Shajalbd APM can be super helpful.
In this article, you’ll learn about the various components of an ecommerce site, why you need an APM tool to monitor your ecommerce site’s performance, and how you can use Kinsta APM to stay on top of your WooCommerce site’s performance.
And remember, your ultimate goal is to increase your store’s revenue. So be sure to download our free ebook, 10 Ways to Boost Your WooCommerce Product Page Conversions.
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The Various Components of an Ecommerce Site
To run an ecommerce site at optimal performance, all the pieces matter. From its hosting infrastructure and ecommerce platform to its third-party integrations and the checkout process, everything counts!
Whether you’re selling craft beers or drone training courses, an ecommerce platform like WooCommerce makes it a piece of cake to quickly set up and launch an online store.
Its various extensions also make it super simple to extend the store’s functionality with many essential components.
The more links there are in a chain, the harder it is to find the defective joint when an issue arises. All this complexity can lead to increased performance and availability problems. It affects your capability to respond quickly to performance issues and fix them before they impact your customers.
The solution? Using an application performance monitoring tool.