Top 10 Reasons People Leave Your Website

Top 10 Reasons People Leave Your Website Infographic created by Enfuzed

You may remember our post awhile back on top 10 reasons why people leave your website listing common reasons you lose traffic. I decided to take that information and create an Infographic out of it. The reason you may be losing traffic is more than likely a cause of one of these things listed in this Infographic which covers everything from a slow loading website, to poor design and content.

If you would like a more in depth explanation on any of the following reasons visit the full article on Top 10 Reason People Leave Your Website. If you decide to show this Infographic on your website or blog please make sure you credit us with a link back to this page.

Created by Enfuzed

Top 10 Reasons People Leave Your Website Infographic created by Enfuzed

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9 Responses to Top 10 Reasons People Leave Your Website

  1. kadeshweb says:

    I like your blogs and l am totally agree with on the basis of Poor web Design.
    Thanks for the post.

  2. I certainly agree with all the reasons. I particularly hate when a page takes forever to load up. I can’t tell you how many times I have left a site for that reason, as well as poor writing skills.

  3. jhon says:

    Mostly some of the sites are very slow, at the time i leave the particular site.

  4. Deepu S K says:

    Is it necessary all the websites has to be in 100 % responsive rather compatible to all mediums?

  5. Richard Parker says:

    Ironically, you misspelled “grammar” in the Poor Content part.

    • Enfuzed says:

      We appreciate you pointing that out Richard, another reason to proof read proof read proof read! We fixed the error.

  6. Two of my pet peeves are
    1) sites with search engines that can’t find the site’s own content, and
    2) sites that require you to register with them before they show you any content (or to browse products buy a single item).