Research has shown that if a web page takes longer than eight seconds to load, a web user will move on to something else. That's a tough deadline for a website to meet, and most fail miserably.
There are lots of ways to decrease the time it takes for a website to load. Compressing/combining large image files is a good start, and it's something you can even do yourself if you want to. More important is the use of efficient web code.
At WebMark Designs we hand code all of our custom websites in HTML. That means they are as fast as they can possibly be.
If you want a quick new site, or if your current site is so slow that your customers are giving up in droaves, then talk to us about our Web Site Optimization services.