Boosting Drupal Website Retention

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A recent blog post by Drupfan explores the common issues that lead users to leave a Drupal website. The article highlights five primary reasons, including slow web page loading, poor SEO optimization, lack of mobile responsiveness, absence of an HTTPS certificate, and unclear website navigation. 

Drupfan also provides tips to enhance user retention, such as improving web performance, ensuring content relevancy, and optimizing web design for better accessibility and user experience. These insights aim to help website owners reduce bounce rates and increase overall customer satisfaction.

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