Here’s a simple task.
Visit Google’s Pagespeed Insights and drop your URL in.
You’re probably scoring below 50 on desktop and below 20 on mobile.
This directly affects your search ranking and level of participation. The longer a page takes to load, the more likely someone will bounce before it does.
Given how much of our traffic comes via search, it’s remarkable how little we do to improve our rankings at times.
Now you know the issue, you can find a developer (or your web team) to fix them.