We just went through a major website overhaul. So, please bear with us if we are missing some content... or if any of our links are broken.
Our corporate website has always been designed to be a simple and clean way to learn more about what we do. However, we are also well aware of the importance of on-page website optimization for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Google is obsessed with speed (source), and so are we. Our website is currently running on a shared web server with limited processing power. Even so, our developers are able to optimize our website to achieve loading speeds faster than virtually 100% of the other websites on the web. (Yes, website creation, design, hosting, and optimization are all services that we offer to our clients.)
We used Pingdom's website speed test, which is pretty much the standard tool in the industry for measuing website speeds. Here are the results.
The website loading speed is what really matters from the Pingdom test. The performance grade indicates that it might be possible for our website to load even faster. We have a less than perfect performance grade. That grade is showing up there for two reasons. Firstly, we didn't combine two CSS files. However, as both of these are Google Fonts, we don't really have a choice. Luckily, Google loads even faster than we do :) -- so its clearly not effecting our speed in any way. The other reason is that the Google Fonts we are using aren't being locally cached. Once again, not really an issue in our page speed.