I'm not asking whether it's a good site or not -- how could it be, if I didn't write it for you? -- but what its performance is like. Is it slow to load? Does it have problems with certain web browsers? Occasionally you'll find that code working perfectly on, say Internet Explorer, doesn't work with Firefox. And vice-versa. Coding problems?
How should I know? Who... who cares? you ask.
Because it's important. You only have seconds -- tenths of seconds, even -- to make an impression on people who come to your site. If the site isn't working, has dead links or some old code that doesn't work and leaves the site with blank areas, you can bet your life those lovely, potential customers will click away at the drop of a pixel.
Wake up and smell the Mugicha! After reading this post you no longer have any excuses for not knowing. There's a website I often turn to when I want to see how my copywriting site is doing, performance-wise. It makes for uncomfortable reading, sometimes, because it doesn't hesitate to tell me stuff I don't particular want to hear -- the site's too heavy, too many images, too many elements, et depressing cetera. It gives very easy-to-understand advice about the size of your site and how long it'd take to load up.
I have no connection whatsoever with the owners of the site, this isn't an affiliate link, so click in confidence. Here it is:
Put in the full address of your website and check out what it says. Pretty eye-opening stuff, eh? You didn't realise it was that bad, did you?!
I'm not particularly interested in contacting the owners of the site to ask for their optimisation services, but the results I get when I check my site are very interesting. Useful, too. Oh, and completely free. Check it out.