Your website, accelerated.

Drive more revenue with a faster site. Request.io makes your pages load twice as fast on average without switching platforms.

Some of our customers

Improve conversion rate

For every second delay in mobile page load, conversions can fall by up to 20%.
Source: Google

Reduce bounce rate

More than half of visits are abandoned if a mobile page takes over 3 seconds to load.
Source: Google

Improve SEO

Page speed is now a landing page factor for both Google Search and Ads.
Source: Google

Implementation

  • Takes minutes to implement
  • Works with any website
  • No developers required
  • Revert back at any time
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“The implementation was quick and hasn't interrupted any of our internal development or design workflows at all."

Shuan Salim

Growth Product Manager at Amuse

Features

What is Request.io?

Request.io is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution designed to accelerate the rendering and delivery of web pages.

Who can benefit from a faster site?

Any business making any kind of transaction online can benefit from having a faster site. Verticals include e-commerce, travel, and lead generation.

Which platforms do you support? 

Our approach is platform agnostic, meaning we support any web site regardless which platform it uses or where it is hosted. We optimise and deliver the content already created by your existing system.

Request.io is thus compatible with e.g. WordPress, WooCommerce, Shopify, Webflow, Magento, PrestaShop, EpiServer, BigCommerce, etc.  

Do we need to change the way we work?

No. Your existing workflows are kept intact. Developers, marketers, and designers can keep working as they've always have. Request.io works in the background, simply making the pages load faster for your visitors.

Can't we fix this ourselves, or hire someone?

Unfortunately, making a web page load faster is much harder than it sounds. This is why most sites you visit on a daily basis is incredibly slow, especially on mobile devices.

Fixing it thus requires very specific know-how. Large corporations who understand the importance of this issue are working to fix it themselves. Amazon.com are known to have a large internal team working specifically on this topic. Most other companies are left with failed and expensive internal projects or slow sites.