Image Compression

The objective of image compression is to reduce irrelevance and redundancy of the image data in order to be able to store or transmit data in an efficient form.
Posts about Image Compression
  • 14 Factors Impacting Your Website Load Speed

    …. Compression – Web servers that incorporate gzip compression of web resources, images that are compressed, scripts and CSS that are minified to remove extraneous space can all have a dramatic improvement in website load speed. Lazy Loading – Why load images if the element isn’t actually visible on a page? If you notice on our site, as you scroll…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Social- 20 readers -
  • How to Speed Up Your WordPress Site

    …. You can also lazy load images so they only actually appear when the user scrolls to them within view. Caching is provided by our host, Flywheel. If your host doesn’t provide caching, there are some great plugins out there that will help you. We recommend WP Rocket for those that want to avoid all the tweaking of the other plugins out there…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Social Blogging How To's- 30 readers -
  • Content, Link and Keyword Strategies for 2016 SEO

    … I’ll be honest that the further we get from the algorithm changes of a few years ago, the less I view search engine optimization tools and services as valuable as they once were. Don’t confuse that with the importance of SEO. Organic search is still an incredibly efficient and affordable strategy for acquiring new visitors. My problem isn’t…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin SEO Content- 31 readers -
  • 12 Factors Impacting Your Website Load Speed

    … close to your server, it’s quick. If you’re across a continent, it’s slower. A CDN can download your images regionally and serve them faster to your audience. Compression – Web servers that incorporate gzip compression of web resources, images that are compressed, scripts and CSS that are minified to remove extraneous space can all have a dramatic…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Social- 23 readers -
  • 4 SEO Answers Your Development Team Needs in 2015

    … development team make an informed decision about whether or not a particular site should use HTTPS. Though HTTPS should only minimally impact page load times, your development team will have to balance security needs against image compression to ensure Google doesn’t penalize your site for slow load times. How Will We Track Results? Hopefully you’ve…

    Brittney Sheffield/ Search Engine Watchin Paid Search SEO- 3 readers -
  • Website Optimization 101

    …! provides is an image compression tool call smushit that will help you compress your images. There is also a WordPress plugin available that uses smushit to automagically reduce the file size of the images on your site. Even if you don’t know how to make fewer HTTP requests or reduce DNS lookups, using these tools you should be able to reduce image sizes on your website, so that your visitors can see your content faster. And that makes the search engines happy. …

    Jonathan Jeter/ Dex Mediain Google- 20 readers -
  • The All You Need Guide to Video Codecs and Compression [Video]

    … between kbps/kBps/Mbps/MBps.Bit Depth – What it means and why it matters.Spatial Compression and BlockingTemporal CompressionHow image compression differs from data compression You can watch the full video below. It runs for just over 43 minutes but you should emerge at the other end with a broader knowledge of this crucial aspect of video production. News & Resources for Video Codecs, Containers, Compression H/T NoFilmSchool Get daily online video news, tips and trends via email! Related…

    Carla Marshall/ ReelSEO- 39 readers -
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