Load Speed

  • How to Crush Your Bounce Rate

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    David Leonhardt/ Growmapin How To's- 13 readers -
  • 12 Factors Impacting Your Website Load Speed

    … for any company, so let’s walk through how pages load and where the roadblocks might be. Domain Resolution – When a page is requested, the domain is resolved through a name server. That request is almost instantaneous, but you can always shave a little off the request time by utilizing a managed DNS service. Load Balancing – Technology exists…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Social- 18 readers -
  • Facebook’s Instant Articles Satisfy the Need for Speed (Report)

    …, with the exception of four thumbnails and a banner image. Since we tested through a backbone-based WiFi network in order to use a proxy for sniffing the traffic, it is unclear if any of this traffic is reduced using network aware development, so there may be a chance that Facebook sends less content on the wire for third-generation and fourth-generation…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 19 readers -
  • Does a Dedicated Server Help with Increasing Site Speed?

    … be significant site speed increase when you switch on to a Dedicated server. When I looked into the prices of a managed dedicated server, I was taken aback. I didn’t have the money then. So I went ahead and pooled some funds to be able to test out my website’s load speed if it ran on a dedicated server. After purchasing a dedicated server, I…

    SEO Hacker Blog- 14 readers -
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