Website Speed

  • How to scale web design to improve page loading speed

    … milliseconds improvement to their website speed while Walmart, also found that every 1-second increase in page speed resulted in a 2% increase in conversions. Source The speed of your website additionally impacts your organic search rankings because Google, since 2010, has included site speed as a signal in its ranking algorithm. Basically, your web…

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  • 13 Examples of How Site Speed Impacted Business Results

    … We’ve written quite a bit about the factors that impact your website’s ability to load quickly and shared how slower speeds hurt your business. I’m honestly surprised by the number of clients we consult with that spend enormous amounts of time and energy on content marketing and promotion strategies – all while loading them on a substandard host…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin How To's- 34 readers -
  • How a CDN can be your Blog’s Secret Weapon

    … bounce rate than well-optimised ones? Attracting traffic is hard enough. Don’t make it much more difficult by making them leave out of sheer frustration. First and foremost, you can rely on a Content Delivery Network or CDN to significantly boost your website’s speed and maximize user experience. A CDN speeds up a website by leveraging multiple…

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  • SEO PowerSuite: 5 Quick Ways to Get Results for Busy Site Owners

    … on your site have no internal links pointing to them. This will essentially provide you with an actionable list of posts and pages for which you must find ways to link to from other areas of your site. Check That Your Crucial Web Pages Load Quickly Enough Website speed has a big impact on ranking for two reasons: Site speed is a ranking…

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