Website Speed

Blog & Website speed is important in many ways. But the most important in the way that 1-second delay of content can decrease your website income by 35%. Website speed is also an important factor of SEO according to google.

When someone clicks on your blog pots or pages but its taking time and before its loading, people jump over another blog. Its increases your blog bounce rate and affects your ranking in search engines.

What is an Ideal Website Speed?

There is no standard rule of page and blog speed but the best average website speed is 3 seconds or less than 3 seconds. But If your website is taking more then three seconds to load the content it means you are losing 35% of new traffic to our blog.

Another problem is that visual content takes more time on mobile than desktop and so blog mobile speed should be the focus in optimizing your blog and website.

Before jumping into the process of increasing website and blog speed, let first run and measure blog speed test.

Best 3 Free Blog and Website Speed Testing Tools;

There are different tools to calculate your blog loading time. But my recommendation will be going to check through given below three free tools.

  1. Google Pagespeed Insights
  2. GTmetrix
  3. Neil Patel Ubersuggest

8 Hacks to Improve Your blog & Website Speed

After taking the Website speed test you can easily set the target of new blog speed loading time and with using these 8 hacks you can make your website load faster than ever.

  • Using Fast Theme

Using fancy and High-resolution graphics themes gives a cool and attractive look to your blog but its take a lot of time to load and show the content and the user will leave the blog before the content shown on the blog.

Twenty Twenty, shark themes are the best example of fast loading themes.

  • Resize Images

Visual contents play important role in SEO and content quality. With infographics, photos, and videos information and ideas are easy to communicate. But Using a lot of heavy images can badly affect your blog page speed.

There are different Plugins like Imagify, WpRocket, etc. the will automatically reduce and optimize your page images as you upload the visual content on your blog. With optimizing your visual content you can easily double your blog pages speed.

  • Remove Extra Widgets

Widgets add beauty and style to your blog. But Showing abundance and extra useless widgets like Search Widgets, Latest posts, Affiliates products, Selling course and books, Recent comments, tags widgets, etc affects your blog speed and its has no direct links with SEO and ranking.

Limiting and reducing your blog side widgets can increase your performance and speed which is important for your SEO.

  • Limit Number of Ads

Visuals ads take a lot of time to load on our blog. The maximum number of ads on the page should be three or less. Showing more than three ads on your blog page will affect your content loading time and will increase your bounce rate which is an important factor in SEO ranking.

  • Upgrade Your Hosting

Using low hosting or hosting low bandwidth or keeping five websites on a single host can also affect your blog speed. For this problem, the best solution keeps the premium hosting program that will increase website speed and will double your conversion and income. The best hosting platforms are Bluehost and Namecheap.

  • Delete Extra Plugins

Plugin plays an important rule in blog optimization and operation. It adds beauty and style to a blog. But using heavy plugins and double plugins for single function can badly affect your blog pages speed

Only keep the plugins that are necessary for your content and themes optimization and avoid plugins that are of no use in the website performance.

Its the best plugin for the slow loading of visual content on your blog. This plugin will help to show other content fast and will slowly load the visual as the reader move down the page and posts.

  • Using CDN

First, what is CDN? A CDN is essentially a network of geographically dispersed servers. Each CDN node (also called Edge Servers) caches the static content of a site like the images, CSS/JS files, and other structural components. The majority of an end user’s page load time is spent on retrieving this content, and so it makes sense to provide these “building blocks” of a site in as many server nodes as possible, distributed throughout the world.

When a user requests your site, the node closest in proximity to the user will deliver the static content, ensuring the shortest distance for the data to travel (reduced latency), therefore providing the fastest site experience. _GTmetrix

CDNs not only ensure a faster experience to your users, but they also help to prevent site crashes in the event of traffic surges – CDNs help to distribute bandwidth across multiple servers, instead of allowing one server to handle all traffic.

Let me know through your comments on what other factors are necessary for website speed and fast loading.

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