40% of visits will bounce off your site when its pages take more than 3 seconds to load. And 79% of shoppers said that they would abandon a website for good if they experience issues with load times. These statistics underscore the usefulness of having a fast site. These tips will set you on the appropriate path to creating a fast website:
Plugins can slow down your hosting websites speed
While plugins increase the functionality and robustness of your website, too many can impact your site’s speed. Therefore, get rid of unnecessary plugins. Audit your website to find out plugins that don’t bring value to your site and eliminate them.
Size your images before you upload them to your hosting website
While some web hosting companies are powerful enough not to be slowed down by images, it’s a good idea to size your images. It will help increase the speed of your website, especially if you’re using shared web hosting plan. Resizing images can also help with SEO. Search engines rank well-sized images higher.
Enabling browser caching can speed up your hosting websites load time
Maintain your hosting website’s code neat
Leverage Content Delivery Networks (CDN) on your hosting website
CDNs are large server networks housed all over the world. With Content Delivery Networks, visitors can access your web host servers at different locations, rather than a central location. Accessing web hosting servers from a central location can slow down your site.
There are many other ways to speed up your website, including ensuring your site’s scripts are up to date and turning on Gzip compression. Make sure to implement some all of these tips to have a fast loading website. A fast-loading site can take your business to the next level quickly.
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