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    How can i optimize my website ??

    My website speed is too slow ?
    What should I do to improve speed of my website ?

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    In most case people usually have large images that they upload and on the face of it they look small but actual size is hogh. So start with optimizing th images

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    If yours is WordPress Website, then you can install plug-in to improve speed of your website. In this respect, you can use WP engine plug-in for better results.

    In another way, you should appropriately manage your site theme, images and other contents to improve site speed.

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    If you need professional and super fast web hosting service, can recommend you to compare these hosts:
    - Dreamhost.com , - Centohost.com , - Invpsus.com (all of their work is based on quality).
    Just compare their pricing, features, hosting packages and choose the best one for your needs.
    Or you can contact them directly, get all the things cleared and choose the best.

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    Remove unwanted plugins , use plugin to increase the speed

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    You need to optimize your website images, themes, content and make your website seo friendly.

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    optimize your website using below step:
    Keyword Research
    Create Great Content with Keywords in mind
    Speed it Up
    Use Landing Pages
    Update Your Page Titles

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    I always use sites like gtmetrix.com or pingdom, stuff like that to just check what can be improved. These sites also give great tips. Of course you may need to analyze deeper but it gives a good idea on what parts of the website to work on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukedawn View Post
    You need to optimize your website images, themes, content and make your website seo friendly.
    Yeah! follow this process to optimize your website to make it SERP friendly.

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    Make your URLs read well

    - Categories and site structure

    - Underscore VS hyphen

    Optimizing page titles

    - Page title length

    - How to use keywords in the page title

    - Making your page title look good in the search results

    Optimizing descriptions for a better Click Through Rate

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    Reduce redirects- Each time a page redirects to another page, your visitor faces additional time waiting for the HTTP request-response cycle to complete. For example, if your mobile redirect pattern looks like this: "example.com -> www.example.com -> m.example.com -> m.example.com/home," each of those two additional redirects makes your page load slower.
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    You need to optimize your webstie images & content. You also need to make your website SEO friendly. it's impotant for your webstie.

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    The first element of designing a successful site is understanding user intent. Understanding how your users are finding, interacting with, and purchasing on your website will allow you to develop a more user-friendly experience, eliminate unnecessary or confusing calls to action, and ultimately increase conversions.

    Following things are useful for improving your optimization:

    - Organizing Your Navigation Bar
    - Navigation Bar Do's and don'ts
    - Review your competition's website(s)
    - Analyze and study your website
    - Focusing on Keywords
    - Add new content on the website
    - Writing useful articles on other sites
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    Here some tips that I have been practiced to improve website speed. First, before doing improve your site loading, you should have your site parameter. For this, you can check it through speed test service that can found on internet. According the data you get, you can start to improve your site.

    If you have a site built Wordpress CMS, here antoher tips to improve loading speed :
    - use the light and clean theme
    - use the CDN service
    - installing caching plugin
    - don't use the large images files
    - remove unnecessary plugin
    - etc.

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    • Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN)
    • Move your website to a better host.

      There are three possible types of hosting:

      Shared hosting
      Virtual Private Servers (VPS) hosting
      Dedicated server
    • Optimize the size of images on your website.

      The best way to reduce the image size without compromising its quality is to compress images using such tools as ImageOptim, JPEGmini, or Kraken. The procedure may take a bit of time but it’s worth it. Another way to reduce the image size is to use the HTML responsive images <secret> and <size> attributes that adjust image size based on user display properties.
    • Reduce the number of plugins.

      Plugins are common components of each website. They add specific features suggested by third parties. Unfortunately, the more plugins are installed, the more resources are needed to run them. As a result, the website works slower and also security issues can appear. As time passes, the number of plugins grows, while some of them may not be used anymore. We recommend checking out all the plugins you have installed and deleting unnecessary ones. First, run the performance tests on your page to find out which plugins are slowing down your website. Not only does the website speed depend on the number of installed plugins but also on their quality. Try to avoid plugins that load a lot of scripts and styles or generate a lot of database queries. The best solution is to keep only the necessary ones and ensure that they are kept up to date.
    • Minimize the number of JavaScript and CSS files.

      If your website contains a lot of JavaScript and CSS files, it leads to a large number of HTTP requests when your website visitors want to access particular files. These requests are treated individually by visitor’s browser and slow down the website work. If you reduce the number of JavaScript and CSS files this will undoubtedly speed up your website. Try to group all JavaScript into one and also do so with all CSS files. This will reduce the overall number of HTTP requests. There are a lot of tools to minify HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files quickly. For instance, you can use WillPeavy, Script Minifier, or Grunt tools.
    • Use website caching.
    • Implement Gzip Compression.

      Gzip Compression is an effective way to reduce the size of files. It minimizes the HTTP requests and reduces the server response time. Gzip compresses the files before sending them to the browser. On the user side, a browser unzips the files and presents the contents. This method can work with all files on your website. You can enable Gzip on your website by adding some lines of the code or via a utility called gzip.
    • Database optimization in CMS.



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    Pratik

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